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Eat May Know - Longest and Crispiest Yau Char Kway

Old Mr Lim was initially a rojak seller who sold youtiao after a quarrel with his supplier. The dough fritters at 食就知 are freshly made every morning in the stall by Mr Lim’s four children. The crispy and light fritters tasted best when dipped into soya bean milk. Also, these foot-long sticks were the largest I had seen sold in Singapore. According to folklore, Yau Char Kway literally means ‘deep-frying the devil’, made in this shape to represent a traitorous couple who betrayed Chinese patriot Yue Fei. Therefore, it is best eaten piping hot right out of the frying......

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