There were several stalls selling steam groundnuts in Teluk Intan. I am not sure if Teluk Intan is famous for them or what but when I see rows of stalls selling the same stuff, I couldn’t resist getting some. Kinda tourist mentality, isn’t it? Whatever is sold, must buy.
Nice, large groundnuts. RM5 for 1 kilogramme. The nuts were fresh but not soft and salty enough.
TELUK INTAN CHEE CHEONG FUN
I know Teluk Intan is famous for it’s chee cheong fun and went hunting for a stall around the town.
I do not know where to find the best stall so any old stall will do. It was the first day of Hari Raya and the whole town is practically ‘sleeping’. Finally, found one behind a Chinese temple. What I like about Teluk Intan Chee Cheong Fun is it’s simplicity. I can’t figure out what are those brown bits but I heard they are preserved cabbages. The chee cheong fun has no sauce unlike those stinky ones in Penang or the Ipoh kind with soya sauce.
Teluk Intan Chee Cheong Fun only has some preserved green chillies to accompany this plain, simple taste steamed rice noodles.
Anyone can give me some leads where to find the best chee cheong fun, Teluk Intan style?