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April 04th, 2007 33 Comments

Stir-fried Brussels Sprout Recipe with Dried Sole

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Recipe: Stir-fried Brussels Sprout with Dried Sole

Ingredients:

10 Brussels sprouts (cut into halves)
2 pieces of dried sole fillet (cut into small pieces)
2 cloves garlic (thinly sliced)
1 tablespoon oyster sauce
1 tablespoon water
1 tablespoon cooking oil
3 drops of sesame oil
A dash of pepper
A pinch of sugar

Method:

Heat up a small pot of water and bring it to boil.
2) Add a few drops of cooking oil into the water (to preserve the color of the Brussels sprouts) and boil the Brussels sprouts for two minutes. Drain and set aside.
3) Heat up the wok and add the cooking oil.
4) Add the sliced garlic and do a quick stir.
5) Add in the dried sole fillet pieces and stir fry until they turn golden brown and crispy.
6) Add in the Brussels sprouts, oyster sauce, water and stir fry for 1 minute.
7) Add the sesame oil, a dash of white pepper powder and a pinch of sugar.
Dish up and serve hot.

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  1. MeiyeN says:

    i like Brussels Sprout alot!!!!! we usually eat this outside and i must say that you are great, could cook so well!!!!!! envy, envy……

  2. BuddingCook says:

    yums look simple and delish. :D i haven’t ever made brussel sprouts.

  3. Tummythoz says:

    Not familiar with that ‘pee hu’. At first thot those were ‘kiam hu’.

  4. Stef says:

    Who says Belgium hasn’t much to be famous for? Brussel sprouts!

    Ok, back to the kids as they r trying out some Belgian chocolates (saves me to bring them each time me go overseas :-)

  5. Kok says:

    Rasa Malaysia,
    A simple dish and you can cook it so well. You are just too good in cooking. Well done!:)

  6. Kenny Mah says:

    I think Brussel sprouts are much maligned in literature, esp. the children variety. I love them — so crunchy and green and fresh! Yum, yum…

  7. Wandering Chopsticks says:

    Hey RM,
    I wonder what you can do with that whole stalk of Brussels sprouts I saw at the farmers’ market? :P

  8. tigerfish says:

    I love brussel sprouts! Alamak, how to try the recipe if no Pee Hu :O
    I like Pee Hu too, not as saltish compared to Kiam Hu. Where you get yours from ?

  9. wmw says:

    Me too! I love Brussel Sprouts! You make vegetables look so good! Ha ha ha…

  10. Oppss says:

    yeah… same here.. I do eat a lot of vege but don’t normally take pictures of them. They always turn out to be the green blah like you said. Your brussel sprouts do look very good though.
    btw, I am in south pasadena.

  11. Chubbypanda says:

    I can’t find the shrimp. =b

  12. pablopabla says:

    I had a lot of brussels sprouts when I was studying in Leicester, England. Cheap and nutritious!

    By the way, the digital camera really does wonders to your food and presentation. Great pics!

  13. Precious Pea says:

    Brussel sprout is my fav! Crunchy and flavourful. Is dried sole also called as ‘Chai Yu’?

  14. Pradeep says:

    I made something like this a while ago thru experimentation. Instead of dried sole I used smoked duck and shredded the sprout. Turned out great! the T&T supermarket here in vancouver is a great source

  15. elmomonster says:

    That new camera of yours! DAAAANG!

  16. Rasa Malaysia says:

    Meiyen – yep, eat this outside is better…more wok hei, mine has no wok hei. :P

    Budding Cook – so when are you making yours.

    Tummythoz – I am sure you have had it before…it’s usually used during Chinese New Year for this dish stir-fried with bangkuang, etc.

    Stef – oooh, I want Belgian choc.

    Kok – you are too sweet. Thanks. :)

    Oopps – oooh, we are not too far away, that’s awesome. Next time we must save our prawn heads together and we can cook our favorite Hokkien Mee together. Great idea, yes? I am serious, not joking. :)

    Chubbypanda – yeah, I used them all up for my prawn noodle!

    PabloPabla – Now I know, anyone can take pretty decent pictures provided you have the right gear. When are you buying?

