Saturday, March 9, 2013

新山粿條湯 Pork Kuey Teow Soup (Johor style)


Enjoy this hot noodles soup in this recent hot weather was not a good idea, my daughter and I were sweating like no body business after we finished our bowl of Kuey Teow noodles soup, Hahaha. Nevertheless, this was a bowl of yummy noodles soup, i think i can open a stall outside ^_^.
According to here, Johor style Kuey Teow soup is mainly consist of minced pork which made the soup more tasty.


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a must have item - pork lard oil..
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More updates on 13th March--fried pork lard, garlic oil, and chopped spring onion and coriander


another must have item-Preserved salty veggie or Tong Choy



Also need a pot of good stock !!



pork lard oil makes this bowl of noodles soup so tasty ! but can't consume this too often wor.

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新山粿條湯 Johor Bahru Pork Kuey Teow Soup
(recipe source: by Sonia aka Nasi Lemak Lover)
*serves 6

To make stock
1 jicama or yam bean, cut big pieces
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1 small bowl of ikan bilis (anchovies)
500g pork ribs, briefly blanched in hot water
1 large onion, 3 litres water, salt to taste

Method
1. Once water boiled, add in all ingredients and boil over low heat for 2hrs. Season with salt.

Toppings
250g pork slices (marinate with salt, pepper, tapioca flour)
350g minced pork (marinate with salt, light soy sauce, pepper, rice wine and tapioca flour)
A small piece of pork liver, slices, optional
Green leafy veggies ( I use Tang O veggie)
Spring onion and corianders, chopped
Dried seaweed
Preserved salty veggie or Tong Choy
Pork lard with oil (fry pork fat cubes in a wok till oil released)
Fried garlic oil (use pork lard oil to fry garlic)

1kg Kuey Teow or flat noodles

To serve (to prepare per person basis)

1. Blanch Kuey Teow in hot water for few seconds (to get rid of oil).
2. Add some stock in a saucepan, once stock boiled, add in pork slices and minced pork (flat to a small square piece), boil for few seconds.
3. Add in Kuey Teow, Tong choy, veggies, and pork liver (if using), cook for few seconds. Pour into a serving bowl.
4. Garnish with dried seaweed, pork lard and garlic oil, serve hot with chili padi and soy sauce dipping sauce.


I am submitting this post to Malaysian Food Fest, Johor Month hosted by Annie of Annielicious Food

43 comments:

Phong Hong said...

Sonia, if you open stall I will come over hari-hari. Hah! Hah! I really lau nuar just looking at your bowl of pork kuey teow soup!

kitchenchaos said...

Hi Sonia! I'm so gonna make this soon! Hope I won't be drooling too much in my sleep until then :p

Honey Bee Sweets said...

Sedap sia!! I think don't mind eating this even on hot days la...very yummy looking! Thanks for the recipe!

kimmy said...

Hi Sonia, I have tried Johor Koay Teow Soup with lots of pork meat and pig innards. Seems to be very popular in Johor. But I must say yours look very appetising and definitely more 'liao'. Must cook it sometime soon.

ICook4Fun said...

I will be your very first customer if you sell this. This is a must order for me if I see it at the kopitiam. I will usually ask for the dry one. Been a long while since I had this. I guess I have to go to bed dreaming of it. I might attempt to cook this one day. Thanks for sharing.

Somewhere in Singapore said...

Wish this bowl is right in front of me now...

鲸鱼蓝蓝蓝 said...

oh
有猪油渣的肯定香透了:)

Mel said...

I dont mind to sweat it out as long as I could taste your delicious " kuey teow tearn". The soup must be very yummy.

joceline lyn said...

充满古早味道和特色的kew teow汤。厉害。

ling yuen chin said...

这肯定,一定ho jia!

Angie's Recipes said...

Homey and yum!

Amelia said...

