Sunday, April 05, 2009

Soya Bean Sprouts and Ground Pork

I do not have many ways to cook these soya beans sprouts. It will usually be a stir-fry or make a clear soup. My siblings and I used to love how my mom cooked this dish by chopping up the bean sprouts but my son-in-law prefers it non-chopped.

1 lb soya bean sprouts - wash and drain
1/2 lb ground pork
2 tbsp chopped garlic
1 tbsp fish sauce
1/4 cup spring onions
3 tbsp oil
pepper and salt to taste
seseame oil

Heat wok and add in ground pork to brown.
Add in garlic and oil. Saute until well mixed.
Add in soya bean sprouts and a little water. Bring to the boil and simmer with lid on.
Add fish sauce and adjust taste with salt and pepper.
Sprinkle with sesame oil and serve hot with white rice



Mary said...

I'm so proud of myself, Lily. I can make this one. I'm learning. Perhaps not fast enough but I am learning!

lilyng said...

"I cook these the same way as well except that I would roughly chop up the sprouts. " Jo.


thanks for the tip

lilyng said...

Ciao Lily! I live in Italy and I am looking for the recipe of spring rolls pastry!I often read your blog since many months and I think it's beautiful!I will be very pleased if you would like to help me!Greetings!


To make spring rolls pastry is difficult and messy. A good spring roll pastry has to a good texture so that it does not tear when it is wrapped.

you could make crepes and use them as spring roll pastry.

lilyng said...

Very healthy dish :)


indeed it is

lilyng said...

Spring finally arrived...and many foodies start to prepare the healthy and colourful dishes...


yes, spring is here but colorado is still having snow.

Anonymous said...

Thanks Lily for the suggestion! Have a great day!

lilyng said...

i am not sure which type of bean sprout my mum used, but she use just the head of the sprout, just like those in our photo but bigger, diced them finely and stir fry with minced pork, tasted bit different, I think they called them "tau ngah"


i like the way your mom cooked this tau ngah but my sil does not recognizethe tau ngah and will not eat it.

andrea-queen said...

hi! i had this for dinner today. it tasted really nice (: the family enjoyed it too. thanks ^^

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