Wednesday, March 01, 2006

Nothing Porky!!!

This is the“Cantonese”Chee Cheong Fun.

The “Chee Cheong Fun” is a Cantonese word which means Pasta made of Pig intestines; I hope I translate it correctly.

However, Chee Cheong Fun has nothing to do with pork it is just that it resembles the intestines of the pig. But the main ingredient is rice, By right it should be called rice pasta rolls to make it CLEARER to foreigners, @_@

So if you come to Asian country, especially where there are Chinese, you can find Chee Cheong Fun.

In Malaysia, you can get few types of Chee Cheong Fun, it all depends on where you go, if you come to penang, normally it is served with sticky prawn paste and sweet sauce, some chili paste can be added, and served with sesame seeds and fried onions too.

If you don’t like the sticky and sweet style, you can look for the“Cantonese”Chee Cheong Fun, as they will add prawns or BBQ pork into the Chee Cheong Fun, which is then steamed it before serving.

P/S: February is a month of festive mood, sorry for being away quite some time, and I received my *punishment*, that is by putting on weight. ^_^

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At 3:37 PM, Blogger Peety said...

Welcome back Gibson !!

Don't worry those extra pounds you will loose..

Thanks for the food tips..
You always leave me "mouth watering"..

Have a nice mid-week!!


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At 6:13 PM, Blogger Chas Ravndal said...

it looks soooo tasty!

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