Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Yau Mak

You will not believe that this rommaine costed only 79 cents and it was so huge and the leaves so crispy and sweet. Two pieces of fu yee made a very flavorful sauce and together with the crushed garlic, this dish is delectable.

1 big head rommaine
2 pieces fu yee (fermented bean curd)
3 - 4 crushed garlic
a dash of fish sauce
5 - 6 tbsp oil

Heat oil and add in fu yee. Mash fu yee and saute until fragrant.
Add in crushed garlic and when garlic is golden brown, add in the rommaine. Fry until rommaine is wilted, add in a dash of fish sauce.
Serve hot.



Nessie @ bakingequalslove said...

Yum! This is my favourite way to have veges! :)

Family First said...

Ooh yes, we love yau mak with fu yue too .. its just so tasty.

Cytoworld said...

I am so glad that you are posting so much more, I just enjoy your blogs, kudos!

Anonymous said...

Fu yue is a 'must have' item in my kitchen. It is good with veges, noodles and congee. Easy to handle but yummy !

pfoo said...

Stir fry the fu yee with cili padi some more good tasting

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