Vanessa gave me a big packet of pork floss she took home from her recent trip back to Taiwan. It is very delicious. The seaweed in the floss gave it a special taste too. Almost similar to those I used to buy from Wing Heong.
Meat floss is one of the very versatile food one can have at home. Roll it up in sushi & egg rolls, mix it with rice, fried rice with it and of course, the most convenient way to eat it is to enjoy it with porridge. But my favourite way to have it is on a toast.
This is what I had for breakfast today. I had some extra time to make something other than just bread & jam today because Isabelle slept in late.
1. 1 egg - beaten
2. 2 slices of bread
3. 1 pc of cheese
4. Meat floss
5. Oil or butter for frying.
1. Heat up butter or oil.
2. Arrange the cheese on the bread and topped with meat floss.
3. Slightly pinch the edges of the bread to seal it.
4. Dip bread into beaten egg.
5. Panfry in the butter/oil till it turn golden and crispy on both sides.