Friday, May 27, 2011

Ching Ching (Plain) Kueh Teow (Flat noodle) and Lou Shi Fun (Round Short Noodle) Soup - Weekend Recipe

My family would have home cooked Kueh Teow Theng (Flat noodle soup) almost every weekend. This plain noodles soup is also my wife's favourite. We get our thin and nice Ipoh Kueh Teow from the Kepong Baru Wet Market. This stall also sells chubby and crunchy Ipoh Taugeh (beansprouts).
This time around, I fried some 'bak cho' (minced meat) with light soya sauce to go with the Kueh Teow Theng. Bak Cho add extra kick to this common hawker food. Sadly, there are no many Kueh Teow Theng stalls that have Bak Cho to offer. Then I garnish the Kueh Teow Theng with lettuce, fried garlic, spring onions, taugeh and parsley.

Click this link for my Kueh Teow Theng Recipe.

My wife's favourite.......

Kueh Teow Theng with lots of fried Chilli Boh (fresh grounded chillies)


My favourite, Lou Si Fun (short round noodles) Cheng Tong (soup) with lots of Bak Cho (fried minced pork).....

With lots of fried chilli boh also......he he he!


HAPPY COOKING AND HAVE A NICE WEEKEND!

21 comments:

Sheoh Yan said...

I love Loh Shi Fun soup with chilli boh. My favourite la!

suituapui said...

I like the clear soup. Too bad not in KL or I would invite myself over...

Annie Q said...

I love clear soup kueh teow. Yum!

Bak cho? What language is that?

Have a great weekend, Pete.

Hayley said...

Sometimes when I don't have appetite, I'd go for plain noodles soup like yours.. =)

Yvonne said...

Oh gosh, I've always love kueh teow theng and yours looks dangerously delicious! Bon appétit !!

Small Kucing said...

I like the clear soup

Somewhere in Singapore said...

U too have a nice weekend..

アンゼエリン said...

Blog walking: I alwiz love Loh Shu Fun.

Angeline

Núria said...

I would love to taste them all!!
Thanks for visiting my blog and have a nice weekend you too :D

Sonia (Nasi Lemak Lover) said...

I love this kind of simple noodle soup especially serve in lunch. You too have a nice weekend.

yummylittlecooks said...

I love this kind of soup too.Happy weekend to you too

Bananazஇ said...

Why*Ask*Why is it called Lou Si Fun? (short round noodles). Looked like the tail of tikus *rat* or the sh** of rat? haha. Oh my fav would always order with my regular stall who knows my style, its 'tikus dry with curry soup'. hehe

Christine said...

oh yes, these all look fantastic, yummy.

Luciana said...

ur fave is my fave, bungkus ya ;)

Wai Kitt said...

I prefer the clear soup too.How lucky your wife, have someone to cook for her.People say "Man who knows to cook is always a good man."

Pete said...

Annie : Bak Cho is in Hokkien, which means minced meat

Shereen said...

Aiyor Pete..you and Arthur are really killing me with kueh teow soup posts!!!(saw from his blog that you put up this post and I couldn't resist taking a peep)Somemore hor,yours got my favourite kind of kueh teow..the thin and silky smooth ones.Masuk mulut terus hilang!!Beh tahan!!(I'll ban your blog from now on...hahaha)

Shereen said...

Hi Pete,
Me again.I've bookmarked your this recipe.A question:-The chilli boh you used is the one that you can buy from shops kat Malaysia kan and not homemade?Here no chilli boh la..so how?Is it just blended dry chiilies and nothing else?No shallots and belacan added?
Looks like I won't be making this recipe today though as it does require some time to make the soup...something that I malas to do today as very sejuk today and I just want to lie in bed and cover myself with blanket and dream of kuey teow soup..hahaha

Pete said...

Hi Shereen : Yes, bought the chilli boh from the shops. But you can make your own using chilli powder. Add water make into paste, fry in hot oil, add salt & a little vinegar.

Merryn said...

This i must learn lah.. ethan loves soupy stuffs so this will be my next project :D

lena said...

we dont have this kind of traditional kuey teow thng in ipoh, if we want something like this, that will be like the normal pork noodles.

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