The mee siput resemble the sanggul siput practiced by Malay women who roll their long hair to avoid it being messy if left to flow freely. The noodle after being pressed out into circular rolls are dried in a warm room for about a day until it dries. Then only it is being packed and market.
Mee Siput can be eaten as snack just like eating those crackers or can be cooked like the normal noodle. This snack is popular among school children around Kulai Jaya and can in one way or another add some carbohydrate since the ingredient is flour.
We were given the opportunity to try out the Mee Siput and everybody puts a thumb up.