Hor Fun

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Hor fun is a type of Chinese rice noodle that is commonly used in Cantonese cuisine. The noodles are made from rice flour and are flat and wide in shape. Hor fun is typically used in dishes such as beef chow fun, which is a stir-fried dish with beef and vegetables, and seafood hor fun, which is a similar dish made with seafood.

Hor fun is known for its smooth and silky texture, which is achieved by briefly blanching the noodles in boiling water before adding them to the stir-fry or soup. The noodles absorb flavors well and are a popular ingredient in many Chinese dishes.

Besides Cantonese cuisine, hor fun is also commonly used in Singaporean and Malaysian cuisine, where it is known as kway teow. It can be found in a variety of dishes, such as char kway teow, which is a stir-fried dish with soy sauce, chili, and seafood or meat.




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