Wednesday, November 4, 2015

Durian Tunggal Hot & Spicy Fried Vermicelli & The Giveaway Result

I wonder if anyone of you out there, ever tried the famous hot & spicy fried bee hoon at Durian Tunggal, Melaka. Its a very old wooden shop where they served only drinks and simple hot & spicy fried bee hoon. There's actually nothing much in the vermicelli, just some bean sprouts, egg & loads of local bird eye chilies. However, that is enough to make it addictive ! The aroma is amazing. This shop was introduced by a friend to hubby but I only been there for once. The shop was closed during my last few visits. Bad luck I guess ! Hubby was shocked when he saw the medium size lorry filled with vermicelli loading down to the shop during his first visit. He didn't expect their business is so good. The shop owner will normally stock up hundreds of kilo vermicelli weekly, which is just nice to fill up one lorry. And I have tried out the recipe of my own during my last camping trip, making this hot & spicy fried bee hoon in the middle of the jungle. LOL.

So, here's what I did.
Ingredients :
500gm   rice vermicelli, soaked till softened
2 eggs
handful of julienne cabbage
handful of julienne carrot
1/2  sliced onion
1-1/2 TB chopped bird eyes chilies
1/2 TB  chopped garlic
1/2 tspn  vegetable granule
3 TB  light soy sauce or to your taste
salt & pepper to taste
1 cup water

Method :
(1) preheat a big wok or frying pan with 1/3 cup cooking oil.
(2) saute garlic till fragrant then add in eggs and fry till cooked.
(3) next, add in chilies & vermicelli and stir till everything is well cooperated, continue cooking the vermicelli over medium heat till fragrant. Add water gradually if needed.
(4) Then add in granule, soy sauce, salt & pepper to your taste and continue cooking till well mixed.
(5) finally, add in the remaining vegetables to mix well. Off the heat, and serve hot.

I did most of my cooking on the ground. Yet I still keep it clean & tidy. LOL.

I prefer the clean & sunshine look of the fried bee hoon which without the dark soy sauce. And the aroma is absolutely fantastic ! It has to be the bird eye chilies, nothing else but the local bird eye chilies. Trust me, you're going to love them.

Now, here's the NuNaturals giveaway result and the winners are as follow.

(1) Cheah @ No Frills Recipes
(2) Pamela @ Rescatando Recetas
(3) Angie @ Angie's Recipes
(4) Sharanya Palanisshami @ Sara's Tasty Buds

Congratulations to the winners. Please kindly mail over your latest address as soon as possible, so that NuNaturals can arrange the delivery soon. Thank you very much.

7 comments:

Angie Schneider said...

Hi Kristy

THANK YOU!!!

Angie Schneider said...

p.s I am having some rice noodle for the lunch too. Yours look very tasty!

Sharanya Palanisshami said...

Hi Kristy , Happy to be one of the winner of the giveaway...... Thank you

Sharanya Palanisshami said...

Hi , can you provide the mail id , so that i can send you my mailing address

Sokehah Cheah said...

Wow, brings back memories of my camping days with the Girl Guides. Thanks for the giveaway. Have a great weekend, kristy!

Pamela Palma said...

Dear Kristy: I love your vermicelli, but too bad I don't find those chilies here.
Thank you so very much! I never win anything! I am sending you both email and post adress, I was not sure which one you were skinf for, and as I donn't see your mail around here, I will just write them here! Well, me email is

palmacarrasco@gmail.com and my post adress is

Pamela Palma
Casilla 311
Quillota
CP 2260000
CHILE

Rachel Yee said...

Yummy

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