Tuesday, June 12, 2007

Steam Bean Curd with Silver fish & Scallops

Was not feel well last weekend, prefer to eat something less oily, read about this dish in the latest issue of Yum Yum, so attempt it with a little change, instead of dried shrimps I use mince meat cos I want to use up the leaf over mince meat in the fridge. Looks abit messy, the taste was surprisingly yummy really helps to improve my appetite.

1 tbsp oil
1 tsp chopped garlic
30g silver fish – soaked in hot water for half hour to get rid to salty taste
½ tbsp small dried scallop (2 pieces of scallop-size of 20c coin) – soaked till soft
50g mince meat – seasoned with a little pepper and soy sauce
1 block of soft bean curd

1 tsp oyster sauce
200ml water
1 tsp corn flour

1. Heat up oil and sauté chopped garlic until fragrant. Add in small silver fish, scallop, and mince meat and stir fry till fragrant. Add in seasoning and cook for 2 minutes. Pour over soft bean curd.

2. Steam at high heat for 10min or until cooked. Remove, sprinkle come coriander or spring onion on top and serve. Best to eat when bean curd is warm.

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