Saturday, September 27, 2008

Fu Yee Kangkung

This dish just came out of the microwave!! I love to microwave my greens, it is so easy, save you the time washing the wok and the splatters of oil all over the kitchen. Surprisingly, the greens remain a lovely green everytime - do not overcook.

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1 lb of picked kangkung - shoots and young stems - washed and drained

2 pieces Fu Yee - fermented tofu

3 - 4 tbsp cooking oil

2 cloves garlic - chopped


Mix Fu Yee, garlic and oil to make into a runny paste.

Pile kangkung in a large plate and pour the oil mixture all over the kangkung.

Cling wrap loosely or cover with splatter cover or overturn another plate on top of vegetable.

Microwave on high for 2 - 3 minutes (less time for microwave with higher wattage)

Remove plate with oven gloves, plate might be hot and remove cling wrap, splatter cover or plate with caution. Always open from the side of the plate furthest to you and open, bringing the wrap, cover and plate towards you. The steam can hurt you bad.

Toss the kangkung with the sauce and serve hot.



Anonymous said...

wow! looks so delicious... never cook veg with the microwave before. interesting....

Little Corner of Mine said...

Too bad, Chong doesn't like Fu Yee and I don't buy it too.

S. said...

I tried this and it works really well! I'm going to bring it to a pot luck at work next week.

Thanks for helping out a little chinese girl who doesn't know how to cook!

mommibee said...

wow the for sharing on how to do it on a microwave! i love this dish. will try ithis method. i hate washing the wok and the splatters on the splash back tiles.

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