Sunday, 19 March 2017
Soya Sauce Fried Beehoon
This is a simple fried beehoon breakfast dish. You can find this at coffee shops selling economical fried beehoon and fried noodles. For just $1 you can have a packet of kosong fried beehoon, unless you add extra ' liao ' like luncheon meat, fried egg or veggies. But I always like mine kosong.
Soya Sauce fried beehoon
200gms beehoon, soak in tap water for 20 mins
50 gms taugeh
1 tsp minced garlic
1 knorr ikan bilis cube dissolved in 200ml warm water
2 tbsp light soya sauce
2 tbsp cooking oil or lard
Heat up oil in the wok and add in garlic and fry till lightly brown.
Add in the drained beehoon and fry for a minute.
Throw in the taugeh and give it a toss.
Drizzle the soya sauce at the sides of the wok and continue frying for a minute.
Slowly add in the ikan bilis stock and toss the beehoon with a pair of chopsticks.
Do not add in all the stock or the beehoon will be soggy.
When you think the beehoon is soft enough stop adding the stock.
Combine well and serve fried beehoon with fried sesame seeds on top and sambal chilli on the side.