Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Bee Hoon Soup

Bowl of noodles. Pretty much says it about Been Hoon Soup. Of course, there's literally millions of ways you can make Bee Hoon Soup. How about my version? The halal version and ikan bilis/anchovies soup based version? Sincerely a delight. Maybe simplicity to the simplest level, yet, such a satisfying noodle dish (Mee Rebus, Penang Curry Mee & Lamb Pho). 

2 tbsp anchovies (rinse)
Yellow noodles/mee (as needed)
4 pips garlic (chopped)
10 fish balls
1 piece fish cake (sliced)
3 stalks spring onion (shredded)
1 tsp anchovies granules (optional)
3 tbsp oil
1 1/2 liters water
Salt and pepper for taste.

In heated oil, fry garlic till crispy.
Remove and keep aside.
In the same oil, fry anchovies till crispy.  
Remove and keep aside. 
Pour water in the oil and season with granules and salt.
Simmer broth to heat through. 
Blanch fish balls and fish cake in  the broth
Remove and assemble alongside the rest of the ingredients, including fried garlic and anchovies.
Pour stock over and serve immediately.
Oh, don't forget sliced chillies in soy sauce. 



  1. I rarely leave comments on blogs that I visit. But your blog is so interesting that I wrote a comment here. Fixed write and I wait for the next post. Thank you

  2. Thank you so much for your great comment. You made my day.

  3. love your recipes! i cant cook tt well, but your photos always make me drool ;-)

  4. Taste better if the anchovies is crispy.


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