Tuesday, 26 January 2010
This is a guest post from Allie Food Talk.
Ki Xiang offers two types of bah kut teh; bah kut teh soup and dry bah kut teh. Dry bah kut teh is not very common or popular in Penang but is already common in KL. Another stall that is selling dry bah kut teh is at opposite Tesco Extra Penang.
I like my bah kut teh to be served in a claypot to maintain the warmth of the soup. There are still a minimal stalls using normal bowl for bah kut teh.
The dry bah kut teh is also serve in a claypot. There are some dry chilies, ladies finger and dried cuttlefish to enhance the flavour of the dry bah kut teh.
You can always choose your favourite type of meat to be included in your bah kut teh. I don’t really know how to differentiate the parts of the pork. So, I’ll just let the pictures do the talking
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