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Oct 23, 2011

ക WhyAskWhy¿ (12) 油炸鬼 Oil-fried Devil

source:Wikipedia
Nope! Bananaz not blogging about food better to leave it to the foodie experts. Been eating the Chinese cruller 油炸鬼 *pinyin:yóu zhá guǐ* 'Oil-fried Devil' better known in proper Mandarin as 油條 *pinyin:yóutiáo* since a kid which is made of dough, deep fried to golden-brown and usually a popular food eaten for breakfast. After all these years of munching the Chinese crullers, the devilish name 油炸鬼*pinyin:yóu zhá guǐ* 'Oil-fried Devil' did not strike Bananaz's WhyAskWhy until lately after his nephew shared the story which started the wok frying to go into further details and research of how on earth which and what devil got deep fried in the oil?


By mentioning the name Yuè Fēi 岳飛, (AD1103 – 1142) two sets of distinctive four Chinese words would trigger the mind for those who had known Chinese history. Yes it's 十二金牌 and 盡忠報國. The first set was an order by Emperor Gaozong高宗 who was under the evil influence of his official issued the 十二金牌*pinyin:shí'èr jīn pái* Twelve Golden Medallions to recall Yuè Fēi to return to the capital fearing he could be too powerful after he has led his army to recover most of the lost territory and the latter set is the four Chinese characters 盡忠報國*pinyin:jìn zhōng bào guó* which was tatooed across Yuè Fēi's back by his beloved mother meaning to serve and protect the country with utmost loyalty. What could be the relationship between a military General Yuè Fēi, an icon of patriotism and national hero in Chinese culture and the evil Oil-Fried Devil?


That's how the medallion roughly looks like. Pixz taken from the movie by Shaw Brothers "Twelve Golden  Medallions"

The story goes back to the Song Dynasty's Prime Minister Qin Hui or Guì 秦檜 and his wife, Lady Wang王氏 conspired with two of his subordinates, Moqi Xie万俟軼 and Zhang Jun 張俊, who successfully framed and caused the death of the innocent military General Yuè Fēi. According to folklore, the people of Hangzhou became extremely angry, hating Qin Hu and his wife to the bone protested by making the cruller depicting Qin Hui秦檜 and his wife with one roll representing the husband and the other the wife joining together and fried them in oil calling out loudly the name 油炸檜 *pinyin:yóu zhá huì* 'Oil-fried Hui'. As 檜Hui and 鬼Gui were conflated with its homophone eventually 油炸檜 *pinyin:yóu zhá huì* 'Oil-fried Hui' evolved to 油炸鬼*pinyin:yóu zhá guǐ* 'Oil-fried Devil' and even until today. In Cantonese-speaking areas it is known as yàu cha gwái *油炸鬼* where '鬼' *gwái* also refers to devil or ghost. Truth or Myth? Bananaz's Beleaf It Or Not!

 
(Kindly take note the actual Oil-fried Devil is after 0.19mins the earlier ones are called 'mah geok' meaning horse legs. tQ to Autumn Belle for the info.)

For their treacherous part that caused the death of Yuè Fēi 岳飛, the most famous patriot, martyr and hero in Chinese history, iron statues of Qin Hui, Lady Wang, and two of Qin Hui's subordinates, Moqi Xie and Zhang Jun, were made to kneel before Yuè Fēi's tomb (located by Hangzhou's West Lake). For centuries, these statues have been cursed, spat and urinated upon by young and old. However in modern times, these statues are protected as historical relics. As one enters the gateposts of Yuè Fēi's mausoleum there is a poem which reads: "The green hill is fortunate to be the burial ground of a loyal general, the white iron was innocent to be cast into the statues of traitors."

Iron statues of the Qin Hui, Lady Wang, Moqi Xie & Zhang Jun with General Yuè Fēi in the middle, source:Wikipedia


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lina said...

Hi Mr Bananaz! Long time no hear update from you. ^^

lina said...

Wah, hatred against the two conspiring couple made the folks invent a new food in protest?

lina said...

The crullers sure have an interesting history. I will not look and eat them the same way again.

Thank you for sharing such an interesting story. :)

One said...

Interesting video clip. The way of making looks different from what is seen on the roadside. Furthermore, there are toppings. Yummy!

wenn said...

wow, I hvn't tried the YCK with stuff inside.

reanaclaire said...

Seldom take YCK... very oily .. but remember young that time, mum used to buy for us to dip in black coffee...

MODERN ROBINSON CRUSOE said...

Oh man, there's even a history behind Yau char koay!!!