Hi Sonia, yummylicious JB kuey tiaw soup. You can open stall already. :)

Eat this with chili padi really give the extra kick even thou sweating. LOL

Have a nice weekend.

小雨伞 (Anna) said...

Sonia, 讨厌你的叻!我肚子饿了。。。
有猪油渣一定很香的,真想吃:(

My Little Space said...

Hmmm....you're making me hungry at this hour...almost dinner time. haha....
Happye weekend.
Kristy

Ah Tze @ Awayofmind said...

I will buy from you too if you are selling. I miss this kind of cooking indeed the pork lard oil will make the soup taste yummy!

Ah Tze @ Awayofmind said...

I will buy from you too if you are selling. I miss this kind of cooking indeed the pork lard oil will make the soup taste yummy!

Chef and Sommelier said...

Sonia! Not just kway Teow soup stall... With your culinary skills, you could open any type of restaurants!

Anne Regalado said...

The fried pork fat alone makes me drool :P :D 3 orders of that scrumptious pork noodles , pretty please ? lol

Baby Sumo said...

Hehe Sonia, if you open shop, please let me know! I will definitely come try... cos I know your food sure nice one! :)

Shu Han said...

wowee I love it! looks so homey and yummy! and I agree, that drizzle of pork lard oil is what makes this dish really shine!

Little Corner of Mine said...

Looks seriously delicious. Can definitely open a store outside. :)

Precious Pea said...

Cepat open shop, i be your no.1 customer! Love porky noodle especially laden with crispy lard. YumYUmYum!

xing hui said...

very delicious. when i c this my stomach start gru..... gru...... ha ha. take order please.... ha .....ha

Vivian Pang said...

I learn how to make nice stock from this recipe too. Thanks!

Li Shuan said...

Sonia, your 粿条汤 looks really really good Ohhhh......
I am very sick now, wish I can have this soup noodle right now

Jane Chew said...

i love this. Thanks for sharing. Will try out this week. I love pork liver very much but so long din have it already. My mum always warning us not to take but i degil one. hehe...

daphne said...

The liver, ikan bilis...what a nutritious bowl!!! Bring on the stall, I will definitely want to support u! LOL

Eileen, hundred eighty degrees said...

I always like kuey teow soup, yours look good, can open stall already: )

shan said...

虽然很多配料我都不吃,但如果你开店,我一定会捧场。我妈超喜欢猪油渣的。^^

divya said...

Gorgeous presentation, dear...looks so tempting!

myme said...

看了你这碗有猪油渣的粿條汤,我垂涎不止三尺了啦。。。嘻嘻!

Caca said...

you made hawker food looks so fine dine.

Sem said...

This looks so delicious, my all time favourite , can't wait to try out this weekend.

Julie said...

Tempting soup!!
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Jessie-CookingMoments said...

100% agree with you, this bowl of noodles look so yummy! Wy only you & your daughter had it, where were your 2 boy boy? Hmmm, not sure we have the honour to try this noodle soup or not in the future, haha! Like the pork lard!

Mandy said...

我呀对猪油渣又爱又恨。。
加入粿条汤更棒,这碗粿条汤一定很香很美味~~

Mich Piece of Cake said...

This is so delicious, Sonia... comfort food to me.

Suja Md said...

looks so delicious and colorful..can we substitute pork with goat meat(mutton)..will it be delicious in the same way?

Lite Home Bake said...

Wow, can imagine how great the noodles tastes from the ingredient list. Thanks for sharing!

Jess @ Bakericious said...

Sonia, your "liao" more than kuey teow leh but I love it, yum yum!

Nami | Just One Cookbook said...

We need YOU in SF so that we can eat super authentic food and will be so popular here... Your husband and kids are so lucky!

MeRy said...

YUmmy...

lena said...

ooh, the pork lard makes it so tasty! so this jb version also got tung choy..also sounds nice. If you open shop, i will come and give you business for sure! i only scared too many customers, then no place to sit!

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