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Steamed Vermicelli Roll

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S.k. Wong

on 28 November 2012

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Transcript of Steamed Vermicelli Roll

Steamed Vermicelli Roll prepared by SK Wong How to make it ? Steamed Vermicelli Roll is a kind of rice-made food. It is now the necessary snack in Tea Houses and hotels of Canton. It is a thin roll made from a wide strip of rice noodles, filled with shrimp, pork, beef, vegetables, or other ingredients. Sweet soy sauce is poured over the dish upon serving. Steamed vermicelli roll is also known as Cheecheong Fun where cheecheong means pig intestine, and fun means vermicelli. OH~ The intestine-like Vermicelli rolls are very delicious! Cheecheong Fun Qianlong
Emperor As to the origin
of the name (Cheecheong Fun) ,tradition has it that once Qianlong Emperor went to Canton ,and had Steamed Vermicelli Rolls as breakfast .He thought it really toothsome and looked like small intestines
of a pig. Cookers: A steam pot;
a steam tray;
some bowls;
a teaspoon;
two tablespoons;
a brush. Raw and processed material : 70 grams sieved rice flour;
a tbsp wheat flour;
a tbsp corn flour;
1/4 tsp salt;
3 tbsps oil;
some water. 230ml water+ 70g rice flour
+ a tbsp wheat flour
+a tbsp corn flour
+1/4 tsp salt
+3 tbsps oil stir continuously cover and let it rest for an hour brush with oil stir well each time
and spread a thin layer of batter steam it for
minutes sprinkle something
you like scrape and fold it Remove them to a plate then
pour over some sweet soy sauce
according to individual taste
and enjoy the "heung" (meaning: good aroma)
and "whaat" (meaning: smooth or slippery) Steamed Vermicelli Roll! repeat the steps above ,
and make 3 rolls at least··· Introduction Thank you for listening !
Hope you will like the traditional
snack from my hometown. And now it's time for you to prepare
some shrimp, pork, beef, vegetables,
or other ingredients as fillings.
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