Claypot Lou Shu Fun Recipe (Claypot Silver Needle Noodles) 瓦煲老鼠粉 | Huang Kitchen

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Claypot Loh Shu Fun (Claypot Silver Needle Noodles) 瓦煲老鼠粉

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Claypot Lou Shu Fun is another Malaysian’s favourite noodle dish and is frequently sold in most coffee shops and street food restaurants. However, this delicious and flavourful dish is so simple to make, you can actually cook it at home and a delicious yet piping hot one meal dish will be ready in no time! Maybe a good idea for a simple weekend lunch or dinner too.

Lou Shu Fun (老鼠粉), also known as Silver Needle Noodles or Bee Tai Bak (米苔目) is a variety of Chinese noodles. It is white in colour and semi-translucent, made from rice flour and cornflour. Hence, the smooth and shiny texture. The noodles are stir-fried with a generous amount of minced meat and shiitake mushrooms, then served in a heated claypot. The claypot helps to retain heat so the stir-fried noodle remains tender and smooth in the claypot.

Just before serving, an egg is usually cracked on the top and cubes of fried salted fish are drizzled alongside it, making the noodle dish extremely appealing for the eyes as well as our tastebuds.

The topping of the raw egg is the crowning glory for the claypot lou shu fun … a MUST have! Certainly a fantastic noodle dish, not to be missed. Best served with Pickled Green Chillies (

As always, ENJOY!


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Claypot Lou Shu Fun Recipe (Claypot Silver Needle Noodles) 瓦煲老鼠粉 | Huang Kitchen

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  1. What a very interesting looking knife, have never seen one like this. Beautiful recipe and technique. Thumbs up from Sunny Florida.

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