Saturday, January 26, 2008

Fried Long Bean with Pickle Radish

That was a night, we worked late and came home late…

Panda suggested me not to cook and we eat outside because both of us worked late. But finally I told him about my mood of cooking that night was like extremely high… and we both agree that we take some light good first. Then I will go home and cook the dinner.

So we had dinner after 9.30pm that night. This fried long bean is one of the dishes I had from my BigFish Cook Book. It is so simple… for a working lady like me, always hope to cook at home, but time is so tight. I bet this simple and easy recipe is definitely suit to me some times.



This idea was getting from the Fried Egg with Pickle Radish (Choy Bor). A lot of people like to have Fried Egg with Pickle Raddish to serve with Porridge. And I think this dish helps a lot to make our appetite better.
*Less Oil and Healthier! Can either serve with Rice or Porridge …
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Ingredients:
1. 4 cloves Garlic (grated)
2. 50g Pickle Radish - Choy Bor (grated)
3. Long Bean (sectioned)

Methods:
1. Rinse Long Bean and sectioned.
2. Heat up 2 tbsps of oil, fry minced Garlic and minced Choy Bor until fragrant.
3. Pour in Long Bean and stir fry till cooked.
4. Add in sufficient salt, fry over high heat for 1 min.

14 comments:

Hazza said...

what a timely blog for me! I just bought some long beans for the first time this afternoon and deciding what to do with it... this was a great suggestion! thanks!

Big Boys Oven said...

ooks so lovely and divine!

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~Christine~Leng said...

this looks easy :)
your blog will save my culinary skills definitely.. as i can't cook properly.. haha

jadepearl said...

Wah..this is one of my fav dishes. So sedap!!!

wmw said...

This is really quite a simple yet a tasty dish. I can just eat this one dish with some plain steamed rice.

SteamyKitchen said...

I just made that 2 nights ago! We think alike

SueSue said...

Emmmm so nice. Pickled radish is one of my fav. I just luv it with white plain porridge.

yammylicious said...

nice!!! simple and ez!! aww i can cook something out at home d! =)

Little Corner of Mine said...

Love the combination! I sometimes used the char bor to fried rice.

Argus Lou said...

Looks simply delicious, BigFish. You sound like an efficient cook. ^_^ Thanks for visiting my blog and the compliment. SteamyKitchen does bring people together, doesn't she?

tigerfish said...

I only tried frying chai poh with egg before. Hmmmm...that's interesting to do it with long beans.

alexander said...

Very nice! Thanks a lot for the recipe. :)

Nice photos, but if you want to improve on that photo, place it near something where there is a matching colour contrast.

Well done!

Alexander
Alex's World! - http://www.kakinan.com/alex

bigfish_chin said...

Hi hazza,
Haha… hope my ideas giving a POP and enjoy with cooking long beans.

Hi BBO,
Thanks for always supporting and helping me around… will keep it up.

Hi Christine Leng,
Let me know if you have tried this out… simple and easy :)

Hi jadepearl,
You are right… this is really SEDAP… no joke!

Hi WMW,
You are right… this dish can really serve with itself alone :)

Hi Steamykitchen,
So great to see you here! Thanks for visiting my blog!
I guess most of Asian like this dish… it is just so simple and easy.

Hi sue sue,
Serve with Porridge eh~ 100% you will take more than a bowl of porridge.. haha

Hi yammylicious,
I like it a lot cos not too complicated and not too much of preparations. This is why I always think of something easy to full fill my cooking mood when I’m home late. :)

Hi little corner of mine,
Chai Bor fried rice is tasty too… I tried with Sambal before! You cannot believe the taste came out so mouth-watering… haha

Hi argus lou,
Thanks for dropping by here. You are right, some times I really cannot control when my mind keep telling me that “I have to cook today”.
Steamy Kitchen really gather a lot of foodiest, this is where we can have more chance to meet each other here. :)

Hi tigerfish,
You gotta try this out… trust me! You will not regret… :)

Hi Alex,
Thanks for visiting here … again, thanks for being so supportive.
Hope the photo shooting skills improve step by step. For making the matching color contrast, I have actually bought few pcs of table mats and will use it for shooting in future.

WokandSpoon said...

That looks both nutritious and simple to make! yum!
ps.
thanks for stopping by my blog