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
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
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.