I just love to eat Uan Sui (chinese celery) it is also know as corindor,I think...
It is very hard for me to find then in japan as I think the japanese do not like them so much .So ,when a friend of mine found the seeds sold in penang,she manage to sent some to me.

The first attempt was a failure as the seeds did not grow,so after I told my dear friend about it,she did the next best thing...that is by sending me another packet of the seeds again...hahaha..So sweet of her...kekeke...

Anyway,here are 3 photos which I would like to share with you all.
The first photo is the packet of Uan Sui seeds sold in penang .
The second and third photos is the seeds ..they are growing well...



I sincerely hope that they will grows big soon ,as summer will be finish soon.I really hope the day will come,when I could eat my Uan Sui with my hainan chicken rice...yummy..and my clear soup with many uan sui springkle on top...I just love the smell...

11 comments:

amy cheah said...

hope u can manage to eat ur own plant eh uan sui before the autumn arrives huh.

jepunlauee said...

ya..I hope so..wonder how it feels to to eat myself home grown Uan Sui..who know..maybe I will take a photo to let you see...hahaha...

aw said...

JLE,
Don't be disappointed. It's not coriander plant but Chinese "keng chai" (celery) although the leaves look similar. I had the same packet and when I grew them, they turned out to be Chinese celery!

jepunlauee said...

hahaha..don't worry..I wont be disapointed,as long as i can get that same smell..I can makan them lioa..hahahaa...

Constance Chan said...

different meh.. i try to see if got different packaging one here in sg for u too jle.. almost forgot about it...

hey can check this out and tell me what are these candy called?
http://almanacqueen.com/2008/09/08/mid-autumn-festival-mooncake-fair/

Dragon said...

i dont like uan sui. maybe because of the taste.

Jesse Tan said...

I like uan sui very much too....don't forget to invite me to eat ur hainan chicken rice....he he...

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sting said...

it does have a very distinct smell ya that is an acquired taste I suppose... but I love it too, especially in soup :-)

Princess Yoyo & family said...

Amy was telling me uan sui the other day,but i had no clue of what it is. pls share your picture of uan sui plant later okie, thank you :)

K3ViN said...

hope u can success plant it....