Homemade Char Kway Teow

Annie was feeling like some homemade (as in Malaysia) char kway teow. “Kway teow” is a steamed , flat rice noodle. “Char” is to fry.

For the ingredients, we have bacon fat, bean sprouts, prawns, chopped garlic, lup cheong (Chinese sausage), the kway teow, and preserved vegetables.


Moqua with bean thread vermicelli

Moqua (also known as Fuzzy Melon, Benincasa hispida var. chiehgua) peeled and sliced then stir-fried with minced garlic, bean thread vermicelli, shrimp, and homemade charsiu from my smoker. The smokiness from the charsiu really permeated the dish.

Aloha, Nate

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