Sunday, January 24, 2010



This dish is made from flat rice noodles and this is soupy type not the typical one sold at hawker stalls which is fried, laden with fat. If you prefer spicy one add more pepper.


500g kway teow fresh or dry
300g minced meat/chicken
200g chye sim (mustard green) cut
200g medium prawn keep the tail intact
100g bean sprout tail removed
4 tablespoons tomato soup
2 tablespoons corn flour
3 shallots chopped
3 cloves garlic chopped
1 teaspoon pepper powder
salt to taste


1. Combine minced meat, shallot, salt, pepper and corn flour together, mix well.

2. Shape into balls and fry in hot oil. Remove and strain.

3. In the same pan, remove excess oil then fry the garlic until fragrant.

4. Add in prawn and tomato soup, cook until the prawn turns orange in color.

5. Pour in the meat balls, chye sim, kway teow, some water and salt, stir for a few minutes.

6. Just before removing from heat, add the bean sprout, a dash of white pepper, stir again.

7. Serve hot.

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Nida n' Hanafi said...

Look alike Kuew Tiow Ladna, adakah sama?


Nida...ada perbezaan sedikit...kway teow ini tak gunakan sos tiram....

Mythreyi Dilip said...

Hi dear, thanks for visiting my blog and for your lovely comments.

First time here, you got a great blog with scrumptious and unique recipes dear.

I loved many of your malay recipes, wanna try those soon...

Sushma Mallya said...

quiet an interesting dish,Neat and lovely click too...

priya said...

interesting n new to me...looks great!

Priya Suresh said...

Such an interesting dish, feel like having rite now..

Valarmathi Sanjeev said...

Looks yummy...

Malar Gandhi said...

Never had them before...looks exceptionaly anyting with meat:)


Thanks Sushma, Priya, Valarmathi, Priya and Malar for your lovely comments. Keep coming ya..

Mythreyi...thanks for dropping by, hope you try out my Malay recipes and do let me know the outcome.

The Lazy Gastronome said...

Thanks for sharing at the What's for dinner party. I'm looking forward to what you'll bring tomorrow!