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Yew char kuey for morning and evening September 14, 2008

Posted by asianpixmen in Activities, Food, Malaysia, People, Places.
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The Chinese call it “yew char kuey”. That’s actually in Hokkien. But to the rest of the society, it is almost a staple diet for morning and evening, and it goes mightily well with black coffee.

Yew char kuey has been around as long as I can remember. It is inexpensive and a rather popular item at pasar malam when it is fresh out of the wok. Hong Kong people eat this with porridge in the morning. I am not into that yet but I love it when I have nothing to do in front of the TV, except a hot teh tarik.

It is better than Munchies, that’s for sure!

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