Kopi-tiam auntie making my Zhu Chang Fen. This freshly made version from young rice flour is done on the spot after you place your order. Just the way I like it. Not really a fan of the normal Zhu Chang Fen they sell for breakfast at the market.
The auntie steams the rice flour mixture then transfers it to a cool metal tray where she places freshly steamed prawns in a row.
The mixture is rolled up and chopped into bite-size pieces before being transferred to a box where the delectable HK dimsum style sauce is poured over the Zhu Chang Fen.
It's translucent texture all rolled up makes it look like pig's intestine. Hence, the name "Zhu Chang Fen".