Yong Tau Fu

18 Mar

where is the best Yong Tau Fu in town..?  Seri Kembangan..?  Petaling Jaya..?  Ipoh..?  Penang..?  Johor Bharu..?  nope..  the answer is – in Kota Bharu..  yeah, Kelate Boleh.. 🙂

this is the restaurant situated nearby Jalan Kebun Sultan in Kota Bharu..  the Kuek Restaurant..

as the name implies, these are really, truly, exactly homemade Yong Tau Fu.. 🙂

the Yong Tau Fu soup..  fresh..  fresh..  fresh..  the bitter gourd, the tau fu (bean curd), the wantan (dumpling)..

the fried Yong Tau Fu..  the wantan (dumpling), the bitter gourd, the brinjal..

very nice soy sauce and chilli sauce..

cost for each item range from 80 cents to 1 ringgit..  acceptable price for these tasty, compact and fresh homemade Yong Tau Fu..

crispy..  and taste great with the sauce.. 🙂

hmm..  a well balanced diet.. 🙂

great satisfaction.. 🙂

besides the Yong Tau Fu, there are other dishes available as well..

green vegetables..

fish curry..  yummy, yummy.. 🙂

mixed vegetables with bean curds and prawns..  delicious.. 🙂

the sotong phat phet (spicy cuttlefish)..

fried rice..  taste good..

porridge with pork and century egg..  recommended.. 🙂

come and have a try k.. 🙂

4 Responses to “Yong Tau Fu”

  1. Siti Aisyah March 20, 2011 at 4:33 pm #

    sedapnyer… 😛

  2. ming March 21, 2011 at 4:25 pm #

    wau.. look good.. look nice.. wanna to try also.. :p

  3. annuararash May 22, 2011 at 7:55 pm #

    can you guide me on how to make the clear crystal soup for yong tau fu? tqvm.

    • Simon Sim May 23, 2011 at 12:58 am #

      hi.. first, frying some garlic (in small pieces, don’t put too much, just half a tea spoon) in the wok with just minimal oil, until the garlic turns yellow, then pour in hot water (about 650ml), and stir until the water boiled, then put in few slices of chicken (mixed with light soy sauce, without skin) and turn to slow fire for 15 minutes with the wok partially close.. avoid beef and monosodium glutamate because these will give different taste.. then put in the yong tau fu and heat up for few minutes (don’t heat up too long, should turn off fire once the soup start boiling again, because this will break down the yong tau fu and not looking nice).. hope this helps you.. thanks for visiting🙂

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