Recently we made an interesting discovery at the market.
They were selling chee cheong fun at RM1.50 for ten pieces, which is 20% of the price they charge you at food stalls.
Best of all, it’s the rolled up chee cheong fun that I love.
To prepare the chee cheong fun, we just steamed them for about ten minutes in a wok.
When heated up, just cut to bite sized pieces and sprinkle with toasted sesame seeds.
We dressed with some sweet sauce (which was sold in concentrated form in a jar) which we dilluted with some hot water.
It’s funny but in our house we have two different chee cheong fun sauces. I grew up and love the dark sweet variety but Poey Chin prefers the sweet sourish sauce you can find in Ipoh.
Sometimes we would also buy some pieces fish ball or fu chuk to go with the chee cheong fun.
This has become one of my favourite breakfast meals.