Now who should I blame it on? Well, if there’s anyone to blame, it has got to be *points accusing finger…Pete! LOL!!! He put up a post on how he was going to cook ching-ching (plain) kway teow (flat rice noodles) soup over the weekend…and that made me miss the kway teow th’ng that I have had in Penang or in KL and looking at the yummy photographs that he had in that post certainly did not help one bit. Tsk! Tsk!
So I dropped by this coffee shop on my way to my parents’ house to see if they had anything that I could have so that I could appease my craving. To my delight, the stall where I had the prawn dumpling soup the other day had pork mee soup (RM4.00). I ordered that right away, asking the man to replace the yellow noodles with kway teow and this was what I got…
Good grief! It was HUGE! And the best thing about it was that it tasted really good! Yum! Yum!
But wait a minute! I was quite positive that I saw slices of liver in the photograph displayed at the stall…but I did not get any at all. Tsk! Tsk! Instead, I got those frozen meatballs that I do not really like as they seem to have a somewhat peculiar taste. My daughter loves them though! Thankfully, these did not seem as bad as the ones I had before – I could barely sense the repulsive taste and anyhow, they provided some cili padi soaked in chio cheng (light soy sauce) and the meatballs actually tasted great after being dipped in that.
Ah! I certainly enjoyed that very much…so Pete, you can have your ching-ching kway teow soup while I have mine. Hehehehehe!!!!