Monday, August 31, 2009

East Meets West Sandwich

Mee Koo kuih is a type of Chinese bread. It is used for praying. Our family bought some for the Hungry Gosh Festival last weekend. I brought home 2 of them, and I told hubby that I'm going to make him a special breakfast on Merdeka Day, hehe......

So, here it is. My version of East Meets West Sandwich. Unlike the bread that tastes a little bit salty, Mee Koo actually tastes a little bit sweet. It is a good ingredient to make sandwich with salty ingredients like ham and cheese. We like the taste very much. With a cup of hot chocolate drink, it's indeed a satisfying breakfast.



East Meets West Sandwich
Serves 2

Ingredients:

2 pcs of Mee Koo kuih
2 pcs of chicken sandwich ham
2 Omega-3 egg
2 pcs of cheddar cheese
1 tbsp of cooking oil

Method:

1. Half the Mee Koo kuih horizontally. Steam it under high heat for 5 minutes. Leave it cool and remove its skin.
2. Pan-fry an egg and folded into half. Repeat for another egg.
3. Pan-fry the hams.
4. Arrange the ham, egg, and cheese in between the Mee Koo kuih.

18 comments:

ck lam said...

You really have a way with the Mee Koo...indeed a hearty breakfast.

New Kid on the Blog said...

hahahaha... that caught my attention! ;)

Dora said...

So creative of u! Ha ha. Hope it taste good!

Duckie said...

i like mee koo ... but i always eat them plain!!! good idea!!!

J2Kfm said...

normally we'd fry them with eggs, like french toast of sorts.
but sans the ham. :)
good choice though.

noobcook said...

interesting east meets west concept :)

Selba said...

I don't think I've ever seen mee koo kuih... wow! the color is so eyes catching!

Big Boys Oven said...

hahahah this is such an interesting combination! awesome!

tigerfish said...

Really a nice sandwich.

Food For Tots said...

East meets West = Double happiness! So creative!!

Little Inbox said...

ck, suddenly I thought of wanna have such breakfast when I stared at the Mee Koo, so I just go ahead for a try.

New Kid, because of the stunning title? hehe...

Dora, yes it tasted really yummy!

Duckie, hope you can try it too.

J2Kfm, the idea prompted in my mind, and I have no regret.

Little Inbox said...

noobcook, this is so called creative? Hehe......

Selba, the skin will be removed, so it's safe to be consumed.

BBO, haha...interesting?

tigerfish, thanks. :)

Food for Tots, hehe just simply taruh. Luckily it turned out not only edible, but yummy too.

cariso said...

LOL! it really east meest west! :)

foodbin said...

great way to utilize the mee koo.

Little Inbox said...

Cariso, hehehe...creative ler?

foodbin, yalor. Getting bored of eating plain mee koo.

U-evolve said...

Creative ide!! This is useful especially 'Meekoo' is so often a food item used for festivals.

MODERN ROBINSON CRUSOE said...

Good idea!! :-)

Little Inbox said...

U-evolve, thanks for dropping by. Welcome!

MRO, hehe, thanks.

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