Thx for the enlightenment :)

Isaac Tan said...

wow bananaz, that's a detailed and complete story to tell for the origins of the name. We all eat eat eat but never bother to dig further. Thanks for the sharing!

[SK] said...

hey, the 油炸鬼 post is taking you more than half a month to write?? haha, well, this "karangan" really needs lots of research huh?? not easy at all, at least [SK] didn't even know the story behind~~ :p

[SK] said...

i actually thought that's some "product" from one of the levels of the hell where the ghost are punished by deep frying them in pairs in hot oil~~ :p

Windsmoke. said...

Bonza tale. Deep fried food not so Bonza :-).

suituapui said...

Kui (devil)...not koi (biscuit) kah? Always thought it's yeu char koi...

Hmmmm....now people call it yeu tiaw - oily stick. What a name! LOL!!! Nowadays, shrinking - getting smaller and not so nice - not like before. You like you yeu tiaw big and long or not? LOL!!!

Uncle Lee said...

Hi Bananaz, wow! Now I know.....I love eating this with iced coffee or when having wonton noodles.
Never knew there's a story behind it too.
We get them here in most of the Chinese supermarkets....or even Vietnamese ones.
You have a nice day.
Lee.

khengsiong said...

In 'standard' Mandarin, this is called 炸油條 fried oil rolls.

Daniel Chiam said...

It's great to go back to history class and learn something especially about food :D

Daisy said...

Those crullers look like they would be tasty. It was interesting to see them being made. Nice post, Bananaz! :)

Hayley said...

I'm bad at history and not interested at all, LOL.
But the video you shared is interesting to watch!

Amelia's De-ssert said...

Hi Bananaz, thanks for sharing the video clip and history of the deep fried ghost. Have a nice day.

P/S Today no chocking, so need to put disclaimer. hahaha....

Merryn said...

tsk tsk... this kinda thing oso u can wonder why.. haha.. i eat i dont wonder oso. maybe i'm the type who doesn't really care about why this is this and why that is like that. as long as there is something in front of me i dun even bother to know why or how it got there in the first place :D

Janine said...

wow i never knew this about yck - i still love them even though they are unhealthy though!

mNhL said...

haha...i was always wondering why that name. And it;s our family's favourite to eat with bak kut teh and porridge. yummy !

yvonne said...

oh, I love "you char kueh"; same as STP, kueh not kui??

didn't know there's a story behind this kueh until your entry here. have enjoy this oil-fried kueh for the longest time and still loving it.

nice story-sharing of yue fei, qin hu and his wife....

HappySurfer said...

I like it fresh (crispy) and dunked in hot coffee. Yum!

Great history lesson there, Bananaz. It's always interesting to know the background of things, including food. It gives one a new meaning the next time one comes across it. Thank you for sharing.

Small Kucing said...

ooo so that is the story of YCG. WHat about ham chim peah?

Autumn Belle said...

Now, Bananaz is like Sherlock Jones (Sherlock Homes and Indiana Jones), doing detective work in history, so I am impressed and like this. I still like YCG with black coffee. It was my food craving at night when pregnant with 2nd child. In the video, the fried stuff shown in the begining is 'mah geok' or horse legs, not YCG. YCG takes good in BKT (Bah kut teh) and porridge, also stuffed with fish cake in YTF (yong tau foo) style. Now they have many different stuffings. But I still like plain YCG with lots of sesame seeds. It goes well with coffe like tea and scones, we have coffee and YCGee...

London Caller said...

If our ancestors knew to use sugar to make them sweet. They invented the world's first yumyums.

If only lah...

Just like if only I got the 4D right lah...

Kordo said...

Del-i-c-ious!

lena said...

oh so this 油炸鬼 is somehow relates to the story of general yue fei...i thought something to do with hell..where they said if you do bad, then you'll be deepfried in the hell wok!!

rainfield61 said...

油炸鬼 + black coffee, or 油炸鬼 + porridge, or油炸鬼 + Bak Kut Teh:

Yummy.

foongpc said...

Oh! I think I heard the story before but maybe not in such detail haha!! Thanks for sharing!!

foongpc said...

I love youtiao but just got to stop myself from eating them cos they are not very healthy. Well once in a while is OK haha!

Leovi said...

Well ... In my more than I like fried oil crude olive oil, if only with bread ... and some good wine.

Lily Riani said...

chup! i never new the gui is equiv to ghost cos i nvr check the writing in chinese. argh.... somehow i find it skeri now! dang!

Yee Ling said...

Huh..there was a story behing this youtiao...All I know is eat n eat...Sedap but feeling guilty later because it is so OILY!

Casendra said...

walau so informative... hahahaha...great sharing :)

ladyviral said...

i thought it was a myth to prevent ghost from bothering the citizens haha.

