Monday, October 1, 2012

Vegetarian Sweet and Sour Fu Chuk.

It is good to back again to cooking vegetarian food. This time, I made this real easy Sweet and Sour Fu Chuk (fdeep ried bean curd). These fu chuk are sold in packets and they are available in many wet markets around Kuala Lumpur. You can add these pre fried fu chuk to soupy noodles and they are really tasty.
Here is my Vegetarian Sweet and Sour Fu Chuk recipe.

Fu Chuk, 10 pcs
Tomato Sauce, 5 tablespoons
Sugar, 1/2 teaspoon
Soya sauce, 1 teaspoon
Salt to taste
Tomato, 1 pc, cut into 5 pcs
Cucumber, 1, cut into bite sizes
Onions (optional), 1 pc, cut into 4
Garlic (optional), 3 cloves, chopped finely

Heat up wok and put in a little vegetable oil. Saute garlic until fragrant and add in the onions. Stir fry for a short while and add in a little water. Pour in the tomato sauce, soya sauce, salt to taste and sugar. Put in the cucumber and fu chuk. Fry for a short while and add in the tomato. Serve while still hot. Kids love this dish!


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