Thursday, May 14, 2009

Fried Yam Cake

I had 4 photos for this post.
Normally I would only take photo of the end product.
But this time I would need the photos for explanation.


Yam cake was the main ingredient in this dish.
The grated yam cake was mixed with tapioca flour and later was formed into desired shape. Then, it was placed in a steamer until it was cooked.
You could prepare more yam cakes and they could be kept in the refrigerator for a few days.


The yam cake was cut into smaller pieces. Other ingredients were garlic, pork stripe, prawn, egg and spring onion.


As usual, you would need to heat up some oil. The sequence was garlic, prawn and pork stripe, followed by egg. When the ingredients were almost cooked, you would need to add a glass of water and seasoned it with black soy sauce, light soy sauce and pepper. The yam cake was then added and it was stir fried until fragrant and dry. Lastly, spring onion was added in and it was ready to be served.


I like the springy texture of the yam cake very much and wonder if this is a common dish. Tell me if you have tried this before.

5 comments:

FoOd PaRaDiSe said...

No recipe ah.......

soo sean said...

The recipe is embedded in the lines. It is actually pretty similar to the normal fried noodles. I will take more photos and blog about the making of the yam cake when I have time.

FoOd PaRaDiSe said...

Ya i am referring to the yam cake..... waiting for your posts ah.... so i can start making too. ^-^

homecookedrecipe said...

Thumb up. I love yam, I also like yam paste dessert (o-ni). But I haven't tried them yet, will try.

soo sean said...

Hi Food Paradise,

Will try to make it this weekend.

Hi homecookedrecipe,

I love yam too. Bubur Cha Cha, pork rib with yam etc....