Made this for lunch today. I call this economy char koay teow. For those of you who grew up in Malaysia, you might know what I'm talking about ~ this type of fried koay teow usually is very plain and simple, cooked only in soy sauce and maybe oyster sauce, and usually cost around RM1-RM2!!! This particular dish contains very little nutritional value but it is very filling and satisfying! For this dish, I added my own homemade fishcakes that I made for a different meal I made.

Made this for lunch today. I call this economy char koay teow. For those of you who grew up in Malaysia, you might know what I'm talking about ~ this type of fried koay teow usually is very plain and simple, cooked only in soy sauce and maybe oyster sauce, and usually cost around RM1-RM2!!! This particular dish contains very little nutritional value but it is very filling and satisfying! For this dish, I added my own homemade fishcakes that I made for a different meal I made.

24 days ago based on the (Penang) Char Kuey Teow recipe.
  • Grace Teo:

    "Little nutritional value" :P Oh Mark, I always like to think that CKT gives me a whole plate of vitamins. I mean, look at the veggies and seafood..........

  • Mark Wong:

    @grace hahaha very good point :D

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