Kuay-Teow-Rad-Na is a Cantonese single noodle dish. Originated in China, this dish is commonly found when Chinese people started their business for restaurant or noodles shop. In the first period, they cooked only fried noodles dish for Chinese people. Once it was an easy single dish, it become popular among Chinese and Thai people.
Kuay-Teow-Rad-Na dish has 5 groups of nutrients, for example, rice noodles made from rice flour. 100 G of noodles consumption contains 220 kcal from oily fried noodles while 100 G of steamed rice contains 110 kcal and for 1 portion served contains 397 kcal.
120 grams fat rice noodles
50 grams pork, sliced
50 grams Chinese kale, cut in pieces
2 tablespoons fermented soy bean sauce
1 tablespoon light soy sauce
1 cup pork or chicken stock
2 tablespoons corn flour mixed with some water
2 tablespoons vegetable oil for frying