Fried Flat Rice Noodle and Yellow Noodle

Fried Flat Rice Noodle and 
Yellow Noodle
 This dish is famous in Penang, Malaysia.
Some call it Kuey, Koay or Kway Teow (Flat Rice Noodle).
I prefer this dish with two type of noodles which is Flat Rice Noodle
and Yellow Noodle without chili in it because I don't want the
chili to overpower the taste of the fried noodles.
I'm not saying that this is the best but it's still
delicious for my family and myself!



 150g Flat Rice Noodle
100g Yellow Noodle
1 teaspoon Thick Dark Soya Sauce
2 cloves of Minced Garlic
1 Egg
6 pieces of Prawns
1/2 tablespoon of Soya Sauce
80g Bean Sprout

Note :  The above ingredients are for one person only.
Do increase the portion if you are cooking for more than one person.
Beside Prawn, you can add Fish Cake, Cockles,
Chinese Lap Cheong (Dried Sausage) or Chives.



 Heat up one tablespoon of cooking oil and add in garlic and prawns.
Stir fry the prawns until slightly pinkish in colour.



 Then quickly add in the two type of noodles.



 Stir fry two minutes.  If you notice the wok is dry, 
add in 1/2 tablespoon of water and stir fry further.



 Add in bean sprout and stir fry further.



 Add in the thick dark soya sauce and soya sauce and stir fry further.



 Make a hole in the middle and break in the egg.



 Break the egg yolk and push all the noddles to cover the egg
and then quickly stir fry further until the egg is cooked.



Picture said a thousand words.
Bon Appetit.
Have a happy weekend.



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Comments

Zoe said…
Hi Amy,

You have cooked your cha kway teow very professionally... Wish that my wok cooking skill is as good as yours :D

Zoe
Anne Regalado said…
Amy , I love char kway teow and your version with 2 noodles looks really delicious and you've cooked it perfectly ! Thanks for sharing this wonderful dish to LTU !
Kimmy said…
Hi Amy, I love 'char koay teow mee' too but with more chilli paste, chives and taugeh. Just had CKT. I must add yellow noodles next time when I fry CKT.

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