My parents, hubster and MIL left the house at 6:30 a.m. today for the Taman Midah, Cheras wet market. My aunt (my papa’s sister) runs a vegetarian food stall at the said wet market. Today, their mission is to try my aunt’s homemade vegetarian food. My aunt has been making her own vegetarian food and selling them at a stall at the Taman Midah, Cheras wet market for over 20 years.
Our brunch today is a kaleidoscope of colour. I love all things colorful.
Mock meat rendang, which tastes as good as, if not even better than real meat. Yums, tastes like a million dollars!
Vegetarian ‘Suen Poon Chi’ or Hakka Yam Balls made by my aunt, who is a Hakka.
The chewy ‘Suen Poon Chi’ is another must-try dish at my aunt’s vegetarian stall; she doesn’t make this dish everyday though.
Vegetarian ‘Mee Siam’ and ‘Char Siew’.
‘Ka Heong Jai’, braised super smooth mushrooms with mock meat and deep fried mock goose.
Vegetarian cheong fun (with turnip and carrot strips), ‘choy po ko’ and ‘mei tau’ (black eye peas) cake. My aunt makes all the dishes herself in her humble home.
Since they were already in Cheras, at my request, the hubster used Waze to find his way to the Cute Cute Angku shop to get me more cutesy handcrafted angku 😋
Yummy pork balls noodles soup
A big portion of pork ball noodles for lunch later
My parents will be with us for another day before they return to Ipoh. I’ll definitely miss them a lot. 💔 I’m feeling disappointed that this mid-term school holidays, we are unable to make a trip back to my lovely hometown of Ipoh 😓