Simple Fried Beehoon
Happy 2015! I've been waiting patiently for the arrival of January's Little Thumbs Up event! Why? Because the event's theme is noodles or pasta. There are so many possibilities, so I choose to go slow. Hahaha!
For my first dish, I would like to bring forward my simple fried beehoon - easy, time-saving, hassle-free. :)
4 generous tablespoons rice bran oil (or any cooking oil)
2 garlic cloves, smashed
1 small chicken breast, cut into strips
1 small carrot, cut into strips
2 medium cauliflower florets, coarsely chopped
4 dried shiitake mushroom, soaked, drained, and cut into strips
4 heads of sawi, separate leaves from stalks
250g beehoon, soaked and drained (I used Hsin Chu Tomato Rice Noodle, picture below)
1 large egg, lightly beaten
Soy sauce & pepper, to taste
1. Prepare beehoon and all ingredients as mentioned in the ingredients list.
2. Heat up oil in a frying pan over medium-high heat. Add garlic and stir fry until fragrant but not burnt. Add chicken breast and cook until they turn slightly white.
3. Add carrot, cauliflower, mushroom, and sawi. Stir fry until all are cooked, maybe about 7-8 minutes. Keep on stirring to avoid burning.
4. Add the egg and mix until it turns fluffy. Add beehoon and stir to combine with all ingredients.
5. Add soy sauce and pepper to taste. Serve hot.
|Hsin Chu Tomato Rice Noodle|