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Klang Bak Kut Teh

Klang Bak Kut Teh

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I recently went on a short weekend getaway to Malacca, and brought home some Klang Bak Kut Teh (bkt) spice mix. I know I’m not in Klang, but I reckon I have a high chance of buying it in Malaysia.

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I absolutely love Malaysian-style (not just Klang-style) bak kut teh because of the herbal taste and the generous ingredients in it compared to our local style: usually there will be tau kee (beancurd sticks), liver, intestines, mushrooms and more. Cooking bak kut teh is easy with ready spice mix. I added enoki mushrooms, canned straw mushrooms, tau kee and tau pok in my home-version.

Klang Bak Kut Teh (Sides & Condiments)To me, to enjoy a truly satisfying klang bak kut teh, the side condiments are important. I had mine with minced garlic, dark soy sauce, sliced chilli padi and you tiao (fried fritters).

30 comments on “Klang Bak Kut Teh”

  1. Hi Wiffy,
    Thanks for sharing this!
    I used to only enjoy peppery BKT but ever since I tried Leong Kee (Klang) bak kut teh at Beach Rd, I love the herbal soup with tau Kee n intestines! Oh plus freshly chopped garlic! I would love to get hold of the ready mix spices if available in Spore!

  2. Hi there, may I know where to get the wrinkled type of tau kee? Those I found in supermarkets are always the smooth type. Thanks in advance! :D

  3. Oh! I tried this Klang bak kut teh before. It’s very delicious!

  4. Where in Malacca did u buy the bkt spice mix from? I’m taking a trip there next mth. Hope to be able to buy it n give it a try.

  5. I very seldom (or never?) had Malaysia-style BKT. Seems that this style of BKT can be loaded with ingredients :)

    I like that you make the whole set of BKT so complete when it comes to cooking it at home – from the You Tiao to the dark soy sauce and chili padi!

  6. This dish is so foreign to me, but it looks beautiful! You’re so lucky to travel to so many different places to try out new foods and get ideas for your recipes. :) Keep up the great work!

  7. I hv been looking for the Mo Sang Kor restaurants to try too, but unfortunately the one nearest to myhouse has closed down. Now i know they also sell theirown premix :) did you buy those condiment dishes in Jonker Street? I hv the same ones too :)

  8. Hi Wiffy
    Is it possible to post the image of the klang bak kut teh spice mix / Mo Sang Kor? Do they sell it in Singapore? Need to hunt for it leh …

  9. I love Klang BBT for the herbal taste too, looks delicious!

  10. 毛山稿肉骨茶 just very near my house, hehehe..we very often having BKT for breakfast, lunch and dinner, Klang people is like that,hahaha..Your BKT meal look exactly like 毛山稿肉骨茶 shop.

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