Thursday, July 29, 2010

Spore Fried Bihun

Here comes a simple and easy to cook fried vermicelli or "bihun". Ermm, some named it Singapore Fried Bihun and how the name came about, I am not too sure... Anyway, my kids labelled it as Tomato Sauce fried bihun... * v *

Simple Ingredients : serve 4

  • 1/2 packet of bihun - soaked in water for about 15 mins to soften
  • some shredded carrots
  • 1 cup beansprout
  • 2 big red onions - cut into half ring
  • 2 pieces beancurd
  • 200gms shelled prawns
sauce ingredients : 2 Tbs curry powder + 4 Tbs tomato sauce + 1 Tbs fish sauce, add with 1/2 cup water

Simple Process :
1. Heat the wok with some oil and fry the cut pieces of beancurd till golden brown, dish out
2. Heat the wok with some oil and saute the cut onion till aromatic, add in the prawns and stir fry for 1 minute.
3. Add in the soaked bihun and the sauce ingredients, add 1/2 cup of water and stir to mix well with the sauce, lower the fire and close the lid of wok for 5 mins
4. Add in the beansprout, shredded carrots, fried beancurd and mix well with the bihun, stir fry for 4 - 5 mins
5. Ready to serve and garnish with chopped parsely. You may squeeze in the lime juice to boost the flavour.

Monday, July 19, 2010

Kampung Fried Rice

Hi there... here I am... Thank you so much for continuously visiting my Blog and a special thanks to Amy B for your encouraging words... Wow, it has been quite a while staying "inactive"...

And to start off, here is a simple and delicious meal called Kampung Fried Rice. "Kam-pung" means Village. This fried rice is commonly served in Indian Muslim food outlets and it easy to prepare and taste great... Have fun cooking when you have left over rice at home....
When you cook at home, you can control the level of oil for healthy eating....

Look at this....simple and easy to cook.....just simply vegetables & eggs..

Simple Ingredients :

2 bowls of cooked rice

2 Eggs

Handful of shredded Cabbage, Carrots, Sawi (green leafy vege)

6 pcs Chilly Padi (small + spicy + nice aroma)

1 chopped onion

1 tsp anchovis granules

1 tbs dark soy sauce

Simple to Prepare :

1. Heat 2 Tbs oil in a wok and saute the chopped onions, chilly padi till aromatic

2. Add in the shredded vegetables and stir fry, next add in the anchovis granules, dark soy sauce, mix well

3. Put in the rice and stir to mix well till even coloured, a pinch of salt to taste

4. Push aside the rice, add few drops of oil and break the eggs in, allow the eggs to be slightly cooked at the sides

5. Finally, bring the rice on to the eggs and give it a good stir to mix well

6. Ready to Serve...Hot + Delicious!