Tuesday, July 3, 2012

Stir-fried bean sprouts with pickled mustard green


Just cooked this dish just now, quickly write it down the recipe and have it post immediately, before i forgot to post it (not actually forgot but i always tend to attracted by other nicer pictures ^_^). The idea of this dish was came from my husband who tasted this dish in a restaurant. Since i still have homemade pickled mustard green, so i quickly try it out, and quite impressed with the yummy taste..I supposed they tried to replaced the usual salted fish added in this dish with pickled mustard...


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If i tell you i never use MSG before, sound like i fool you. I use MSG but not that frequent, usually i will add in to the simple stir fry vegetable dish to enhance the taste, example like this dish. This is the type of MSG or gourmet powder i use which my mom use it all this while. So i think it is ok to use a little. I was fed with this by my mom since young and i still grown up so big size, should be alright, hahaha..

Did you use MSG in your cooking? If yes, which type that you use?

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Stir-fried bean sprouts with pickled mustard green
(recipe source: by Sonia aka Nasi Lemak Lover)


400g bean sprouts
IMG_4581 copy 50g pickled mustard green, shredded
3tbsp lard oil (or replace with normal cooking oil)


2 cloves garlic, chopped
1/2tsp salt or to taste
1/4tsp gourmet powder or MSG


Method
1. Heat lard oil in a wok over high heat, add in garlic and sauté till aroma.
2. Add in pickled mustard, combine well.
3. Add in bean sprouts, quickly stir fry till combine.
4. Add in seasonings, cook for 1-2 mins.
5. Dish out and serve with steamed white rice


38 comments:

蓝色小厨 said...

I always 豆芽炒咸鱼,my hubby like spring sprout so much.

Mel said...

Saliva drooling looking at this dish. I like beansprouts and more on pickled mustard too! But no, I don't use MSG. I usually will put some sugar in my cooking of dishes (act as a MSG lor...)

joceline lyn said...

Sonia,快来一碗清粥!这个芽菜看来好好吃的。

Li Shuan said...

I like this stir fry with poach chicken.. Yum. My mum used to use this MSG but I never cook with this at all. However I use Lee Kum Kee chicken powder which I suppose got lots of MSG in it.

My Little Space said...

Sonia, this is a very homey dish. I make this very often with the addition of salted fish. Except that I hate throwing those beansprout root. A lot of work! hehe...
Enjoy your week.
Kristy

Rachel said...

This looks like a good recipe for the pickled mustard green packet that has been in the cupboard for ages, thank you! I use msg for the same reasons as you. Not sure which brand but it doesn't come in a fancy box, haha.

Angie's Recipes said...

Such a homey and appetizing stir-fry. I sure will love it.

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cherry potato said...

我来煮锅白粥配一配吧....

spdong said...

sonia,
傻乎乎的我刚刚才知道自己中奖了!!!
无论如何,谢谢妳~:)

ICook4Fun said...

mmm this is a new way of stir-frying beansprouts. I like it and can't wait to try this out. My mom too will add a bit of MSG to her stir-fry greens once a while as for me I don't. I just add a pinch of sugar to it.

鲸鱼蓝蓝蓝 said...

看到这道菜
我好想念家乡胖胖脆脆的豆芽~~

Jessie-CookingMoments said...

No MSG in cooking& when we order food from the restaurant,we will ask for MSG-free,less salt&less oil becoz the children are going to eat the food with us! Simple food but great flavour! It reminds me of Ipoh's fatty spring sprouts!

Jessie-CookingMoments said...

Typing error,should be bean sprouts,silly me

eileen@hundted eighty degrees said...

I don't add MSG in my cooking. I love bean sprouts and I sometimes add fried 豆干。

Sakura said...

hey nice blog about those veges..
i love them..do visit at my blog too..
thanks alot.. :)

xing hui said...

ya,good idea. i try cook it before it is good. i m a new blogger and now just want to collect all my cook in my blog. ha... ha... welcome to c my blog at xinghuimeiweiqingyuan@blogspot.com

Cass @ 揾到食 said...

I always cook in this way. I will add in shredded red chili and spring onion too :)
Yes this is the MSG we used. My mother said it is healthier compare to others brand,haha!

Julie said...

Looks delicious !!

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Belly Good Cooking said...

I just bought a cookbook named " Reviving Street Hawker ". It uses a lot of " Vetsin " for their kuehs. And I was wondering, what is vetsin ah??? Oh.... now I knowlah. Lucky me, hehe. Will try out yr taugeh dish too, very appetizing..

Somewhere in Singapore said...

I never buy MSG before and never use before...

Sem said...

I didnt use any msg in cookings and my late mum never use msg in her cookings but still delicious, on the other hand my mother in law use the Knorr chicken powder(also a kind of MSG?) by packets,I'm not sure my hair falling faster because of that? haha

Joyce @ Chunky Cooky said...

The beansprouts looks good being fried to a delicious crunch, the way I like it !!.. And yes, usually we dont use MSG in home cooking. :)

Sally said...

这一道配粥肯定好吃。。

我从没用过味精,不过我家婆说如果要吃就用这个佛手牌的比较好噢。。。;)

anne said...

Simple and easy yet very tasty ! My mom back home in the the Philippines are using Ajinamoto :D But here I'm just using chicken powder lol

Phong Hong said...

Very nice dish. My Grandma say, must put MSG. It makes a difference but don't put too much. But I never listen heh..heh..heh...

yvonne said...

Bean sprout and pickled mustard~ I must try this combination at home!

Psst.... pickled mustard is ham choy, right?

Yee's Corner said...

i don't use MSG but my MIL does that Why her cooking always being praised so good & tasty specially by my son! Haha.... I would to try this recipe too! My favourite bean sprout is still the quick heat fry with shredded chili & salty fish!

Felicia Chai said...

简单好吃的感觉 (但简单的有时不容易弄,要拿捏得好 才会好吃 你真厉害)等下次我炒豆芽也来这样弄。刚好材料都有 只是没豆芽。对了 我也没用味精 妈妈一路来没用。不过你妈妈介绍那个我哥哥好像有用 比较有quality的。 继续煮厨愉快!

ping said...

This is interesting. I've always had fried taugeh with salted fish or plain with garlic but never with pickled mustard greens. What a great idea! I must try this next time!

love2dine said...

that is my favourite veg... i am going to try your wonderful delicious recipe.

Nami | Just One Cookbook said...

I love simple veggie dish like this. I'd love to try this pickled mustard green! Must be delicious. :-)

Sharon @ Feats of Feasts said...

My mom also use that exact type of MSG! Haha! But not in every dish she cooks. Certain ingredients are really bland and a bit would help but we have to personally watch our own intake.

Wen said...

My aunt uses Vetsin too. According to her, this is the premium msg and is fine to consume as compared to those commercial type.

Your vegetables dish is lovely too!

sweetsamsations said...

loooove this simple vegetarian recipe! Yumm!!

Yee Ling said...

I dun use MSG..that's why my food never really taste fantastic. Kids always run away when I serve them home cooked food.

kimmy said...

Sonia, I believed this dish is simple and good esp. with your homemade kiam chye. My 3rd batch of kiam chye [your recipe] will be ready tomorrow. Its soooo good. Everyone that I shared with gave the same comments. Totally forgotten about this dish. Thanks, now I remember.

Portable Hand Sinks said...

your blog is very inspiring. Great recipes and most importantly, wonderful pictures. I’m surely going to be a regular visitor to your blog.

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