Monday, February 1, 2010

Tasty Fried Kueh Teow Mee – Desa Aman Puri Pasar Malam (Night Market, every Tuesday)

This is my daughter’s favourite fried kueh teow mee (flat rice noodles with yellow noodles) and I would buy it for her whenever I visit the pasar malam (night market) in Desa Aman Puri (1st Mee stall at market entrance), KL on Tuesday or Kepong Industrial Park (KIP) on Saturday. The stall set up is rather simple; a place for frying the mee with an industrial fan and 2 tables to put all the fried noodles. It might look very simple when you see the aunty frying the noodles but then the mee is very tasty and full of wok hei aroma. The frying style is more of southern or maybe KL wet/dark style unlike Penang which is rather dry and the noodles are not so dark. I remembered the first time when I bought a small packet of fried noodles from this stall, my daughter who is a small eater managed to finish all of it. So, nowadays I have to buy a large packet which cost me RM4 (USD1.20). Heh heh heh.......Tuesday tomorrow, I will drop by Desa Aman Puri Pasar Malam to tar pau (take away) this nice fried noodle for supper!
Do you like fried yellow noodles only, kueh teow only or mixed?

12 comments:

CheaHS@n said...

Oh just had a plate last nite. Still missed Penang CKT.

fufu said...

ta pao for me pls =p

Mei Teng said...

Offtopic, I feel like having a plate of fried radish cake.

Read about it in today's paper.

AL said...

Of course I like fried yellow noodles I crave for it most of the time, and I like it sweet and spicy.

AL

Sonia (Nasi Lemak Lover) said...

look yummy !

tuti said...

younger that time can eat fried kuey teow. now older stomach can't take the oil so much. one of my favorite. *screams*

Willie a.k.a Reptoz said...

I miss pasar malam in KL because the pasar malam in kuching don't really sell food. Most of them sells vege and fresh meat. So dull!

Merryn said...

wah.. i love char koey teow that way too.. with yellow noodles.. :D yummy!!!

Christine said...

I like any kind of noodles, preferably if someone makes it for me! Funny when kids like something, you can tell.

smallkucing said...

I like keow teow + noodle without egg

koRnholio said...

there is one in pj old town and by far the tastiest char koay teow i tasted. During the day its right opposite the Jln Othman Market. When you are there make sure you also order their half boiled eggs! fantastic. But if you miss the char koay teow during the day they also open at night but they move to the shop behind old town white coffee at PJ old town too...

Pete said...

koRnholio : Thks for the info and dropping by my blog. Will sure to check it out when I am in that area!

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