Vegetarian Bee hoon
Bee hoon is literally translated as rice noodles or rice vermicelli, popular in Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia. Vegetarian bee hoon is a common vegetarian dish you can find almost everywhere at Singaporean food stalls. The dish is made with vegetable stock, fried noodles and includes a wide variety of vegetarian ingredients: vegetarian fish, vegetarian duck, minced garlic, shredded cabbage, mushrooms, vegetarian Chaw Siew, and many others. Vegetarian duck and Char Siew are prepared of flour, water, and the fish is prepared of mashed green peas. They are usually burnt until brown and fragrant. Some stalls offer their customers bee hoon with curry vegetables. The dish is best eaten with gravy and chilli sauce.
There are two variations of Vegetarian bee hoon, light and dark, depending on the addition of the soy sauce.
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Vegetarian Bee Hoon, lifestylewiki.com
Vegetarian bee hoon from Holland Drive Market, www.foodbuzz.com
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