Friday, October 14, 2011

Chee Cheong Fun Teluk Intan's Style

What do you think these people outside are waiting for?

none other than the Teluk Intan
famous Chee Cheong Fun, of course!!

secretly I managed to snap some pictures...
on how-to-do-CCF... hehehe...

non-stop grinding the flour...

becoming watery...

and steaming them...

the crowd still waiting for their turn...

my tour guide counting his pre-orders...
.....more than 100 packets!

upon reaching home, the first thing I did ...
was to "wallop" up this ...
infamous Teluk Intan's Chee Cheong Fun!


  1. Their chee cheong fun is very flavourful but too oily for me. Eating that once in a while is ok but not too regularly loh...

  2. Pam, I didnt even notice the glossiness.. but i guess ccf have to be "glossy" otherwise they stick.. yes, better not to eat so often.. me once a blue moon.. 2nd time tasting them only..

  3. so this is the shop that sells the famous ccf? next time i shall ask my friend to "tapau" for me when she goes teluk intan.

  4. lena, do try.. something different from Ipoh..

  5. Oh gosh, I am anxious to know what this IS??? Is it a food called fun? You must explain to us who don't know.

  6. I eagerly waited in line for the chee cheong fun, but it turned out below my expectation :( Still prefer the plain ones eaten with lots of gravy sauce and yong tau fu.

  7. Very special. Love how you show the preparation.


  8. I have no idea what it is or how it taste, but the last photo doesn't look that good to me. LOL Sorry. Have a wonderful week-end.

  9. Agree with Patty - it does not look very appealing...but then again, some things don't look nice and yet they taste great. Regardless, anything that needs queuing and waiting, sorry lah!!!

  10. yerrr! why does it look like that?
    sumore 100++ packets? wow!

  11. First I see this type of chee cheong fun. What is those black colour stuffs?

  12. OOpps!!..that is CCF. It looks very oily and not very appealing but never judge a book by its cover.

  13. ooo ccf :)

    haha, i found it funny how you secretly shot those behind the scenes photo. Like a spy eh :)

  14. Claire I have heard of this CCF but I've never tried it before. Btw, what makesit so special and what's dark stuffs in the CCF?
    Making me salivate~lol!

  15. this is the first time i see this kind of Chee Cheong Fun. Nice or not? What's the black-black thing?

  16. Inside is dried prawns and some sengkuang.. or choy poe a bit.. if i m not mistaken.. hahaha.. can anyone confirm?

  17. i've never heard of this food, but it must be yummy. hehe ;)


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