Sunday, August 16, 2009

Kway Teow Tomato

Kueh Teow Tomato only can found in Sarawak, it happens to be one of the many amazing dishes which only can be found in the land of the Hornbill. Both me and my wife are from Sarawak and since we were here in KL, it’s quite hard for us to find some of Sarawak food each time we crave for it. This dish is a must eat for each time me and my went back for a short trip to our hometown in Sibu. When returned back here in KL, each time if my wife craving for Kway Teow Tomato, I decided to try to cook it myself with my own version. Here’s my recipe.

Kway Teow Tomato

The ingredients:- 
Kway Teow, Scallops, Garlic, Parsley Leave, Scallions, Mustards Green (Sayur Sawi), Chicken Breast, Soya Sauce, Oyster Sauce, Tomato Sauce, Cooking Oil, Starch Flour, Salt and Food Seasonings (Ajinomoto)
The ingredient.


How To Cook:-
Ingredient A: 

  1. Put the Kway Teow on mixing boil.
  2. Add some salt, soya sauce and a bit of cooking oil into the kway teow.
  3. Mixed the ingredient till ready.
  4. Add some cooking oil on the frying wok.
  5. Add the mixed kway teow to the frying wok.
  6. Fried the kway teow and add some water so that it won’t stick on the frying wok.
  7. Once ready, you may leave the fried kway teow aside.
Fried the kway teow before add the sauce.


Ingredient B:

  1. Add some cooking oil on the frying wok.
  2. Add the mince scallops and garlic fried till golden brown.
  3. Add the chicken meats to the frying wok.
  4. While stirring, add some oyster sauce.
  5. Pour some water to the ingredient.
  6. Add some tomato sauce followed by salt and food seasoning according to preference.
  7. Mix the starch flour with water and then pour into the sauce.
  8. Keep on stirring till the sauce thicken and a bit sticky.
  9. Add salt and food seasoning if necessary.
  10. Add the cut mustards green into the sauce.
The sauce


Preparing the dish
Once the sauce had complete, you may pour the sauce onto the fried kway teow.
You may garnish the dish with parsley leaves and scallions if needed.

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