Thursday, June 7, 2018

Kuy Teav

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Kuy Teav (Khmer: គុយទាវ, Thai: ก๋วยเตี๋ยว kuai tiao, Vietnamese: hủ tiếu; from Simple Hanzi: Traditional Hanzi: 粿 , lit: Mi) is a kind of noodle dish consisting of kwetiau from rice with pork broth, served with meat and vegetables on it.

Kuy teav is generally derived from the influence of Chinese cuisine in Southeast Asia. This dish is popular as breakfast dishes in Cambodia, and South Vietnam, can also be found in Singapore, Thailand, and several other Southeast Asian countries. Kuy teav sold in phsar (market), stalls, restaurants, and restaurants in Cambodia. This dish is preferred for its savory sweetness with added aromatic flavor.