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Famous Peddler's Char Kway TeowFamous Peddlers Noodles - Char Kway Teow

Char Kway Teow or ‘Stir-Fried Flat Rice Noodle,’ a popular dish throughout Malaysia, Singapore, and Indonesia, was made famous by local street food vendors, and is presented here with a modern twist.

Chef Andy Oh
Pan Pacific Orchard, Singapore

Serves 1

Noodle Ingredients
 5 oz
Rice Noodles, Flat
 1/2 cup
Tiger Prawns (deveined & cleaned)
 4 tsp
Chinese Sausage
4 tsp
4 tsp  Bean Sprouts
2 tsp
1 ea.
Egg, Whole
2 tsp
Chili Paste, Dry
2 tsp
 Garlic, Minced
2 tsp Pork Lard, Crispy
Kway Teow Sauce
2 TB
Kway Teow Sauce (kecap manis, optional)
1/4 cup.  Soy Sauce, Light
3 TB
Soy Sauce, Dark
4 tsp
Oyster Sauce
2 TB
2 tsp
 Fish Gravy
To Taste
 Vegetable Oil and/or Pork Lard Oil


Famous Peddlers Noodles – Char Kway Teow
1. Heat up wok with generous portion of vegetable oil and pork lard oil
2. Bring to temperature and fry prawn in the wok until half cooked
3. Remove and drain off excess oil. Add garlic and chili paste to remaining oil until opaque
4. Add in prawns together with Chinese sausages and crispy pork lard
5. Stir to fragrance and add in Kway Teow Sauce
6. Season with sauce and fry to aromatics
7. Add in bean sprouts and chives
8. Crack in egg followed by crabmeat
9. Fry for no more than half a minute and serve immediately