Willie a.k.a Reptoz said...

Uh..the history gave me headache. Huhu..but the thing you posted..? We call it cakoi, in Sarawak.

Bananazஇ said...

Lina இ Sorry pretty busy lately. Good thing the people protested and they made it.

One இ The road side wok looks a bit scary sort of called sinful food too.

Wenn இ Normally would go for the 'kosong' YCK..hehe.

Bananazஇ said...

Reanaclaire இ Yeah dunk in black coffee is also my favorite.

MRC இ Truth or myth? haha. tQ sama sama

Isaac Tan இ Hope its not too boring with facts, maybe could short cut slightly as not to appear too dry. tQ sama sama.

Bananazஇ said...

[SK] இ Getting a bit restless after two weeks no new post haha. Two things combine busy with work and the 'research' keep unveiling new findings so dig further and further haha. Bananaz learn quite a lot too. Those frying you referred to the underworld under Mr Yim Moh Wong's territory haha.

Windsmoke இ Deep fried food aka sinful food.

Suituapui இ Different dialects would have their different version. Proper is called 'yew tiaw or you tiao' and Banananz loves the Taiwanese soya + you tiao, very popular in Taiwan. Ho ho chiak!

Bananazஇ said...

Uncle Lee இ Most Asian countries have their very own style. Bananaz loves them dunk in kopi 'o' haha.

Khengsiong இ Yeah that's more officially known.

Daniel Chiam இ Hope not too boring and dry but my message is on both the crullers and Yue Fei.

Bananazஇ said...

Daisy இ Not sure you have tasted them in your place mostly they are sold together with dim sum.

Hayley இ Many don't like history but no choice but to connect with Yue Fei.

Amelia's De-ssert இ Haha no need disclaimer but warning this is gonna be dry.

Bananazஇ said...

Merry இ Be be liddat one haha. Quite normal wallop sahaja don't ask lolz.

Janine இ tQ for dropping by, yeah sinful food. My dad is very against YCK or any deep fried food and lived until 92 haha.

mNhL இ Heard it is harmful to eat food when it is cursed with hatred and worst deep fried haha. Bananaz loves them either with kopi 'o' or BKT.

Bananazஇ said...

Yvonne இ Only only Hokkien would say 'kueh' Canto/Hakka is 'kwai'. Not sure about Teow Chew, Hailam etc.

HappySurfer இ Dunked in kopi 'o' is our usual style maybe may try in coffee. tQ sama sama

Small Kucing இ Yeah lah hor, what story for ham chim peah? Scratching head, shall google haha.

Bananazஇ said...

Autumn Belle இ Yeah Virgo thinking sama with kopi 'o'? haha. tQ for the info about horse legs, the second part of the video is the YCG or YCK. Sorry didn't highlight them regarding the video well might as well add-in now. tQ. Oh your 2nd child made you crave for it huh.

London Caller இ In Canto often say 'choe chi moh hut yi'. If only we know there will not be beggars. haha

Kordo இ Great. tQ for dropping by a bit dry about Chinese history.

Quay Po Cooks said...

I have heard the story of Yue Fei from my mum but she did not tell me about the story about YCK:D It is good to know. Next time anyone ask me why YCK, I have story to tell. Thanks for taking time to share this with us.

Bananazஇ said...

Lena இ Like Bananaz comment to [SK] that frying is in Mr Yim Mo Wong's territory haha.

Rainfield61 இ Spot on! Three common different combination. Yummy!

Foongpc இ Yeah agree, its sinful food haha.

Bananazஇ said...

Leovi இ Can try them in Chinese restaurant they serve them together with dimsum.

Lily Riani இ Eating the devil huh hahaha.

Yee Ling இ Oily, sinful and heaty but once in a while OK one. haha.

Bananazஇ said...

Casendra இ tQ scary now that you are eating the devil haha.

Ladyviral இ Wow another great version then haha.

Willie a.k.a Reptoz இ Sorry lah pening sikit with history coz got connection haha. Oh you call cakoi in Sarawak. They cut short the 'yew' haha. Penangites would say yew cakoi.

Alice Law said...

Kesian 岳飛... such a holy and faithful warrior ended up being framed and executed!

Wow, you are even very good at Chinese history, not often I see among banana I reckon! Hat off!

Gratitude said...

Well researched!!
I remembered watch a TVB series about this piece of history. The part I remmebered well was how hated he was till people took his grave as a regular spitoon.
+Ant+

Ai Shiang said...

Interesting story and delicious food. It has become a "not so cheap" food in foreign land.

Bananazஇ said...

