Monday, November 14, 2011

Char Kway Teow

Sincerely I wonder. I wonder why for years we have been reminded that women must learn to cook? Is it some sort of a cultural thingy? How about the men? What? They only eat whereas we women are the ones who must slog in the kitchen? I really don't know. You tell me. Years and years of being drilled that I must learn to cook, from as young as I was, seemingly is the cause of confusion. Especially, don't you think in Indian households? But why? I can understand back then marriage story whereby men worked and women were the home keepers. Not anymore. We work as well and we contribute money package as well. So then (Home Made Curry Mee, Malaysian Fried Mee, Hokkien Mee, Curry Chicken Noodles & Bee Hoon Soup)? Duh! Alright. Weekend food when I am struggling with time. Fried noodles. Either the dry style (Tom Yam Fried Mee Hoon & Mee Siam) or soupy version (Penang Mee Yoke, Penang Assam Laksa, Mee Rebus, Curry Mee, Laksam Kelantan & Mee Rojak) Char Kway Teow is? Malaysian famed street noodle. Broad rice noodles/kway teow interestingly fried alongside bean sprouts, eggs, cockles, fish balls, seasoned with dark sauce and light sauce.

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