Famous Taiping Fried Kueh Teow

After we left Hayley's place, we went to the Casual Market. On the way, I spotted this fire station. I remembered I did a research about the fire station when I was at the college. It brought back sweet memories.

Taiping fire station

 
the Casual Market

Smile..You are on candid camera!
I ordered the famous fried kueh teow from this stall.

love the ingredients

she used a kind of leave for wrapping the kueh teow

packed..
I bought 14 of those packets..
 for my staff, workers and family

I ate there..
yummy..

my mum just enjoyed her Hailam Chicken Rice.


When I reached home, I ate another packet before I went to work in the evening. Later at night, after work, I ate yet another packet which my BIL didn't want to take it.

I simply love the Taiping fried kueh teow!

Comments

  1. well it must taste really great i mean
    for you to love it that much
    i bet it was really special

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    1. I always love this kind of fried kueh teow..

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  2. why was that fire station doesnt seem like
    one hahaha anyway places
    there seems just like what we have here

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    1. just a small station in a small town..

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  3. that was an intersting and eco friendly way
    of packaging, some stores here will just
    put it on plastics

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    1. I wouldn't buy if they pack it using the plastics.

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  4. well that the fun thing
    about wandering around the city
    a lot of flash backs can occur

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  5. anyway i just wonder why were those lanterns
    were on that ladder in the
    middle of the parking lot

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    1. it's a temporary stall selling CNY goodies..

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  6. so technically you ate that
    three times that Day?
    wow i could barely say that
    you love it!

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  7. have a great day and happy
    blogging to you wenn
    god bless you always and
    take the best of care too

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  8. i have heard a lot about this Casual Market, lots of nice and yummy food in there..

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    1. i also wonder why is the market called Casual?? haha.. it doesn't look casual at all to me.. :p

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    2. the couple of owners are so sporting to let you take a photo of them, and they even smiled for the camera!! sweet~~

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    3. the CKT is kind of special, haven't seen any here that has char siew and fish balls and choy sum.. looks more like "gon lou" to me~~

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    4. oh, you ordered 14 packs at one shot!! no wonder the owners were so happy, haha~~

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    5. wow, i can really see you love this CKT so much!! you had three in a day for all your meals!! woot woot~~

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    6. This casual market has been closed for a month about 2 months ago, for renovation. So now it's nicer and cleaner.
      SK, you have to make a trip here, really lots of nice and cheap food.

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    7. SK, you should come to Taiping to taste this type of only Taiping famous style CKT, you can't find it in KL or SIBU. If you find also, it won't be as nice as Taiping one.

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    8. yes, SK should go to Taiping to eat all kinds of food at the Casual Market..

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    9. I agree that everyone visiting Taiping must try out the infamous fried kueh teow. It's something not to be missed!

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  9. The char kuey teow is really good, a few stalls selling similar ones though. Usually for those coming from outstation, they'll tapao a lot!

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    1. Eh the couple is quite sporting, hehe, they let you snap photo of them =)

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    2. I usually go to stall number 78 one at Casual Market. That stall CKT is the best, Wenn.

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    3. ok, will look out for that next time..

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  10. I can see you really like this type of teow chew CKT in Casual Market Taiping. Me too. I just called my husband just now, I want to go lunch there today.

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    1. Later, I want to eat CKT, Mee Rebus, Ais Kacang, Nyonya Kuih and lots more.

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    2. Casual Market is hot and crowded. But I don't mind to eat there because of so many good food there.

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    3. I simply love to eat there..

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  11. Wow! You bought 14 packets for everyone! So kind of you! The seller must be happy.

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    1. That's why the seller smiled so wide when Wenn took the photo. ;)

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    2. big business for the day..

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  12. Seems like Taiping has got so much nice food at the casual market!

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  13. I asked some hawkers before about using leaves to wrap. They told me that it could allow the food to "breathe" and that makes the food tastier too with added fragrance from leaf. You believe?

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    1. I believe so..Furthermore, there's no toxin..

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    1. and your Mom looked happy too, enjoying the CKT. :)

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    2. yummy but my mum preferred chicken rice..

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  15. First time I see ckt with so many types of ingredients in it. Must be expensive. How much is a packet?

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  16. Hey Wenn... which stall is this? Each time I go, I just simply order... I would like to try the best one.. :)

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  17. You tapao 14 packets all the way to Ipoh for your staffs? Thumbs up!

    Too bad I was working that day, I really missed out the opportunity to meet this great lady :)

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  18. am not sure whether i ate the same Keoy Teow or not the last time i went there.

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    1. this kueh teow has char siew and fish balls..

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  19. certainly taste different from KL CKT and looks different too

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    1. opssiiie....baru saw...tapau for your staffs and famly. Too engrosse in looking at the photo tarak red properly :p

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    2. yea and my hubby loves it too..

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  21. a kind of leave? Not banana leave ka? Usually those hee they alas with banana leaf

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    1. arghhhhhhhhhh what happening to my typing....so many typo errors

      *engrossed
      *here
      *Read

      still yet to wake up properly *piak myself*!

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    2. haha..it's not banana leaf..
      banana leaf would be better as it's more fragrant..

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  22. I miss the 60's CKT where you find rows of charcoal stove with CKT men sitting in a small folding stools frying CKT and the aroma can be sniffed across the bus station, and it only cost 70 cents a plate those days. So with 1.00 ringgit you can have a plate of CKT and ice kachang for 30 cents. Can we have the 60's back please.

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