    Precious Pea – I think you are right, yes, Pee Hu is Hokkien, I believe the Cantonese call it Chai Yu 柴鱼。

    Pradeep – smoked duck and shredded Brussels Sprout…wow, you are too creative! Sounds like a gourmet meal. :)

    Elmo – I think the pictures turned out decent. Not to the level I wanted yet, I need more practices and a new better macro lens I think! :P

  17. WilsonC says:

    This is so the wrong site to be in at 2 in the morning. *stomach grumble*

  18. team BSG says:

    wa more delicious slimming secrets from da Princess !

    btw V have partially fulfilled yr gluttony fantasy of a poor man’s economy Chinese Banquet rice in KL,

    mission accomplished TQ

  19. lucia says:

    er… i don’t know what is dried sole… even with the hokkien name pee hu, i don’t know! (even with pictures!! crazy eh!).

    it look like what one usually use for economy fried mee/bee hoon, in hokkien something like this ‘teh ga kee’.

  20. Ben says:

    HI Rasa Malaysia: The pictures of the brussels sprouts were really good. It’s so hard to get the character out of such things but you did it so marvelously. Care to share how you did it? The lighting seems much better now … was it natural light?
    Ben

  21. Rasa Malaysia says:

    WilsonC – I see that you are in KL…just go to Mamak store, hehe. :)

    TeamBSG – thanks for doing the economy rice post.

    Lucia – ask your mother, I am sure you have had it before. This is no “tek gah kee,” it’s fish! ;)

    Ben – I left a comment for you…I started shooting in RAW mode, and it’s working out awesome. I am quite pleased with the results! :)

  22. Ming_the_Merciless says:

    I live in an Irish neighborhood so I eat a lot of brussels sprouts. But they tend to cook it to death, like diner broccoli. Your sauteed brussels sprouts looks nice and crunchy.

    Normally, they take out the core to reduce the bitterness. I notice you didn’t take the core out. Was it bitter?

  23. simcooks says:

    Oooh. I think this dried sole thinghy is what I had brought back from Singapore! I was wondering what is the Engligh name for it as I only know the name in Teochew!

    They are so yummy and can be added to soup too! I just used some of it for my stir-fried tao gei today.

  24. pablopabla says:

    My digi camera is less than a year old. Not time to upgrade yet :)

  25. Sweettooth says:

    hi! RS.. I’m so gonna try cooking this. It’s gonna be my 1st attempt at brussels sprout. btw, i dig ur blog…so inspiring to budding cook like moi heheee..

  26. LordJezo says:

    I want to head out to my local Asian supermarket for some dried sole in a day or so to try out this dish. Where in the store is it? I have plenty of Chinese supermarkets around here so finding a place to shop wont be a problem, just wouldn’t know which aisle to look in. Does it actually say “Sole” on the package or will I need to bring a translator with me?

  27. Anonymous says:

    how about crushing some of the golden fried dried sole fillet pieces and sprinkled over the dish just before serving … hmmm …

  28. Anonymous says:

    stir-fried Brussels sprout with dried sole sounds like a good idea. thank you for sharing stir-fried Brussels sprout with dried sole recipe.

  29. Dan says:

    Yes – someone else who loves brussel sprouts! I love brussel sprouts, but for some reason my friends aren’t that into it.

    Your pictures look really tasty and I definitly will try your recipe. Personally, I love brussel sprouts and all green asian veggies cooked in chicken stock. It just tastes so so good!

    Thanks for this post!

  30. ramenkia says:

    Your recipe is good. I usually use kiam hu for bean sprouts or kailan and they are good too. I have no doubt that pee hu will be good, but getting dried sole could be a problem, especially in NZ. Will definitely try it out once I get some pee hu. Thanks.

  31. keekerngcheng says:

    Never knew how to cook brussel sprouts, so was glad to try this recipe. Yes it turned out great except the fried sole fish wasn’t crispy anymore,perhaps it was because I washed them under running water prior to cutting them up and frying.Could you please confirm that they are not supposed to be washed. Thank you for sharing this recipe.

  32. mia farah says:

    vegetable make are body healty :)

  33. Wendy says:

    I tried out this dish. It delicious! I like Brussels sprout but often find them too bland. My husband loves this dish. I didn’t use the dry version of the fish. I used bottle salted fish. They are soaked in oil in a bottle and the salted fish stays really fresh. Just as the recipe mentioned, the salted fish needs to be stir fry till it’s crispy and brown. It turns out so great that i’m including it in my recipe file and i suspect that i will be cooking brussel sprout more often now! I have also tried cooking brussel sprout (saw on a cooking show) using duck skin and olive oil and adding sausage/ham and apple into it. The sweetness from the apple and saltiness from the sausage complement very well with the Brussel sprout. However, your dish is so much simpler and tasty. Thank you very much for sharing.

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