Wednesday, December 30, 2009

Fried Bee Hoon (Rice Noodle) with Turkey

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My friend was wondering if a 10lbs of turkey for a small family like us would be too much. We didn't finish it all at once, there are many ways for us to consume a turkey, so, I don't have to worry too much about the left over. In fact, I can skip cooking for few days. :-)

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I can make turkey sandwich, fried noodle or rice with turkey, and the turkey bones will be used for porridge or soup.

Fried Bee Hoon :
1. 200g rice noodle - presoaked
2. 1/2 sweet onion - sliced
3. 4 mushrooms - sliced
4. 1 ~ 2 cups cabbage slices
5. some snow peas or desired vegetable
6. 1 cup bowl of turkey meat & some dripping
7. Some water

Seasoning :
1. 2 tsp oyster sauce
2. 1 tbsp soy sauce or to taste

Steps :
1. Grease the heated frying pan, fragrance the onion slices over high heat.
2. Add in mushroom slices and 1/2 of cabbage, stir for 30 seconds.
3. Add in rice noodle and seasoning. Sprinkle some water and stir fry for 2~3 minutes.
4. Add in snow peas, turkey meat, sprinkle some water. Continue to cook for another 3~4 minutes.
5. Serve with warm with some sambal chili. :-)

8 comments:

  1. haha.. yeaa.. foodies always plan for leftovers.. I've never had turkey with meehoon.. what a good idea!! I love fried meehoon..
    If you make the porridge I would definitely love to see the recipe cause sadly I don't know how to cook good porridge :(

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  2. Hello Wendy,
    Happy New year and wishing you & your family all the best for the coming year.

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  3. Hi Traci, bee hoon can absorb the sweetness from the turkey and dripping very well, I didn't have to add too much seasoning, it just tasted delicious! :-) I will definately share the recipe of the porridge with you whenever I can. Happy New Year 2010!

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  4. Hi Anncoo, Same to you and your family!!! Keep up your good work on cooking and blogging!

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  5. I love fried rice noodles! Happy New Year 2010!

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  6. Cooking Gallery, same to you!!

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  7. The turkey my sister made was left with just bones! So many big eaters in my family! Haha. Anyway, Happy New Year and best wishes to you, Tom and Cici always! Will catch up again soon. Btw, have you received the package yet?

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  8. Hi Nyonya, HAPPY NEW YEAR to you and your family too!!! You can use the leftover turkey bones for porridge and soup cooking.hahaha., a typical housewife habit, do not waste any tiny pieces for the food. :-P
    The package has not arrived yet, I think it probably stuck because of the peak mailing traffic during the holiday seasons, I really look forward for the package. :-) Thank you again!

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