Fimela.com, Jakarta Kwayiau is one type of noodles or noodles made from rice flour. Kwetiau comes from the “Hokkian” language, a Chinese dialect that is commonly used in the Southeast Asian region, including Indonesia. Kwetiau is also known as kway teow, guay tiew, ho fun, or sen yai in several countries.
Kwayiau has a soft and chewy texture. These noodles are usually in the form of thin and wide sheets, similar to egg noodles, but differ in the basic ingredients. Kwetiau can be cooked in various ways, such as fried, boiled, or made into soup.
Kwayiau Goreng is a popular dish, in which the kwetiau is stir-fried with other ingredients such as meat, prawns, vegetables and eggs. In addition, fried kwetiau also has a savory taste and is rich in spices, such as sweet soy sauce, oyster sauce, and other spices. Here’s an easy recipe for making home-style fried kwetiau that you can try: