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Tuesday, June 24, 2014

Kway Teow Kung Fu


KWAY TEOW KUNG FU
Posted by MamaFaMi
Source : Shidazaid of MYRESIPI dot COM

Serving : 1

Ingredients :

a handful of kway teow (flat rice noodles)
1 egg
2 garlic
1 shallot
bird eye chillie - minced
Chicken fillet - sliced into thin pieces
1 medium sized cuttlefish - cleaned and cut into rings
2 pieces medium fresh prawns
1 cup water (more if you like more gravy)
1/2 Knorr chicken cube
salt to taste
cornflour mixed with a bit of water (thickening agent)
baby corns
carrots - peeled and sliced
chinese cabbage - cut
1/2 fresh red chillie
cooking oil


Method :

1. Crack the egg into a bowl. Beat lightly then add in the kway teow. Stir to mix.
2. Heat the wok with a bit of oil and pour in the kway teow and egg. Fry like omellette. Once done, remove from wok and set aside.

For the gravy :

2. Heat wok with some cooking oil. Add crushed garlic, minced shallot and minced bird eye chillie. Fry till fragrant.
3. Add in chicken slice and cook till the chicken turns white. Add in cuttlefish and prawns.
4. Add water, chicken cube and salt. Let it boil and add in cornflour mixture.
5. When the gravy is slightly thickens, add in the baby corns and carrot. Last but not least, the chinese cabbage and the fresh chille.
6. Remove from heat and pour onto the prepared kway teow.
7. Garnish with some crispy fried onion.


Have a nice day!


8 comments:

  1. Hi sweetie, wah... kwey teow kungfu, not panda kungfu?LOL
    1 big plate for me, please. Look really good.
    Itu prawn luxury from East Malaysia sudah habis? :))

    Have a nice day. Regards

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    1. Hi darling...
      Nak lagi sedap kan, you eat the kway teow kung fu while watching kung fu panda tau. After you finished eating and after the movie ends, you masuk kitchen buat kuih pau pulak. Dessert! Hahahahaha.....

      My luxury prawns from East Malaysia still got 1 packet. Haiyooo sayang nak makan la... huhuhu,,,,,

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  2. This is one of my feveret! Tapi dah lama tak makan. I can't see the kway teow. Nampak the sayur, prawns and sotong jer. More ingredients than kway teow, I like!

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    1. Since the kway teow cannot be seen in the plate of kway teow kung fu, so to be fair, I've snapped the photo of just the kway teow with egg in a plate and let it make a grand entrance. Fair kan? Hahahaha....

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  3. Wow, MamaFami, pandai masak kway teow kung fu huh? Nampak sedap sekali, I pun belum cuba masak kway teow kung fu ni. Biasanya kalau nak makan, makan kat luar. Ah... I pun nak try masak sendiri lah... Thanks for sharing and regards :)

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    1. Ivy, dulu kan, I thought susah nak masak this kway teow kung fu. But then bila dah buat sendiri, laaaa so easy la. Nanti you try okay.

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  4. tertonggek udang dengan sotong tu...terliur rasa!

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