Sunday, July 12, 2009

Stir Fried Nai Pak (Asian Green) with Fish Balls

I had some leftover fish balls from my previous night noodle soup so what better way than to slice it up and cook with the veggie planned for the next day. Just sliced the fish balls into four pieces and added them in when stir-frying the veggie, as easy as that! I had some thinly sliced carrot for my napa cabbage so I just used that instead of cutting another carrot. For the real Chinese cooking, the carrot would be cut into a flower shape, or circle for better presentation of the dish. We are quite particular about the way we cut our ingredients, for even cooking and presentation, but for home cook food within my family, I won't care that much. :P

Another super easy recipe!


Nai Pak (Asian Green), Carrot, Fish Balls, Garlic, Oyster sauce, Water, Oil for cooking.

This is so easy, I don't think I need to write up the steps. Or refer here for similar cooking method or another way to serve nai pak.


Sonia ~ Nasi Lemak Lover said...

This is a simple dish which every Chinese mother also know how to cook this.

Big Boys Oven said...

a simple veg dish, just holsome!

Food For Tots said...

I also don't put much emphasis on my food presentation for my daily cooking.The taste is more important to me. I luv this simple stir-fried dish. Yummy and heathy!

Unknown said...

i know i can always count on you for simple yet delicious dishes ^_^

Jin Hooi said...

I love fish balls, great with soup, stir fried and .. yummy if deep fried ;-) Nice simple home dish, yummy !!

tigerfish said...

Cut into flower shape!? Waste too much time leh! Ok....unless need to entice kids or what lah! hahaha

Little Corner of Mine said...

Yes Emile. :)

Yeah BBOven, easy and wholesome.

F4T, me too! I don't care much as long as I have food on the table. :P

Haha Rita, right on!

Me too Jin Hooi, always have to stock some in my freezer.

Haha Tigerfish, not to entice my kids but for presentation. My kids eat any shapes I present to them.