This is my last drop of homemade rice wine, into the bowl of Mee Suah soup this morning. I had a whole bowl by myself this afternoon and I am really satisfied with it. Gosh, I think I eat more than a confinement lady. Yesterday morning when I was at the shop buying some pork ribs, the taukeh gave me a small piece of pig’s liver and a piece of pig’s kidney for FREE. I told Dearie Suki this taukeh really seng mok because I am his frequent customer. I go there once a week but every time I go there I am sure to spend a lot of money on buying pork and ribs.
So here you go, my Rice Wine Mee Suah this morning is with pig’s liver and kidney and wood’s ear fungus.
1 piece pig’s kidney, cut into thin slices
1 piece pig’s liver, cut into thin slices
1 small piece wood’s ear fungus, soaked in water and cut into thin slices
Some sesame oil
1 piece young ginger, cut into thin strips
Salt and sugar to taste
1/2 bottle of glutinous rice wine
1 bundle of mee suah, washed and drained
1. Heat sesame oil in pan. Saute the younger till fragrant.
2. Add in wood’s ear fungus and stir fried for a minute. Add in water and let it boil.
3. Once boil pour in the glutinous rice wine, pig’s kidney, liver and mee suah.
4. Season with salt and sugar and let it simmer for a minute or till the liver and kidney is cook. Dish up and serve hot.