WISH YOU ALL A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Hope you all had a good start this new year!! Start this new year on a positive and healthy note.
We have been feasting heavily since the last few days.Wanted to start this new year with some fusion recipe from my part of the world.Kids wanted to have bee hoon.
My Contribution for our #73rd #Foodiemonday #Bloghop theme #Newyear is this quick one pot meal Thai Green Curry Bee Hoon.
Presenting a yummy and easy Fusion recipe.
Recipe for Thai Green Curry Been Hoon
1 Packet of Rice Vermicelli (Organic)
1 Cup Broccoli florets
1 Cup roughly chopped Baby Spinach
3 Tbsp Green Thai Curry Paste(I have used store bought paste)
2 Tbsp Broad Bean and Chilli Paste
Salt to taste
1 Cup Button Mushrooms
1/2 Cup Soya chunks
2 Tsp Rice Vinegar
Place the vermicelli in hot boiling water for about 15 mins and switch off the flame. Keep the lid closed for about 10 mins. Drain the hot water and place the vermicelli under cold running water for 2 -3 mins .By doing this ,vermicelli will not stick to each other like a lump.
Soak soya chunks in water for about 20 mins.
Blanch Broccoli florets and baby spinach and keep it side.
Heat 2 tsp oil in wok. Add green thai curry paste and saute for few seconds till the oil is separate. Add button mushrooms and saute till it blends well with the curry paste. Add blanched veggies, soya chunks and vermicelli and mix well.Add salt to taste. After 5 mins add the bean paste and vinegar and mix well. Keep it on medium flame for about 5 mins and mix well again. Switch off the flame . Garnish with cherry tomato .Serve hot with freshly chopped red chillies in Soya sauce or Soya bean paste.
9 thoughts on “Thai Green Curry Bee Hoon (Dry Version)”
That looks delicious
A delicious way to begin the New Year Preethi. Its looks so delicious. Happy New Year to you and your whole family.
Looks so delicious Preethi. Can feel the taste.
Beautiful share Preethi, will try your recipe
Love this good-looking angel hair pasta!
Lovely share Preethi! 🙂