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Salted fish with glass noodles ~ 咸鱼粉絲

My blog has taken a back seat for a while and it has now shifted to a new ‘home’.  Yes, a very good friend of mine had tirelessly helped to give my blog a fresh new look.  Here's a short guideline on how to ‘hover’ around my blog.   On the Home page, ‘Subscribe’ is to get email notification, ‘Search’ is to look for any recipe with key words and a click on the ‘menu’ will bring you to ‘Connect’ which is email, facebook, g+ and Pinterest.  And on the individual post, you can click on ‘Share’ and follow my post.

So for today, I’m going to introduce a savoury noodle dish …….. Salted Fish with Glass Noodles.


Fried salted fish with bihoon or rice vermicelli is a common item on the menu of any ''Tai Chau" for home-cooked Chinese dishes.  But here I substituted rice vermicelli with glass noodles.  The glass noodles were given a quick  stir-fry with cabbage, chicken, eggs and not forgetting the Salted Fish.  
Verdict?   Yum!







Salted fish with glass noodles ~   咸鱼粉絲

Ingredients

  • 100 gm glass noodles, soaked till soft, drain.
  • 100 gm chicken breast
  • 50 gm salted fish
  • 200 gm cabbage, sliced
  • 2 eggs to scramble
  • 5 pips of garlic, chopped
  • 2 Tbsp fish sauce
  • 1 tsp light soya sauce or to taste
Seasoning for chicken
  • 1 tsp light soya sauce
  • 1/4 tsp each of salt, sugar and cornflour
  • a dash of pepper
Method
  1. Heat up the wok with some oil, break in 2 eggs, add a bit of light soya sauce, scramble and dish out.
  2. Stir-fry the salted fish till fragrant, dish out.
  3. Saute the chopped garlic till fragrant, add in the seasoned chicken, stir-fry.
  4. Add in the cabbage and fry till limp, add in the glass noodles, fish and light soya sauce. Sprinkle on some  water if the noodles are too dry.
  5. Fine tune to taste, add in the eggs and salted fish, mix well.
  6. Dish out and serve with chopped chilli padi or sambal belachan.





Comments

  1. Cheah, I'm sure my hubby will love this one dish meal very much with the salted fish in it. Looks so delicious!

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    1. Simple and easy for housewives like us!

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  2. Congratulations on your blog's new look! This is a delicious meal - I am salivating just thinking about the salted fish.

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    1. Thank you, Sharon. Yes, this is indeed delicious!

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