Monday, June 16, 2008

Stir-Fried Bean Sprout with Fried Beancurd

This is my all time favorite way of cooking my bean sprouts. As I don't buy salted fish, I substitute it with dried anchovies. I posted my recipe in 2006 and now I re post it again by adding dried bean curd. It added protein to this delicious dish, very suitable as a vegetarian dish as well and it combined protein with fiber.


~ 1 big bowl of bean sprouts
~ 2-3 cloves garlics, chopped
~ 2-3 Scallion, cut into 2 inches length
~ 1/2 pack of fried bean curd, cut into thin slices like shown above
~1/4 cup dried anchovies, washed and drained

Salt to taste, 1 tsp. chicken stock granules & 1/4 cup water.


Heat oil in a wok. When hot, add in dried anchovies, stir-fry until anchovies turned crispy and brown then add in garlic. Stir well and add in the bean sprouts. Give a few good stirs and add the fried bean curd, seasoning and water. Let it simmer a little while and then add scallions in the last few seconds. Stir well and dish out. Serve hot.

Note: Do not overcook the bean sprout. It should remain crunchy.


tigerfish said...

I was going to say "where is the kiam hir?"...hee heee....
Nice dish to go with rice. Very comforting dish.

jthorge said...

Yum! This dish is one of our favourite dishes. Simple and delicious!

Unknown said...

woowwww super healthy...need to try soon...need some healthy food these days (we just kept eating out hehe)

VG said...

I love bean sprouts cooked this way too but my 'mat saleh' kids neither like ikan bilis or tofu. Looks good!


Big Boys Oven said...

wow your bean sprout look so nice . . . looks so invitng! wish we were next door neighbour.

Little Corner of Mine said...

Hehe Tigerfish, my alternate version. Hehehe...

Thanks jthorge! Mine too.

Yes, Rita, try it!

Thanks VG for leaving me your first comment. You can certainly cook a little bowl for yourself. ;)

Thanks BBoven. Then, I can go eat your bakes and you can eat my dishes hor? ;)

Beachlover said...

I like mine add extra chili padi!! you make me wanna to cook some for myself!!

Lia said...

i had steam rice and stir fry today, hmmm yums!

anyway what is beancurd? similiar with tofu isn;t?

Anonymous said...

Great photo... very few amazing ingredients make this dish simple yet delicious!

Little Corner of Mine said...

Good idea with chili padi, never try it before and now with the kids eating too, how ah?

Yes, beancurd is tofu.

Thanks Bobby and thanks for dropping by.

eatingclubvancouver_js said...

Love the recipe. We love beansprouts in our house (nutritious, healthy, and cheap) and this will be another way of doing them sprouts.

Thanks for sharing.