Friday, October 13, 2017

Jicama rolls

I noticed a neighbourhood stall selling rolled chee cheong fun (flat rice noodles) at MYR1.50 nett for 1 roll so I bought 2 rolls.

The rolled chee cheong fun is filled with jicama aka yam bean (sengkuang) stir-fried with dried shrimps. Very flavourful indeed.

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  1. Wish I could make the skin, my girl is off popiah skin now - wheat, non-gluten free.

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    1. the skin is just normal chee cheong fun. you can buy the chee cheong fun sheets to wrap whatever fillings you want.

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  2. This is something new to me to see this type of fillings. I think I will like it.

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  3. Looks good. Got any sauce with it?

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  4. I love jicama rolls but I prefer them with sauce.

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  5. I like this type of CCF too.. sometimes I order them mixed.. plain and with fillings all in one plate..

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  6. Oh. We called it "chai kueh" (vegetable). Never had this CCF with such filling before. Usually pork or prawns. Hehe.

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    1. we have chai kueh here too but they are not the same as these chee cheong fun because these ccf are open ended whereas chai kueh has closed ends like sui kow (dumplings).

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  7. this is available in pasar malam I tink...

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    1. long time i didnot go pasar malam.

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  8. The fillings look like those for Popiah

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    1. not as elaborate as those for popiah.

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