Do you like noodles recipes? Or do you want to know another way to cook noodles in a vegetarian recipe? Then this Vegetarian Fried Bee Hoon or Fried Rice Vermicelli is a great dish to add to your meal.
Fried Bee Hoon or Fried Rice Vermicelli is one of our favourites. I like to cook this more often as it is easy to cook & ready in a few minutes. In this recipe, I only used mixed vegetables, but this is delicious when seafood is added. In Singapore, I can easily buy rice vermicelli & they taste well once cooked.
These days I am in the mood to prepare different Noodles & pasta dishes. So you will see a few more Noodles recipe posts during this month.:)
Here is the way I cooked Fried Bee Hoon.
Recipe: Vegetarian Fried Bee Hoon
Ingredients (for 2-3 servings)
160g Bee Hoon (rice vermicelli noodles)
2-3 cloves of garlic minced into a paste
1 cup mixed vegetables(carrot, cabbage etc)
1 tbsp dark soy sauce
salt, pepper as per taste
1 tbsp cooking oil
Water as required
Boil water & cook rice vermicelli as per package instructions. Add a drop of oil and a pinch of salt to the water when cooking vermicelli.
Drain & keep aside.
Heat a pan. Add oil & Fry chopped garlic till fragrant, then add vegetables, stir-frying for a minute or so. Then add salt & pepper to the vegetable mix together with dark soy sauce. Mix well.
Add cooked vermicelli into this mixture & mix well. Don’t overcook.
Mix well to avoid clumps.
Vegetarian Fried Bee Hoon is ready. Serve it hot.
This recipe is very easy to cook and good for lunch box.
Here is the Christmas themed Bento Box I packed using Fried Bee Hoon.
More Noodles & Pasta Recipes
Hope you like this Vegetarian Fried Bee Hoon recipe. Try it and let me know your experience in a comment.
If you like more noodles and pasta recipes, below are some recipes from the blog.
- This Orzo Recipe Will Help You Start With a Good Step The Mediterranean Diet
- Pasta in Bell Pepper and Tomato Sauce
- Stir Fried Flat Rice Noodles
- Spaghetti Aglio E Olio with Shrimp
- Broad Noodles Stir Fry with Tofu
What is your best or favourite way to cook noodles?