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Oysters with Bean Sauce (Taucheo)

Stir-fried Oysters with Bean Paste (Taucheo)

Plump, juicy, succulent, perfectly cooked, soft, smooth, and absolutely DELICIOUS.

Prepared with the simplest of ingredients–fermented bean paste (taucheo), ginger, scallion, red chilies–this dish is a gem…

Stir-fried Oysters with Bean Paste (Taucheo)


Goh Huat Seng Restaurant (AKA my favorite Chinese restaurant in Penang)
59A Lebuh Kimberly
10100 Penang
Tel: (6)04-2615811, (6)04-2615646


Yes, I do know how to make this dish, but where do I find fresh baby oysters that won’t cost me US$2 per oyster?! And no, those giant alien-like-shell-on oysters at Asian supermarkets in the United States won’t work. If you know where to find affordable (fresh) baby oysters, please let me know!

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11 COMMENTS... read them below or add one

  1. Cynthia

    I’ve never had oysters before but these look so plumb and juicy and with those simple ingredients, I bet the flavour of the oysters really come through.

  2. lucia

    mental jog

    ooh they look yummy. i do like to eat oysters but not too often. once in a long while it’s ok.

    don’t know about the one at kimberly street but i heard there’s a good one at carnarvon street.

  3. Anonymous

    I have the same problem here too. Man, I miss or chien… so so so much…… :(

    Have always wanted to say hi here to you, kaki lang.. My parents are huuuuuge fan of your blog and I truly enjoy and adore your photos and recipes. Greetings from Germany :)

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