Sunday, October 12, 2014

Cravings

One of the food that I often crave for is Chee Cheong Fun (ccf). I can never get tired of eating them.

This ccf stall in Choy Kei Coffee Shop (corner), Jalan Lazat 1, near Happy Garden and OUG serves very nice ccf. You can have it with curry, plain green pickled chili, or sweet brown sauce. If curry is selected, you will get deep fried very, very crispy tiny shrimps sprinkled on top and it is only served with curry, not available with sweet brown sauce. Here I ate it with a piece of bitter gourd stuffed with fish paste.

With curry and a piece of bean curd sheet with fish paste sandwiched in it, from the same stall.

With curry and a piece of pig skin, from the same stall.

I like this ccf from a stall located in Friendship Cafe (coffee shop not a cafe although the name says cafe), Taman Esplanade, Bukit Jalil because it is very soft and just melts in my mouth. Eaten with curry.

Whenever I pass by Khoong Coffee Shop, Seapark, PJ, I will always stop to buy a packet of Teluk Intan style ccf (MYR2) from a stall there. Not as delicious as the real McCoy but will do just fine.

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    1. Hehehe usually at night is hungry.

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  2. Wow didn't know ccf can have so many different style of servings, in Singapore, we have char siew ccf and chicken ccf

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    1. Here we don't have char siew and chicken ccf.

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  3. Your ccfs are almost perfect. Add a couple of pork balls then would be perfect :D

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    1. Pork balls are not common for ccf but fish balls are.

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    2. For me, pork balls = default LOL!

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    3. But the ccf stalls don't sell leh.

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  4. Not really a fan of ccf...but I don't mind that once in a while. So many ways of serving that - in Penang, they serve it with rojak sauce. In fact, they serve many things with rojak sauce...

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    1. The rojak sauce you mean is the prawn paste (har kao).

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  5. Oh I thought you want to blog about Cravings restsurant.. Oohh I like curry ccf too, with foo pei and assorted balls.. If the soup is nice I can slurp all! I even ask them to banjir my ccf too, like curry mee, hehe..

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    1. I have been to Oriental Cravings in One Utama before.

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  6. I love curry and sweet sauce ccf too! Guess it's everyone's favorite.

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    1. Most people as STP does not really like it.

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  7. I love ccf too! But I haven't tried the curry one.

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    1. If you like curry you would probably like it.

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  8. We do have cravings once in a while, don't we? I like chee cheong fun too, but have never tried eating it this way. Interesting!

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  9. I love ccf with curry..yummy

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    1. I agree with you that they are yummy! :)

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  10. haha CCF again?? no wonder it seems like I just saw you blogged about CCF not long ago, rupa-rupanya you have a crave for CCF, haha.. the teluk intan one surely looks so delicious and I'm hungry again!! hehe..

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    1. I can eat ccf everyday and still want to eat it. :)

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  11. Ooo...I love CCF....Penang type, Teluk Intan type, KL type....just about any type!

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  12. I like ccf with curry gravy...and with fried beancurd skin...and some yong tau foo;-) haha greedy me!
    btw, how much is the one in the first picture?

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    1. The bitter gourd ytf is MYR1.20 and the amount of ccf in the first picture is 1 sheet and that costs MYR1.60 so total is MYR2.80 only.

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  13. I have never tried the curry gravy ccf, but I still prefer penang style ccf :)

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    1. I like penang style ccf too and the stall that sells it is in PJ, quite far from where I live so cannot have it often. This curry ccf stall is nearer so I eat this more often.

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