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Sunday, 23 August 2009 02:01
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DSC_0518_copy I found this Char Koay Kak (炒粿角) at Bringchang Pasar Malam (night market), Cameron Highland. It is a typical Char Koay Kak, which is frying together with bean sprouts (豆芽), chives (韭菜) and egg.

 

 

 

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This hawker food was attracting me because there are quite hard to find this kind of fried Chinese hawker food in Cameron Highland. The cold weather at Cameron Highland might be another reason to make this Char Koay Kak become more attractive. Eating hot tasty foods while walking in cold weather is really enjoy.

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Although the taste is quite normal, but what I want to highlight it here is. The boss is using branded cooking oil to fry the Koay-Kak. The boss said he hope his customers got a healthy body also. Also, there is no any pork ingredient and I saw some Malay customers bought Char-Koay-Kak from him.


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#1 hojiak 2011-02-19 15:11
miss this char koay kak, they put a lot of ku chai
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