Mee Hoon Kuey 面粉粿 (Chinese)


Originally uploaded by Sharon-雪人

Pronounced in Hokkien as Mee Hoon Kueh, this is rather a traditional noodle dish made with dough. The flatten dough made from egg, flour, water and pinch of salt is hand-tear into small bite-size and served in a vegetable, meat soup or fish stock that is so flavorful in its base. Not only that it is a healthy meal, it is infact very economical. I love those in particular made with anchovy, with garlic, ginger, onion and bean paste added to the broth!

Following is a video in Cantonese about the making of Mee Hoon Kuey

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1 comment:

  1. I've never heard of this dish before but it looks and sounds tasty.

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