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Hong Kong Style Chee Cheong Fun, really really fresh

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A clean kitchen towel is placed on the steamer. A thin rice batter is poured on the towel and ingredients laid on top. In this case, shrimp. A cover is placed and the noodle sheet is steamed for a minute or so.

On a different station, oil is first applied on the pan. The kitchen towel is laid rice noodle sheet side down and a spatula is used to loosen the towel. The towel is then picked up by hand. leaving the noodle on the pan. The noodle is rolled up and cut up.

Busy duo from Chee Cheong Fun noodle stall at Pek Kio Market

Plain noodles with sprinkled sesame seeds, a rich broth with five spice flavor, a tea spoon of red pepper the side.

Minced pork noodles.

Written by locomotoring

November 11, 2014 at 1:34 pm

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Carrot Cake at Pek Kio Market

There is no carrot in this carrot cake (Chai tao kway). No sweet either. Daikon radish cakes (Luo Bo Gao) are chopped up and fried with “Good Spice” flavors, eggs, scallion and soy sauce. The fried cakes get chewy and the eggs are soft. Perfect anytime food.

Good Spice Carrot Cake Shop

Good Spice Carrot Cake Shop

Chef and co-owner. During the 10 minutes I saw him, he never stopped moving his spatula.

Chef and co-owner. During the total of 30 minutes I saw him on three different mornings, he never stopped moving his spatula.

Thick Indonesian style soy sauce is added at the end to lend sweetness and umami flavor.

Thick Indonesian style soy sauce is added at the end to lend sweetness and umami flavor.

Written by Som

November 11, 2014 at 12:42 pm

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