Pronounced in Cantonese is Chee Cheung Fun or Jyu Cheung Fan. It is a Cantonese dish from Guangdong Province in Southern China and Hong Kong commonly served either as a snack, small meal or as a variety of dim sum. The steaming of Chee Cheung Fun is similar to Shahe Fen (rice noodles).
Chee cheong fun goes well wrapped around a Chinese cruller or also known as you tiau or cakoi, sprinkled with sesame seeds, home-made fragrant soy sauce, and a dash of chilli for a kick. Other serving suggestions Serve the cut rice rolls with vegetable curry or curry sauce, garnished with a dollop of chilli paste.
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Helmed by a former dim sum chef hailing from Hong Kong, Xiang Gang Xin Kou Wei is tucked away in Aljunied Market and Food Centre, and has a number of chee cheong fun variations on the menu that are unconventional. Expect Slice Fish Chee Cheong Fun ($2.50), Shredded Chicken Chee Cheong Fun ($2.50) and even XO Durian Chee Cheong Fun ($2.50).
Directions. Start by preparing the batter. In a mixing bowl, combine rice flour, corn starch, wheat starch, and tapioca flour and stir with a whisk. Then, slowly whisk in water to form a smooth batter, cover the bowl with a cling film or kitchen towel and set it aside for 30 minutes. After that, boil some water in the steamer.
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