Alice Law இ Sad and full of hatred from the people then for a big loss due to corruption and fear. Actually the Emperor was at fault as he did it for his own protection but then those days the Emperor are above all laws and got away scot free. Bananaz did learn quite a lot from doing 'research' and glad to share of course not all are interested to know but think as Bananaz we can hold our head high as Chinese that at the least we know Yue Fei existed. tQ

Gratitude இ We were there during our last visit to China many years ago and took some photos of the dirty four kneeling but that time not quite interested to know that much and dunno where I placed the photo too. Guess timing is not right else would have click unlimited pixz for sharing now.

Ai Shiang இ Even here as well YCK has shrink as used to be a foot long and gone pricey too haha.

Leovi said...

A truly amazing story.

HappySurfer said...

Hi Bananaz, love the comments you left on my blog. Thank you.

Bananazஇ said...

Leovi இ tQ Gracias..

HappySurfer இ tQ sama sama. Looking forward to your Friday frolics 2moro.

Bengbeng said...

been taking it for granted. never knew its history

Bananazஇ said...

Bengbeng இ Now it will be different when eating oil-fried devil/ghost. haha. tQ for clearing the air in your post on Penang Hill haha.

Jo said...

I love this food! There's a porridge shop in Sunway Pyramid that sells this with porridge and I love it too! Many of us like dipping this in soya milk, coffee etc.

Bananazஇ said...

Jo இ Great. Would like to make a trip there one day. Bananaz would like to dunk into Kopi 'o' haha. tQ.

Alice Phua said...

Oh, I love eating this too but never knew till now that apparently this humble Chinese snack has ancient historical origin to it involving Chinese emperor/general type of people. Thanks for sharing the interesting story! :-)

Bananazஇ said...

Alice Phua இ Quite a sinful snack both in eating it and the history behind hahaha. tQ

Charmaine Pua Li Ping said...

Wah your history post is so long.
I read it from I Love Yoo in Mid Valley LOL!

Bananazஇ said...

Charmaine Pua Li Ping இ Oh yeah moreover history could be a bit dry. Thanks for dropping by may be should keep to two or three para would be ideal. tQ.

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Netster said...

Bananaz you got one big SPAM there :)

Why you're not writing about Fried Banana????? hahaha

The funny thing about You Tiao - sometime I love it sometime I hate it. I was never a big fan but I can eat a lot for the one that seriously delicious :)

We need fried Bananaz

Bananazஇ said...

Netster இ Yalor this spam been going around for some time. Bananaz no fried story to write. True depends can eat those YCK that are nice or simply not touching any. Anyway they are sinful food not too much moderate will do.

Life Ramblings said...

with age catching up, i selcom eat anything deep fried these days.

Life Ramblings said...

i like my YCK with hot porridge though and it's interesting to know this little piece of history behind the food. didn't know about this before.

Life Ramblings said...

i also like my hua chee with roasted sesame seeds, authentic penang style.

Life Ramblings said...

thanks for sharing the story and the yummy video clip. happy weekend.

Sheoh Yan said...

Hey! My late mum shared something like this with us when we were small. I couldn't remember well, but I still remember that it is related to this fella only - 秦檜. He is very wicked man, my mum said one.

Bananazஇ said...

Life Ramblings இ Food like fried bananas, fried chicken are all sinful food haha. Often eaten with kopi 'o' or bak kut teh. But once in a while its OK.

Sheoh Yan இ Corruption can be real messy. Cruel and black heart people can't even die in peace.

Faisal Admar said...

I love Char Koay! :)

Lrong said...

So that's how the chinese characters look like for this oily snack... I am learning something from this post...

Bananazஇ said...

Faisal Admar இ Dunk in kopi 'o' lagi best.

Lrong இ We are forever learning non stop.

London Caller said...

How are you, my friend?
I'm back to England now.
Too bad, I missed the next election ah...
Do you think Mr Najib will still be our next PM?

London Caller said...

Never mind one lah!
Can belanja me next time. ;)
We go to Kajang eat satay - do they have babi hutan satay huh?

Bananazஇ said...

London Caller இ Haha that's a 1 million ringgit answer and shall not be answered who will be the next PM? hehe. Nope so far didn't hear of any satay of this kind. Shall keep ears and eyes open for you. See ya next time around then.

Jay said...

very interesting video clip..
first time here..amazing space you have..
wonderful posts with excellent presentation..
happy following you..;)
do stop by mine sometime..
Tasty Appetite

Bananazஇ said...

Jay இ tQ for dropping by and your kind comments. Will hop over soon.

HappySurfer said...

