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  1. Lydia (The Perfect Pantry) says:

    I enjoyed this dish many times during my visit to Penang. I think it’s second only in my affection to mee goreng, the Indian-style fried noodle dish.

    1. I do love mee goreng. Now I would like to try cooking that. Does anyone have a good recipe?

      – Cho

  2. Humm… char kway teow is one of my favourite dish. Thanks for the recipe Cho πŸ™‚

  3. I remember my mum used to add a little bit of rice vinegar to the dish before throwing the bean sprouts in. This is one of my favourite noodle dishes.

    1. Thanks for the tip Su.

  4. gobsmack'd says:

    Tried you recipe over the weekend. Worked out great, although I did add ‘larp-cheong’ into it, as I remember all the char-koay-teows in Msia I sampled included it; except for the halal versions, of course. Thanks

  5. Hi Ma Cho,

    thanks for all your good tips, I was wondering do you have any one selling your book and dvd in Perth?

  6. I live in Perth (Western Australia) and ordered mine online. I got two copies delivered and, to my delight, they arrived within a week (I was amazed!).

    It would be great to have a distributor here though as there are so many Burmese living in Perth… and I feel like most are relations of mine!

    Cho, Have you thought about selling your book through ‘Borders’ bookstores?

    1. Hi Dianne
      I am on the look-out for an Australian distributor. It would be fantastic to attract the likes of Borders to stock the book πŸ™‚ Will keep you posted.

      – Cho

  7. This is great article
    Thank you for the recipe
    I will try to cook

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