Rightful owner : Mom
This is my eldest brother's favourite ... mom makes it rather often. It reminds me of the many hawkers that came to our village together with the Chinese Operas .. there's always a stall that served Cheng T'ng(ngow be T'ng in my dialect), Ang Tau T'ng and Lek Tau Suan.
Lek Tau Suan Ingredients: Split green bean (mung beans. Without the green skin, it's actually yellow) sweet potato flour sugar pandan leaves method: Soak split beans for an hour or so, steam till cooked. Score and tie pandan leaves into a knot put in a pot with water, add sugar and bring to boil. Removed pandan. Mix sweet potato flour with water, stir and add too boiling liquid to thicken. Add split beans and stir in ... done! Serve with You Char Kway You Char Kway Ingredients: 500g flour 1 egg a little margarine some yeast pinch of salt oil Method: Dissolve yeast in glass of water. Mix flour with margarine, add egg, salt and yeast. Kead well, add water if dought is too hard and add flour if wet. Cover dough with damp cloth. Sprinkle flour on rolling board and flatten the dough. Cut into strips. Wet the centre of one with a wet chopstick, place another strip over and press with a dry chopstick so the two stick together. Pull to lengthen and deep fry in hot oil. note: Mom never makes You Char Kway, in fact I don't think it's ever made at home! This recipe I found somewhere ...Source - Thian's Mom