Recipes MALAYSIAN-STYLE CHEE CHEONG FUN 7 months ago 1 Comment Facebook Prev Article Next Article Facebook Prev Article Next Article Related Posts New Recipe: Cheese Is the Best Thing To Serve With Cookies admin February 10, 2022 New Recipe: Love Watermelon? Make Quick And Yummy Popsicles With This Easy Recipe | 5 Popsicle Mould Options admin April 22, 2021 New Recipe: New Tanqueray gin and tonic cans in London Dry and fruity Flor de Sevilla admin April 15, 2021 New Recipe: In the Kitchen With Ricky: Peanut butter and jelly muffins are a twist on a childhood favorite admin March 31, 2022 New Recipe: Making Irish soda bread and stew tonight? Here are some tips. admin March 18, 2021 New Recipe: No-Churn Pistachio Ice Cream Recipe and Photos admin March 6, 2021 About The Author More from this Author One Response makitchen9 October 27, 2021 Chee Cheong Fun found in Malaysia is on another level of flavor! The toppings – from fish cakes, yong tau foo, fried tofu skins, etc. are smothered in a variety of different sauces. You can find a savory-sweet hoisin sauce, a soybean chili sauce, and even a shrimp paste sauce! I made today’s version with the hoisin-based sauce. Here is the step-by-step [recipe tutorial](https://youtu.be/6T7CtkpEf7w)! Ingredients – 2 Servings * 150g Hoisin Sauce 海鲜酱 150克 * 1/2 TBSP Sugar 砂糖 1/2 汤匙 * 1 TBSP Sesame Oil 麻油 1汤匙 * 1 TBSP Maltose 麦芽糖 1汤匙 * 100ml Water 水 100克 ​ * Fresh Rice Sheets or Rice Noodle Rolls * Variety of Fish Cakes * Fried Tofu Skin * Yong Tau Foo * Toasted Sesame Seeds * Green Onions Instructions 1. Combine hoisin sauce, sugar, sesame oil, maltose, and water in a small sauce pan. 2. Heat on medium heat until well-combined 3. Cut your fresh rice noodles into 2″ sheets and steam until hot. 4. In a separate pot, bring some water to a boil and reheat the fish cakes and yong tau foo 5. Yong tau foo and fish cakes can be bought pre-made at your local Asian supermarket. 6. Rip fried tofu skin into pieces. 7. Finely chop green onions 8. Plate rice noodles with a hefty amount of sauce, top with fish cakes, yong tau foo, fried tofu skin, green onions, and sesame seeds. Reply Add Comment Cancel Reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.