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I tried this for lunch for the first time. The kway teow was fried with a handful of cockles, bean sprouts and chinese sasauge with abit of wok hei. The texture of the kway teow noodle was moist but not overly wet. The fried pork lards enhanced the fragrance and the taste. The lime played its part to perfect the taste of the fried kway teow too. This might not be the best fried kway teow that i tried but it is ok.
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I tried this for lunch for the first time. The kway teow was fried with a handful of cockles, bean sprouts and chinese sasauge with abit of wok hei. The texture of the kway teow noodle was moist but not overly wet. The fried pork lards enhanced the fragrance and the taste. The lime played its part to perfect the taste of the fried kway teow too. This might not be the best fried kway teow that i tried but it is ok.
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