Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Fried Soy Noodle

Do you think that this bowl of fried soy bean noodle looks like Penang Char Koay Teow (fried flat rice noodle)? I can tell you that it is. It tastes exactly the same as Penang CKT.

Personally, I prefer soy noodle than rice noodle, as it is packed with Protein and comparatively low in Carbohydrates. Besides, I like its smooth and springy texture. I have no idea where to find fresh soy noodle in Penang, so normally I just use dried soy noodle.

This is my entry to Presto Pasta Night #159 that is founded by Ruth of Presto Pasta Nights . The host of the week is Daphne of More Than Words.

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Fried Soy Noodle
Serves 3

Ingredients:

5 pieces of dried soy noodle
3 eggs
15 medium-sized prawns, shelled
1 Chinese sausage, sliced
2 handful of bean sprout
2 stalk of chives, chopped into 2" length
5 cloves of garlic, peeled and chopped
Cooking oil

Seasoning:

1 tbsp of oyster sauce
3 tbsp of light soy sauce
1 tbsp of dark soy sauce
1 tbsp of chili paste

Method:

1. In a pot of boiling water, cook the soy noodle as per the instruction on package. Drain and set aside.

2. Heat some oil in a wok, scramble the eggs and set aside.

3. Heat enough oil in the same wok, saute the garlic. Add prawns and Chinese sausage to stir fry till fragrant with 1 tbsp of light soy sauce. Then add the beansprout to stir fry together.

4. Pour in the soy noodle and the seasoning sauce. Stir fry till noodles is coated with the sauce. Add scrambled egg the chives and stir fry for a while before done.

20 comments:

the lacquer spoon said...

Ooh, lovely spicy noodles with lots of ingredients. Delish!!

Joanne said...

I've never had soy noodles but this dish looks delicious! thanks for giving me a new ingredient to seek out!

J2Kfm said...

Soy noodles? they're healthier?
I've only tasted kuey teow all this while. But gotta love a Penangite's rendition of CKT. :)

mimid3vils said...

soy noodles? sound new to me....

Kathleen said...

I've never had soy noodles before. I just put them on my market list. This dish sounds great!

Little Inbox said...

the lacquer spoon, thanks.

Joanne, I hope you can find it in Asian grocery stall.

J2Kfm, it supposed to be healthier. Soy noodle is good for diabetes patient as it is low in Carbohydrates.

mimid3vils, go figure it out. The texture is like ramen.

Kathleen, it's not that popular compared to normal wheat noodle.

Tartelette said...

I just a craving for these - I am kind of an Asian noodle freak!

tigerfish said...

Noodles? but they really look like rice noodles...the thinner version. But it's ok...both noodles I will take it CKT style :D

New Kid on the Blog said...

where can we get soy noodle??

Little Inbox said...

Tartelette, oh really? I hope you like this too.

tigerfish, physically it looks like koay teow after cooking. When it's dried, it looks like fat mee suah.

New Kid, you can get it from hypermarket where you can find mee suah.

MaryMoh said...

Looks very delicious...just like what we get at the hawker stalls back home. It's such lovely comfort food.

MODERN ROBINSON CRUSOE said...

I think it's simple yet healthier..Good

Ruth Daniels said...

Your photos are always so beautiful. They brighten up my day! This noodle dish looks especially appealing. Thanks for sharing with Presto Pasta Nights. It's always a treat when you do.

Stella said...

Yum, I could so eat this right now. It's lunch time here, and I haven't had a bite of anything today-just coffee. Wish I had the ingredients-looks really delicious!

Juliana said...

Wow, this noddle dish sure looks yummie, love the Chinese sausage in it :-)

Little Inbox said...

MaryMoh, yes it is a comfort food indeed.

MRC, yes is healthy compared to the oily koay teow, and also low % of carbo in it.

Hi Ruth, thanks. I like your PPN. It's fun!

Stella, oppssss fast fast grab a lunch. Not good to have a empty stomach.

Juliana, you love Chinese sausage? With it in the dish, it really enhance the fragrant to the noodle.

Dora said...

Wow! This makes me hungry esp when dinner time is coming.... ;p

Cynthia said...

This looks so good! I would love to try soy noodles. Too bad I don't think we get it here =(

Little Inbox said...

Dora, oppsss, not a right time, hehe...

Cynthia, soy noodle isn't that popular although it has been in the market since long time ago.

Samina said...

looks delicious. i love noodles

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