Stir Fry Bean Sprouts with Wolfberry
Heat wok with little oil and fry garlic till aromatic and add in prawns, stir fry prawns till cooked at high heat.
Then add bean sprout, shredded carrot and wolfberry, give a quick stir for about 2 mins, so it maintains the freshness and slight crunch of the bean sprouts and lastly add salt, light soy sauce and some pepper, mix well.
Off heat and serve immediately.
Ann, I cooked this last night to go with congee. It was marvellous! We all had extra congee because we wanted to finish the beansprouts. Thank you, Ann!
Ai Li, you're welcome 🙂
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Thank you Chris :))
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Ann, I love bea sprout too but always too lazy to do the cleaning. If I have a maid then I'll eat it everyday. haha… Yours look very tempting.
Hope you're having a great day.
Goji berries in stir-fries?? Very interesting! Must tyr this.
Angie, sliced chicken sounds good too! Will try that the next time 🙂
Lyndsey, Thank you!
Sarah, You can use goji berry to make tea too!
Cakewhiz, Thank you!
Chris, so glad that you liked it.
Now Serving, Thank you for coming to my blog and your nice words.
WOW! pasta with goji berries sound delicious and your treat goji as snack…he is a healthy boy :))
Alice, thank you very much for giving an award 🙂
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that is a very interesting combo – pasta with goji berries eh – digging it a lot – I use gojjis in our morning power drink -or my son takes handfuls of it each time he passes by 🙂
This dish looks so bright and fresh. Love the colour~
Ann, I tried this last night – not bad leh.
Congrats on your awards! And your pasta dish looks healthy and tasty. Thanks for sharing 🙂
wow – very very quick meal. I've heard of goji berry, but never tried them. I know our local deli stocks them, so I'll really need to buy some next time I'm in town !
I like the way you cook! It's a beautiful plate and sounds delicious as well. I like the quick, easy meals as long as they are tasty! Like this one!
I made similar one before, but with sliced chicken instead of prawns, and it was delicious too. I will have to try with seafood next time.
delicious colourful flavours
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Thanks ALL for your nice words. This is a very delicious to me and hope you'll like it too :))
Mamatkamal, hahaa…this is not pasta, is bean sprouts *=*
Candy, 我本身很喜欢吃豆芽，希望你也会喜欢 🙂
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You're not a lazy cook my dear, you are one of the most perfectionist cook I've ever met on line. I've never tried pasta without a tomato sauce, your recipe sounds easy and inviting! Have a nice day Anncoo!
Like the idea of adding wolfberry, very healthy ^_^
Wow! I can eat the whole plate of taugeh all by myself:D I'll keep the shrimps for last to slowly savour them…yummy!
what a great idea! never know goji can add to bean sprouts, i must try this soon.
wolfberry is a nice touch and lend sweetness to this dish. It's so pretty!
This looks so tasty,Anncoo!
Wow, this looks so delicious and flavourful! I love all dishes with an asian influence. Thanks for sharing.
mmm…prawns prawns prawns and more prawns please 😛 can never get enough prawns. never tried stir frying with wolfberries before, how interesting. adds great colour to a dish too. i like this combo of ingredients, Ann. thanks for sharing.
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What a marvelous dish! Wolfberries make fabulous accent to the plate. How do you manage to make your dishes look stunningly beautiful! Talent I suppose! I love them all!
Cherry Potato, 尽量的吃健康，所以就煮点简单的。
@Biren @ Roti n Rice
Biren, sometimes when I am lazy to trim the bean sprouts I can buy those trimmed from Cold Storage.
Tata, you use wolfberry for tea and soup.
hi ann, the next time i cook this, i must also add in the wolfberries. thanks for d idea!
i love bean sprouts and best of all, they're cheap!
A really interesting way of cooking beansprouts. I am sure it tasted delicious too.
love the vibrant red that the wolfberry gives, makes the usually dull veggies look extra irresistible!
I'm even lazier than you, cuz I don't used to trim the ends of bean sprout. Hehehe…
Superb idea Ann! I only used Goiji in soups and teas, never in stir fry dishes. I can already the sweetness from this simple, yet healthy and delicious dish, yum!
look so DELICIOUS! (: i love to eat wolfberry! YUMMY!!
I like cooking with Wolfberries too & certainly looks delicious with taugeh 🙂
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I've never thought of bean sprout and wolfberries! Nice combo of natural sweetness :0
Aha…I see prawns there!!! I will eat the whole plate 😀