Saw your comment on SK's. You are quite a linguist, wor. A Linguistic Banana(z)!

Bananazஇ said...

HappySurfer இ Where got? Bananaz's hobby I guess lolz. tQ gracias merci.

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Leovi said...

Chinese statues are usually very overwhelming.

Bananazஇ said...

Mr Lonely இ tQ for dropping by shall slip to your blog soon.

London Caller இ Lucky fragrance free haha.

Cloudia இ My pleasure..Aloha

Leovi இ Yeah.. gracias

Faisal Admar said...

Agree. Soy is not bad too :)

Autumn Belle said...

Bananaz, TQVM for the kind mention in your blog! Do you like other members of the YCG gang? e.g. Ham Chin Beng and Kap Choong in Cantonese. Ham Chin Beng is the rounded one with red bean filling and Kap Choong is also rounded with glutinuous rice filling. Nobody likes to be called "a face that look like Ham Chin Beng", not even Ah Beng ;>)

I saw a franchise, "I love Yoo (老油鬼鬼) selling these stuff at Pavilion KL. So now tourists also can sample the taste.

London Caller said...

Aiyo, your wife does all the shopping.
So you didn't get the chance to see the snake gourds and axe fish lah. ;)

Bananazஇ said...

Faisal Admar இ Yeah agree too

Autumn Belle இ You're most welcome sama sama. Bananaz would prefer the salty Ham Chin Beng than Kap Choong. They also refer when you have a grumpy face like overnight Ham Chin Beng. There's is also one (老油鬼鬼)at Gardens Mid Valley too.

London Caller இ Nope have not seen or eaten before haha.

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oil fried devil sounds kinda funny to me. it's an interesting name anyway!

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lina said...

I'm waiting for the next enlightening post from Bananaz! Fried bananas story also can. xD

Keats The Sunshine Girl said...

Those were the days of YCK. I only eat pieces of them in porridge.Some favourites are lost on me :(

HappySurfer said...

Happy Hari Raya Haji holiday, Bananaz!

Bananazஇ said...

FiSh இ tQ for coming by. Oh sounds the name sounds funny eh! haha

gurgaon escorts இ tQ sorry unable to click on your link.

Lina இ Adui banyak pressure lah hahaha coming up soon.hehe ~;).

Bananazஇ said...

Keats The Sunshine Girl இ Sinful food eat less for health haha.

HappySurfer இ Cowabunga! Happy holidays to you too.

Bengbeng said...

yesterday i had a version of it where they serve it with mayonase..tasted good too but full of calories i am sure

Bananazஇ said...

Bengbeng இ Not too often 'classified' as sinful food hahaha. My late dad seldom eat them or anything fried.

jam said...

Good story about the "You Tiao". I did come across this General Yue Fei Mausoleum during my trip to Hangzhou, planned to go in but it was closed at night. If only I went in, then I can share more about this.

Bananazஇ said...

jam இ Oh you missed it. Have captured a few pixz of the statues when I was there but didn't pay too much attention to the tourist guide as the group was too big. That was before I started blogging else would snap as many as possible.

Twilight Man said...

I had a good giggle at this story. Many people teased my parents with this fried stuffs as they still held hands and danced ballroom until their early 80s.

Twilight Man said...

I really love this Yau Char Kwai with Kopi-O and Porridge! It is heavenly food!

Twilight Man said...

When it is Aroi Mak Mak, we don't care about the calories ya!

Bananazஇ said...

Twilight Man இ OK what to hold hands even at age 80 or 90s. Yup with kopi 'o' kin aroi mak mak though 'sinful' nit noi should be OK. khob kun krub.

Seow wei said...

Thanks for your great history story about it, now I know.

Kian Fai Koh said...

Hey! First of all! Thank you that you drop by my blog :)

I do love Yao Zhar Guai :)

And You remind me of the history of it. Last time when I was primary school I use to listen and read history comic, talk about Yue Fei, Newton and lot of character (every morning in Library read comic) hehehe

Kian Fai Koh said...

Yao Zhar Guai as known as Fried Fritters. Mix with porridge also yum, now I feel like having feast of porridge and hunt down awesome taste porridge! :D

I know there is a Chicken Rice Stall at USJ Subang sell nice chicken rice and porridge there is not bad X)

Bananazஇ said...

Seow Wei இ tQ for dropping by.

Kian Fai Koh இ tQ for dropping by. You are Chinese ed? Heard of Yue Fei from my Mama and watch movies and there are not much English book on him. Not like now the internet is so easy find info. Great to dip YZG in porridge yummy. A sinful food not to take too much haha. Guess not easy to describe the location of that Chicken Rice Stall in USJ.

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