Friday, January 25, 2008

Mui Fan

A simple all-in-one dish that can be whipped up real fast if you prepare the ingredients in advance. The ingredients are versatile and you can use anything you fancy really - chicken, prawns, squid. For me today, I used sliced fish, crabsticks, salmon flavoured fishballs, and xiao bai chye.

I first seasoned the fish with light soya sauce, sesame oil, white pepper and a little cornstarch.

I didn't realize that I had run out of ginger so I made do without it.

For the sauce, it was just oyster sauce and enough water for 2-1/2 portions.

I stir fried the fish, removed, then did the vegetables and other ingredients. After adding water, I let it simmer till almost cooked. Return the fish back to the wok. Beat in one egg and then thicken with corn starch.

Spoon over white rice and serve

10 comments:

Jori said...

THAT looks really yummy!

singairishgirl said...

jori - Thank you. :)

sohcool said...

Happen to surf into your blog.
That seems like a real no fuss meal. Will try it soon.

Little Corner of Mine said...

Yummy! One dish meal is really time saver for me too.

HK Choo said...

hooray to an easy no-fuss meal..

Big Boys Oven said...

As I am keying the keybooard, I am salivating and comstatntly dripping wth a mouth full.....so delicious!

daphne said...

oh yum! I like mui fan. Very very tasty!

singairishgirl said...

sohcool - Thanks for stopping by. Oh yes, it is quite fuss-free. Do try.

little corner of mine - Oh yes, I do agree plus with 2 kids to care for, any quick-cooking meal is appreciated I'm sure.

hk choo - I say hooray too!

big boys oven - Hahaha, so funny you are.

daphne - Tasty, simple and nutritious... that's the best.

Sue Sue said...

This dish reminds me when I am studying in UNI. I used to have my dinner at the kopitiam and this is the one I always ordered. hihihi

singairishgirl said...

sue sue - Really? Haha. Brings back memories, huh? Oh wow, you should cook it too at home for the family.