I bet Malaysian or Singaporean know this pretty well. We usually can buy this fried noodle from the economy rice stall. Economy rice stalls typically consist of a glass case containing anywhere from 10-15 troughs of cooked food, including meat, vegetables, eggs and tofu. Customers select any combination of these dishes, which are served accompanied by a portion of steamed white rice. In Malaysia, it is more common to find the food on open troughs kept warm by hot water and an electric heater below. And most stalls sell these fried noodles. I find that it’s one of the best-fried rice noodles ever! I love to have it with a bowl of piping hot plain congee/porridge for breakfast. Guess I watched too many Hong Kong dramas. LOL!
Economy Fried Rice Noodles (Bee Hoon)
Okay, here’s the thing. You can be creative with the ingredient except for the sauce and of course you need rice vermicilli. You can add whatever you wish to it. Fish cakes, beansprouts, chives, spring onion or etc. Just add to your liking. Below it’s what I added.
200-250gm Rice Vermicilli (soaked in room temperature water until soft)
80gm Greens Baby Leaves
1 Chinese Sausage (sliced)
1 Egg(beaten with some chinese cooking wine and a pinch of cornstarch)
3-4 cloves Garlic(minced)
1-1 ½ tbsp Dark Soy Sauce
2tsp Oyster Sauce
2tsp Light Soy Sauce
Salt and Pepper to taste
1.First make the shredded egg for garnish. Beat the egg with some cooking wine and cornstarch.
2.In a pan heat up some oil in medium heat, pour in the egg and give it a good swirl to get an even level of egg. Let it completely cooked.
3.Let it cool and slice thinly.
4.In a clean bowl, mix in sauce’s ingredient and set aside.
5. In a pan/wok, add in oil and stir the garlic till fragrant, add in the chinese sausages. Stir for a while.
6.Pour in the sauce, let it come to boil. Drain the noodles, and add it into the pan.
7.At high heat, stir until the sauce vanish and noodle become soft. Add in the green baby leaves.
8.Keep stirring until the vegetable fully cooked.
9.It’s done! Serve it with the shredded eggs.