Wednesday, August 27, 2008

Simple Recipe – Vegan Kentucky Fried Bean Curd Sheet- Halal


Vegan Kentucky Fried Bean Curd Sheet with
dipping sauce. By Colonel Pete.... (Ha Ha LOL)


Dried Bean Curd Sheet (Foo Chuk)


Premixed All Purpose Seasoned Flour

If you need to cook up something quick, this recipe is for you. Great finger food for party or to eat with rice! Kids will like it!

Ingredients:

1) 2 pcs of Dried Bean curd Sheet (Cantonese-Foo Chuk)
2) All Purpose Seasoned Flour (normally used to fry chicken) (Already contain salt)
3) Oil For Frying

Sauce
1) 5 table spoons of Plum Sauce
2) 1 teaspoon of sugar


Soak dried bean curd sheet in water until it is soft. Cut into 2”X3 smaller sheets. Put some All Purpose Seasoned Flour in a dry plate. Dip the softened bean curd sheet into the flour and fry until crispy. The main dish is ready.

To make the dipping sauce, dilute 1 teaspoon of sugar in a little warm water. Mix the diluted sugar with the plum sauce. Stir well.

19 comments:

Suma Rajesh said...

hai pete...thanks for dropping ur comments...u have amazing vegan dish..this recipe looks delicious...though it contains bean,its healthy too..

Purva Desai said...

This looks drooling, I need to check whether we get bean curd sheet here in UK

ChocolateCoveredVegan said...

Hey, thanks for the comment on my blog, because it enabled me to find yours. I love all your Asian-themed posts... it reminds me of all the good vegan foods I ate when I lived in China.

Sujatha said...

Hi Pete, Thanks for leaving your comments in my blog! You have a good collection of vegan dishes here. All of them look yummy..

Divya said...

Nice one! Dude, is there anything you dont know about Indian food! Thosais you said... I am baffled!

Pete said...

Suma : thks for visiting. I love beans!

Purva : I think you can get it in London, Chinatown. The Cantonese name for it is Foo Chuk.

Chocovegan : Vegan business and restaurant is flourishing in Asean countries! Big business.
Thks for visiting

Sujatha : Thks for visiting. Glad you like the recipes.

Divya : I love Indian Food. Had some dhalcha with roti for tea just now! LOL

Princess said...

Hi, Pete,
Thanks for dropping a comment on my blog. It is so sweet of you.
I like your blog. I will try some of your recipes, if you won't mind. Very healthy.

Pete said...

Princess : Thks for visiting. Please try the recipes. Glad if you can provide me with your feedback on how's the taste.

Divya said...

Hey!
I have tagged you for a Meme, check out my blog under the latest post today.
Have fun doing it!

meeso said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog... I am glad to find yours with all the meatless recipes... Sometimes I like to eat foods without meat, but I am less confident making meatless foods. I can't wait to see what else you have :)

Sireesha said...

Hi Pete,
Thanks for dropping your comments in my blog! You have a good collection of vegan dishes .....
The recipe sounds awesome ,healthy and delicious.....

SMN said...

Pete first time here and ur blog looks great! nice vegan recipes.

Sukanya said...

Amazing recipe. Looks yum. I live in Singapore and its nice to know that there is a vegetarian blogger so close by. You have a wonderful blog.

Pete said...

divya : thks divya. certainly, I will chk it out

meeso : thks for dropping by. Sure to post more vegan recipes.

sireesha : thks Sireesha

smn : thks smn

sukanya : nice to know that you r close to KL too. Thks for visiting

@ng31a said...

you're a vegetarian??

Pete said...

I am not vegan, but just want to share vegan recipes with my vegan friends.

miss v said...

yum!

Ranjani said...

That looks great- I've bookmarked quite a few of your recipes, they all look and sound very authentic!

Thanks for sharing:)

Pete said...

Miss V : Thks for visiting

Ranjani : Hi, thks for bookmarking my recipes.

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