Char Kuey Teow

Winding down after work with a plate of classic, comforting Char Kuey Teow or Fried Rice Noodles. This is a perfect meal on a busy weeknight. You can make it spicy or non-spicy. But I love mine extra spicy with extra chilly paste, topped with Pork Lard Crisps.

7/14/20231 min read


1 cup rice noodles

½ cup bean sprouts

Some Chinese Chives (cut into 2-inch strips)

1-2 tbs of chilli paste

2 garlic (minced)

Prawns (shelled & deveined)

1 Chinese Sausage (sliced)

1 egg

1 tbs Light Soy Sauce

½ tbs Dark Soy Sauce


Pork Lard Crisps & oil (optional)


1) Stir fry the prawns in some oil. Dish out.

2) Fry the sliced Chinese Sausage. Dish out.

3) Heat up some vegetable oil or lard oil. Fry the garlic and chilli paste.

4) Add the noodles, do a quick stir fry.

5) Push the noodles aside, break the egg and scramble it. Then mix the eggs with the noodles.

6) Add the beansprout, chives, prawns and Chinese Sausage.

7) Season the noodles.

8) Serve the noodles with crispy pork lard on top. I like mine with an extra sunny side up egg.