Friday, November 06, 2009

Telur Masak Kicap (Fried Egg in Sweet Soy Sauce)

This is the easiest dish to make... If you do not mind the soy sauce, try it.. hehe.. A lot of Singaporean and Malaysian loves to use Habhal Kicap Manis (Sweet Soy Sauce), I think  this is the best brand for Kicap Manis. I brought one bottle Habhal Kicap Manis to US but unfortunately, even after I wrapped the bottle with bubble wrap and lotsa newspapers, it got broken in my bag that I checked in. Unable to save any drops and all my things soaked with soy sauce!! :(

If you do not have the sweet soy sauce then mix light soy sauce and dark sauce and some sugar, I used more light and less dark one. No need salt at all..

4 eggs,
1 small onion - slice
1 garlic - slice
1 green chilli - thinly slice
light soy sauce
dark soy sauce
  1. Fry the eggs. Set aside.
  2. Mix together the abt 1 tsp sambal, light soy sauce and dark sauce together in a small bowl.
  3. Heat a little oil (I used the oil from frying the eggs). Add in garlic. Fry till fragrant.
  4. Add the onion and green chilli. Fry till slightly soft.
  5. Pour in the soy sauce mixture and 1 tsp sugar and stir for a while and remove from heat.
  6. Pour the sauce onto the eggs.
  7. Sprinkle some chopped spring onions and ready to serve. 

Here is hubby's plate. He put the food on his plate nicely and told me to take a picture of his plate.. :)

Besides the fried egg in sweet sauce, I also made my teriyaki ginger chicken.

Just a side track a bit... A picture of family and friends from Singapore that I miss so much..
I am gonna add more pictures on this wall...  hehe..


Za said...

I use ABC brand...but it's not even close to the habhal one. SIgh...wish they'd sell that kicap cap kipas here. I hope your stuff were'nt ruined. I think it's going to be telur kicap tomorrow. :)

love the pic frame!

lilmizlynn said...

Yea, I wished they have the kipas brand here. they are the best....

That girl. said...

If you ask someone to post you Kicap Habhal, wrap in layers of newspapers, then plastic bag, then newspapers again, and then the bubble wrap, and make sure it's really all tight. Alhamdulilah, I got mine in a perfect condition. ;)

raian said...

Alternatively, use a plastic bottle that is used to store soft drinks e.g coca-cola. After filling it with the condiment, tape the cap securely with 'scotch'/sticky tape. Then pack it with bubble wrap in a ziplock bag. Did that when friend need special condiment from my country by airmail XD

Andrew said...

Look what I found. :)

I've ordered it from them before. It's very costly, but Habhal's is the best.

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