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♥...Fried Kway Teow...♥

I'm still in cloud nine after Rishie won the Spelling Competition last Sunday. Hahahaha! Thank U so much to ALL good-hearts for congratulating Rishie yesterday. Really appreciated. tepuktangan

Made Fried Kway Teow for dinner last night. Hubby and I are true fans of Penang Char Kway Teow (PCKT). He'll drive up to Penang just to have some PCKT at Macalister Road. We used to put up a night at Sunway Hotel, Georgetown where U can see food stalls down the aisle every night. It's a Food Heaven...I would say! Macam macam ada... sengihnampakgigi

I believe the most special ingredient in PCKT would be the chilli paste. I didn't add anything to my paste, it's just plain dried chilli paste. Hehehe... sengihnampakgigi

Okey, let's have a look at my simple Fried Kway Teow here...
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FRIED KWAY TEOW by love2cook

Ingredients :~
  • 450gm flat rice noodle
  • 4 garlic cloves ~ chopped
  • 15 pcs prawn ~ shelled
  • 3 tbsp bean sprouts
  • 2 tbsp chives ~ cut about 1.5 inches length
  • 2 tbsp dried chilli paste
  • 2 eggs
  • little water
  • 3 tbsp light soy sauce
  • 2 tbsp thick soy sauce
  • 1 tbsp sweet soy sauce
  • oil
Method :~
  1. Heat oil in wok, saute chopped garlic until fragrant. Add prawn and fry.
  2. Add chilli paste, stir awhile and put in the flat rice noodle. Stir quickly whilst adding all the ketchups.
  3. Make a well in between and break in the eggs (add little oil if needed). Scramble the egg and mix all ingredients evenly.
  4. Sprinkle some water, add bean sprouts and chives. Stir together and dish out.

* U may also add cockles.
* May have the Fried Kway Teow with some preserved green chillies in vinegar (cili jeruk)..YUMM!!! lapar

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22 comments :

  1. Wow kway teow is very tempting,my fav too.

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  2. love, just looking at the picture dah buat i terliur ..emmm nyum nyum..

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  3. I hope Rishi wins more compettition-- especially if that means such terrfic posts :)

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  4. Congrads to ur son dear.. Proud mummy!!! Kway Teow looks fantastic.. yumm.

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  5. Congrats to ur son... The kway-teow is very much inviting..

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  6. congrats rishie..
    The fied kway teow really delicious the name itself really interesting.. good one

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  7. Noodles looks irresistible, looks like the one we get in chinese restaurants, makes me hungry..

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  8. Havent heard of this dish but def looks so yum...would love to try this..

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  9. Congrats to Rishie. Your CKT look so delicious !

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  10. Kway Teow looks delicious, just by seeing the pictures makes me hungry

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  11. This looks very tempting and nice recipe.

    Bravo!! My Best wishes for Rishie, for winning the competition.

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  12. Looks delicious, Char Kway Teow is definitely an old-time-favourite!

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  13. wow!!! so yummy!!! beautiful pic...

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  14. Wow, a son like Rishie certainly will make any parent proud, won't he? Since I know that Rishie's in Smartreader Kids, I would like to ask your opinion of the kindie...how's it like? My 3yr-old son's in Sri Kenanga, just becoz it is one of the few which offers afternoon session. I'm looking for one which let kids play more than do homework.

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  15. Hi dear.. sorry for not being able to visit for quite some time... got pretty busy with things around me this 2 weeks :)

    Just read about Rishie winning the competition.. BIG CONGRATULATIONS to Rishie and of course, to Love and Hubby too... must be really proud of him :)

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  16. Premalatha ~~> Yeah, it's our fav too ya...I like it this way..;)

    blu4sky ~~> Hehe, thanks ya! :D

    Jhonny ~~> Thanks for the wishes ya! :D

    Suhaina ~~> Thanks for the wishes ya...;)

    Nitha ~~> Thanks Nitha...:)

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  17. Hamaree ~~> Thanks dear...;)

    Pranis ~~> Thanks ya Pranis...it's one of my fav chinese dish...;)

    Priya ~~> Hehehe, thanks ya Priya ...;)

    Sushma ~~> It's very famous in Malaysia dear...;)

    Sonia ~~> Thanks ya Sonia! :D

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  18. Niloufer ~~> Thanks alot ya! :D

    Jiboomba ~~> Thanks ya Sri ;)

    Kitchen flavours ~~> Yup, mine too...:)

    Sarah ~~> Thanks dear Sarah...;)

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  19. Meldylocks ~~> Hi Meldy...I'm sure U're aware the SRK centre in BBT is at a shoplot. They emphasize more on the studies than playing I guess. My son never returns home without homework everyday. But he enjoys doing it. I would suggest SRK BBT to anyone. And yeah, they do have noon sessions. U may walk-in to the centre to get better view. Lemme know how it goes...U may mention Rishie's name to the principal or teachers there. ;)

    Ijan ~~> Hi Ijan, it's okey ya! I know U're pretty busy there. Thank U so much for the wishes...he certainly made us very proud. ;)

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  20. The fried noodles look really good. You are tempting me with those close up pix.

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