Saturday, 26 May 2007

SPICY HOR FUN WITH GLASS NOODLES (FROM CRIZ’S KITCHEN)

As usual during weekends, I would create some special food to feed my ever curious tummy. For my lunch today, I tried something different. It is somewhat like our famous Char Koay Teow but the ingredients used are not the same. I called it “Spicy Hor Fun With Glass Noodles”

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Ingredients:
1 kg Hor Fun (open up and cut into 1” strips)
300 gms glass noodles (soak for 30 min and drained)
3 pulps garlic (chopped)
300 gms medium prawns (peeled and marinate with some pepper, soya sauce & sugar)
1 chicken breast meat (sliced and marinate with pepper, soya sauce & sesame oil)
300 gms bean sprout (taugeh)
1 stalk of spring onion and chilly (for garnishing)
2 1/2 Tablespoon Cili Boh (Blended Chillies)
4 eggs
salt and sugar to taste

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Method of cooking:

  1. Saute some chopped garlic with some oil and stir fry the Hor Fun. Put in some pepper and soya sauce. Scoop up and put aside.
  2. Stir fry the prawns and chicken meat individually and put aside.
  3. Put in 6 Tablespoon oil and stir in the Cili Boh. Put in 1/2 teaspoon salt, 1/2 teaspoon sugar and 3 Tablespoon of soya sauce. Stir fry until you get the pungent smell.
  4. Put in the eggs and stir until it is cooked.
  5. Put in some water (about 40ml)
  6. Put in the glass noodles and stir evenly.
  7. Put in the cooked Hor Fun and stir evenly.
  8. Put in the cooked prawns and chicken meat. Stir evenly.
  9. Put in the bean spout and stir until the bean sprout becomes almost transparent.
  10. Dish out onto a plate and garnish with sliced chillies and spring onions

(Serves: 4-6)

As for dessert, I took some mini glutinous rice dumpling with some Malaccan brown sugar mixed with coconut milk.

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8 comments:

Wuching said...

ho jiak!

a n n n a said...

slurps! This one is sure must try!

Have u tried honeydew sago with coconut milk? It's a great desert.

piggy said...

Glass noodles is known as "tung fan" in cantonese right? It's not the same as vermecili (sp?) right?

CRIZ LAI said...

wuching: haha...you did not try cooking the dish. How do you know it's nice? Ask Mrs Wuching cook lar :P

anna: Yea...not too spicy too. Suitable for kids as well. Gosh...it's has been ages since I took blended honey dew with sago and coconut milk. :P

piggy: glass noodles in "tung fan" and vermicelli is "mai fun aka bee hoon"

cc said...

Another yummy dish cooked up in Criz's kitchen. :) Now, where's my dinner?

CRIZ LAI said...

cc: Dinner? I finished up all the noodles just now...I guessed it gonna be Maggi Mee :(

kuanhoong said...

Aiyor, reading your post on an empty stomach is killing me.

Next time, there should be some sort of warning :P

CRIZ LAI said...

kuanhoong: weekends are cooking days. so, feed yourself up before viewing my blog.. wakakaka

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