Stir-fried Tau Geh (Mung Bean Sprout) and Pork
18 August 2009, 11:30 pm
Filed under: Cooking, Food, Pork, Vegies

While the mung bean sprout is enjoyed in a variety of dishes, stir-fried beansprout has been the standard style my mother prepares this crunchy vegetable.  My family has been introduced to the same method.

Fresh mung bean sprouts – wash and drain
pork belly rashers (pork liempo), diced
chopped garlic
onion sliced
tomato sliced
soy sauce
fish sauce
cooking oil
pepper and salt to taste
sesame oil
¼ cup water
chicken stock cube

Heat oil in a pan and sauté garlic, onion and tomato until well mixed
Add pork, water, soy sauce, chicken stock cube and cook until pork is tender
Add fish sauce and adjust taste with salt and pepper
Pour in mung bean sprouts mix well and stir-fry for 2 minutes
Remove from heat (I prefer the crunchy-tender bite of the tau geh)Sprinkle with sesame oil.



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