Hello, foodies! We are back with another viral recipe to help you cook Wat Tan Hor (flat rice noodles with egg gravy) at home! If you are craving for this “tai-chow” dish, try your hand at making this at home for yourself or your family!
Simple Wat Tan Hor (Flat Rice Noodles with Egg Gravy) Recipe
Nothing comforts the soul like a hearty bowl of soupy noodles. According to this recipe, you can get all of the ingredients you need at any nearby grocery store. So, take down these ingredients and put them on your shopping list the next time you head out. Then, get in the kitchen and let’s get cooking!
Prep These Ingredients Before You Start Cooking
- Fish cake
- Mustard leaves
- Shimeji mushrooms (use any you prefer)
- Spring onions (to garnish)
- Note: Add as much as you prefer
- 1 packet kuey teow (wash with hot water before cooking)
- 1 tablespoon dark soya sauce
- 1 tablespoon light soya sauce
- 1 tablespoon sesame oil
- 6 cloves garlic (finely chopped)
- 2 tablespoon light soya sauce
- 2 tablespoon oyster sauce
- 1 cube chicken stock
- 2 teaspoon white pepper powder
- 2 eggs (beaten)
- 3 cups hot water
- 3 tablespoon corn starch (mix with a little water)
- Pinch of salt
- Some brown sugar
Method To Cook (Step 1)
- In a pan or wok, pour in sesame oil and stir-fry kuey teow with dark & light soya sauce until you get a “char” smell. Then, set aside on a plate.
Method To Cook (Step 2-4)
- In the same pan or work, heat sesame oil and cook prawns for 3 minutes. Then, set aside on a plate.
- Next, add in chopped garlic and chicken to stir-fry for 5 minutes.
- Then, add in fish cake and cook well.
Method To Cook (Step 5-8)
- Add in 3 cups of hot water, chicken stock cube, oyster sauce and light soya sauce.
- Then, season with salt and brown sugar.
- Next, add in white pepper powder and bring to boil.
- While boiling, add in vegetables and mushrooms to cook.
Method To Cook (Step 9-12)
- Then, add in corn starch mixed with water to thicken and stir for 1 minute.
- Add in beaten eggs and stir clockwise.
- Then, add in cooked prawns and mix well.
- Gravy is ready to pour over cooked kuey teow, and enjoy!
Ready To Serve
And, there you have it – that sums up our simple recipe to cook Wat Tan Hor at home! Now everyone can learn to cook and enjoy this “tai-chow” dish all in the comfort of your own home. What are you waiting for? Bookmark this recipe and be sure to give it a go! Bye for now, and stay safe!
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Recipe & photo(s) credit: Sheena’s Cooking Passion (Facebook)
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