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Vegetable Curry With Economic Bee Hoon

NEW MOON NUTRITIOUSLY MADE RECIPES EP.8 - Vegetable Curry with Economic Bee Hoon

Synopsis

Trying to switch to vegetarian? No worries! This recipe video will not only show you how to make a delicious homemade meal with just vegetables but also spice up a great appetite. This recipe is one that does not exceed 500 calories per serving!

 

Disclaimer

Please be informed that in this video, the stipulated calorie information is derived from general information provided from various food and nutrition sources. This information is based on standard product formulation, recommended serving sizes and average values for ingredients from New Moon suppliers. Deviation in serving sizes and preparation methods may affect the calorie information for each item.

 

Preparation (Serve 6) - Total Calories Per Serving: 444 kcal

For Economic Bee Hoon

[238 Calories]            Bee Hoon (dry, uncooked) (400g)

[370 Calories]            3 tablespoons of New Moon Vegetable Oil

[16 Calories]              4 cloves of garlic, finely chopped

[48 Calories]             6 small shallots, finely chopped

[24 Calories]             3 tablespoons of light soy sauce

[0 Calories]               2 cups of water (480ml)

[0 Calories]               Finely ground white pepper to taste

 

For Vegetable Curry

[239 Calories]           1 sachet of New Moon Vegetable Curry Paste (120g)

[0 Calories]               Water (600ml)

[63 Calories]             Round Cabbage, cut into chuncks (250g)

[38 Calories]             Brinjal (Eggplant), cut into chunks (150g)

[71 Calories]             Long Beans (Yardlong Bean), cut about 1 inch length (150g)

[177 Calories]           Tau Pok, cut half (50g)

[33 Calories]             Ladyfinger (Okra), sliced thickly (100g)

[62 Calories]             Carrots, cut into chunks (150g)

[99 Calories]             Coconut Milk (or Evaporated Milk) (50ml)
 

Cooking Instructions:

For Bee Hoon

1. Soak bee hoon in tap water for approximately 10 minutes until soften and drain.

2. Add oil into heated pan, sauté garlic and shallots until golden brown.

3. Add water and light soy sauce, bring to boil.

4. Add bee hoon, mix well and cover to cook for 1 - 2 minutes or until bee hoon is cooked.

5. Add some hot water if the bee hoon appears too dry. 

6. Add soy sauce and pepper to taste and mix well.

7. Turn off heat and set aside.

 

For Vegetable Curry

1. Put New Moon Vegetable Curry Paste and water into a pot and mix well.

2. Add vegetables and bring to a boil.

3. Lower heat and simmer approximately 20 minutes or until vegetables soften.

4. Add coconut milk and mix well.

5. Ready to serve.

 





Bak Kut Teh Traditional With Mee Sua

NEW MOON NUTRITIOUSLY MADE RECIPES EP.7 - Bak Kut Teh Traditional with Mee Sua

Synopsis

Taste the traditional brew of Singapore’s very own Chinese Pork Ribs Soup (Bak Kut Teh) in the comforts of your home with this simple recipe. This recipe is one that does not exceed 500 calories per serving!

 

Disclaimer

Please be informed that in this video, the stipulated calorie information is derived from general information provided from various food and nutrition sources. This information is based on standard product formulation, recommended serving sizes and average values for ingredients from New Moon suppliers. Deviation in serving sizes and preparation methods may affect the calorie information for each item.

 

Preparation (Serve 6)Total Calories Per Serving: 424 kcal

[44 Calories]           1 packet New Moon Bak Kut Teh Spices Traditional (30g)

[1234 Calories]       Pork Ribs with bone and fat (1kg)

[0 Calories]             12 cloves of garlic, lightly crushed (assume not consuming)

[0 Calories]             Water (2 Litres)

[205 Calories]         Mee Sua - Uncooked (60g)

[6 Calories]             Lettuce x 3 pieces, raw (40g)

 

Cooking Instructions:

1. Blanch the pork ribs in boiling water for about 1 minute, remove and drain.

2. Bring to boil 2 litres of water and add the blanched ribs, garlic and New Moon Bak Kut Teh Spices (remove filter bag - Chef Recommendation) into the pot.

3. Bring to boil. Lower heat and simmer for 1 hour.

4. Remove the pork ribs and add mee sua into the boiling soup.

5. Cook for 30 seconds or until mee sua are cooked.

6. Place some raw lettuce, pork ribs and noodles in a bowl, pous some hot soup over.

7. Ready to serve.