Char Kway Teow “Kwee Tiaw Goreng”

Try this homey taste of home Char Kwee Tiaw, you’ll love it. No MSG needed, the sauce used has it already by the way. Well, at least it is home made, still count a lot. It it very delicious and very addicting. Here we go!

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Ingredients:

  • 5 garlics (slice thin)
  • 1 green onion (slice thin)
  • 5 chives (cut onto sticks)
  • Bunch of Yu Choy (cut onto sticks)
  • Some fish cake/fish tofu (slice thin)
  • 1 Chinese pork sausage (Lap Cheong) (cut onto sticks)
  • 450 grams of fresh rice noodles (cut onto strips)
  • 3 tablespoon of oil
  • 10 pieces of large shrimps
  • 1 tablespoon of Pork Lard
  • 1 egg (beaten)
  • 2 tablespoon of say sauce
  • 1 tablespoon dark soy sauce
  • 3 tablespoon of sweet soy sauce
  • salt and pepper, following preference
  • handful of bean sprouts
  • 1 tea spoon of roasted sesame seeds oil

Steps:

  • Heat non stick pan on medium.
  • Pour in 3 tablespoon of oil and stir fry only some garlic and green onion until fragrant.
  • Stir fry shrimp until well cooked. Set aside.
  • Heat wok on high and stir fry garlic and green onion until fragrant.
  • Pour in the egg and cook well.
  • Put in Lap Cheong and fish cake, followed by shrimp and stir fry the meat for 1 min.
  • Put in rice noodles and stir fry for couple seconds.
  • Put in soy sauce, dark soy sauce and sweet soy sauce and stir fry until well combined and rice noodles become smoother. You can add a little water, as needed, to make the rice noodles smoother.
  • Put in Yu Choy, salt, pepper, bean sprouts and chives. Stir fry for couple minutes only.
  • Pour in roasted sesame seeds oil and mix well for seconds.
  • Serve Kway Teow immediately.
  • Pour in roasted sesame seeds oil and mix well for seconds.
  • Serve Kway Teow immediately.

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RESEP KWEETIAW GORENG SUPER WANGI:

Bahan:

  • 5 bawang putih (iris tipis)
  • 1 daun bawang (iris tipis)
  • 5 kucai (potong korek)
  • Segenggam sayur sawi hijau (potong korek)
  • Bakso ikan bentuk kotak pipih (iris tipis)
  • 1 Sosis babi Lap Cheong (potong korek)
  • 450 gram kwetiaw mentah segar (potong memanjang)
  • 10 ekor udang besar
  • 1 sendok makan lemak babi
  • 1 telur (kocok)
  • 2 sendok makan kecap asin
  • 1 sendok makan kecap asin hitam
  • 3 sendok makan kecap manis
  • garam dan merica, sesuai selera
  • segenggam tauge / kecambah
  • 1 sendok teh minyak wijen

Langkah:

  • Panaskan wajan anti lengket dengan api sedang.
  • Tuang 3 sendok makan minyak goreng lalu tumis beberapa bawang putih dan daun bawang hingga harum.
  • Tumis udang hingga matang. Sisihkan.
  • Panaskan wajan wok dengan api besar.
  • Tumis bawang putih dan daun bawang hingga harum.
  • Tuang telur dan masak hingga matang.
  • Masukkan Lap Cheong dan bakso ikan diikuti dengan udang
  • Tumis daging-dagingan selama 1 menit
  • Masukkan kwetiaw basah dan tumis selama beberapa detik
  • Masukkan kecap asin, kecap asin hitam dan kecap manis, tumis kwetiaw hingga menjadi lebih lembut. Boleh ditambahkan sedikit air, jika perlu.
  • Masukkan sawi hijau, garam, merica, tauge/kecambah, dan kucai. Jangan menumis terlalu lama agar sayur sawi dan tauge tetap renyah.
  • Tambahkan minyak wijen.
  • Tumis sejenak dan angkat Kweetiaw. Segera sajikan Kweetiaw panas-panas.

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