Pumpkin Bee Hoon Stir Fried

200gm pumpkin bee hoon
2 eggs(lightly beaten)
100gm prawns
2 red chillies(sliced thinly)
1 onion(sliced thinly)
3 garlic(chopped)
100gms beansprouts
50gm cabbage(shredded finely)
2 sprigs spring onions(cut into a few segments)
2 tbsp light soy sauce
A dash of aji no moto

Soak the beehoon for about 20 mins and drain.Keep aside. Heat a wok , add about 3 to 4 tbsp of oil.
Add 1 tbsp water to the beaten egg and beat lightly.Pour in the egg mixture into the wok and make a swirl motion and shape it as rounded as possible like an omelette.Leave for a few secs before turning over.Transfer to a plate and cut the egg in fine shreds as thin as you like.Keep aside. Heat again another 1 tbsp of oil, saute the garlic until fragrant, add in prawns and onions.Saute further. Once the onion have soften and prawns cooked, add in the bee hoon and stir fry until all ingredients are well incorporated.Add in light soya sauce, aji no moto and red chillies.Stir fry further.If the dish is too dried, sprinkle some water.Mix in the cabbage and beanspouts and cook until the vegetables are partially cooked.I prefer to leave the veges slightly cruncy. Finally throw in the spring onions , give a few stir  and close fire.Garnish with shredded egg .Serve with pickled green chillies.

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  1. wow...what a delicious recipe !never heard of pumpkin bee hoon before ...can I substitute with something else ?

  2. Sure, you can use the normal vermicelli/bee hoon.This pumpkin bee hoon is sweeter and thinner compare to the normal ones.

  3. Never knew pumpkin vermicellis exist. Looks delicious and thanks for introducing ya ;)


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