Roti paratha or usually named as roti canai which normally seen at a mamak stall, can now found in supermarkets. Its so convenient.
Last weekend, I saw none other than the normal plain(kosong) roti paratha, but a stuffed roti paratha(at Jusco Supermarket). There were 2 different stuffing sold. The one I decided to purchase is stuffed with ‘tomato and onion’. While the other one is stuffed with ‘mixed vegetables’. Each packed of 4 pieces cost not more than RM4. Apparently all you need to do is just pan-fry it with a non-stick pan. Best served during tea-time. 🙂
an attractive packing
when its ready to serve
Sliced it. Ehhhh??? Macam not similar to the photo shown on pack lah. Tomato sauce too little lah…Anyhow; the roti is nice because not too thick & its crispy! Moreover the taste is good leh. *grinned*
Ohh ya, not forgetting a bowl of yummy curry to dish with it. A must have curry! (curry bought elsewhere)
The easy peasy instant food always gets the popularity as its fuss free and time saving. Yea; and its not healthy though. We used to have instant noodles with assorted flavors; instant soup; instant rice and etc….(too many to list).
Here; there’s instant udon (with kimchi flavor); my first time encountered it. Bought it from Jusco Midvalley during the Korea Fair. Another place which you could get it is at Isetan. (Spotted it last weekend). This instant udon is just similar to those instant noodles which we usually sees.
Net weight of 210g. Comes with seasoning sachets. It printed there; its 98% fat free. Wonder how true is that. Add in your desired ingredients (meat, vegetables). Cook it for less than 5 minutes.
So; what do you think? Looks tempting though??
I personally feels that its quite nice….but again; don’t eat too often. Not healthy lar…. 😉