Thursday, June 12, 2008

Yau Char Kway aka Yau Tiew

3 in a team business. If you are having breakfast at SS2 Chow Yang Kopitiam, you will never miss this family business attraction. They have been in this business for quite a long time around that area.

The man is busy doughing, cutting, strectching, rubbing and slowly letting his creation flow into the hot-oil-wok. The young man will be busy taking pre-orders and collecting money when customers return to collect their order. But here he was pictured eating. He must be taking a quick breakfast break while the customers flow slow down.

The woman is seen patiently keeping an eye at them, turning and concentrating on the 1st - in first- out 'Yau Char Kwai, Ham Chim P'ng and etc.

I sort of quite fed-up as when I wanted to buy some, the young man tells me 'no more', finish!
What! I can see so many pieces still lying there. He told me all pre-ordered. Oh ! Next time if you feel like eating them, place you order where he will write them down in a school exercise book. Go and enjoy a bowl of Lim's Prawn Mee, Pohpiah or Char Kuey Teow .Then, proceed to the stall again and you will sure to be happy to have your wonders. The young man told me this procedures. Argh!!!! Did not get to buy any, I get to snap these pictures with Nokia 6500 slide phone.

Youtiao, you char kway, or yau ja gwai, sometimes known in English as Chinese cruller[4] or fried bread stick, is a long, golden-brown, deep fried strip of dough in Chinese cuisine and other East and Southeast Asian cuisines and is usually eaten for breakfast. Conventionally, youtiao are lightly salted and made so they can be torn lengthwise in two. Youtiao are normally eaten as an accompaniment for rice congee or soy milk. Read more.

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