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Thursday, September 28, 2023

Ah Wei Claypot Food

 While waiting for the group to enjoy their durian feast nearby, we headed to Qing Feng Huat for our quick dinner. The place consist of many stalls in the evening and we were simply spoilt for choices.

Qing Feng Huat

After walking a few rounds, we finally decided on Ah Wei Claypot food.

Ah Wei Claypot Food

We had the signatures Claypot E-Mee Dry and Claypot Lou Shi Fun Dry from their menu. These are commonly found in Malaysian cuisine. 

The flavor of Claypot E-Mee Dry is a harmonious blend of savory, umami, and sometimes slightly sweet notes. The stir-frying process imparts a wok hei (breath of the wok) aroma and adds depth to the overall taste. The sauce, often a combination of soy sauce, oyster sauce, and other seasonings, coats the noodles and ingredients, infusing them with its savory goodness.

Claypot E-Mee Dry 瓦煲焖老鼠粉 - RM 10

The dish offers a delightful interplay of textures. The egg noodles are typically cooked to a perfect balance between softness and a slight chewiness. The addition of meat contributes a tender and succulent texture.

Claypot Lou Shi Fun Dry 瓦煲焖伊面 - RM 10

The use of claypot in preparation of the dish is notable. The claypot retains and distribute the heat evenly which also means that the noodle at the bottom get a slightly crispy texture while the top remains tender. Enjoy this dual texture of the dish!

Its just so yummy

Overall, the dishes were comforting and flavorful dish that captures the essence of Malaysian cuisine. The variety of flavors and textures, resulting in a well-rounded and satisfying eating experience. 

Ah Wei Claypot Food
Qing Feng Huat Restaurant, 2, Jalan Bestari 7/2,Taman Nusa Bestari,81300 Skudai, Johor, Malaysia.

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