Fish Slices Hor Fun


Browsing through food blogs us my favorite way to obtain ideas for meals. This idea was inspired by Singairisgirl’s post. Having some fish fillets in the freezer came in handy as well. It’s an easy, healthy meal that won’t break your budget. Carb loaded though.

Fish Slices Hor Fun
200 grams of fish fillet sliced
1 cup of corn flour
1 tsp of salt
1 egg beaten

2 sticks of horfun
1 tablespoon of garlic
1 bunch of kai lan
2 fish cakes sliced

Egg sauce
1.5 cups of stock
1/4 cup of Shao Xian Jiu
1 tsp of sugar
1 tablespoon of soya
1 tsp of dark soya
1 tablespoon of cornstarch mixed with cold water.
pepper
1 egg beaten

Method
1) Coat fish slices in egg then corn flour. Pan fry them till light and golden. Put it aside.

2) Soak hor fun in boiling water. Drain.

3) Heat oil in wok. Make sure that the wok is hot! Add garlic and fry till fragrant. Add hor fun. Keep frying. Add kai lan and fish cake slices. Cook till through. Dish into separate plates.

4) Boil stock in the same wok. Add seasoning. Taste. Adjust if required. Add cornstarch mixture. When the stock boiled and thickens, turn off the heat. Slowly add beaten egg while gently stirring the water. Ladle sauce onto noodles.

10 thoughts on “Fish Slices Hor Fun”

  1. That comment above.. lol, I have heard those inuendo coomments before from non-chinese about this noodle :). Anyway, I must say it is my favourite noodle and I would eat it almost in any style. Yours looks fabulous, but “two sticks of horfun”? Is that enough for you?

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  2. tigerfish-we supplemented it with fresh red chili. Not the same but best we could do leh.. lyrical lemongrass- Practice girl! I want to see more chocolate brownies from u! retno-it’s a kind of flat noodles. It has a smooth surface! =) hazza- enough! Two HUGE sticks. east meets west kitchen-thanks! Actually suddenly i crave for it again. Must be the cold weather. Singairisgirl- ya! Actually I used fresh hor fun! They do make it in Perth!!! little inbox- good idea, but we ran out of prawns. hehe/babe_Kl- It always puzzles me why aircon in KL offices/shopping centres are so cold. hehee.

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