Veg Khow Suey is a noodle soup made with exotic vegetables of your choice like Zucchini, Carrots, Carrots, Capsicum cooked in a Coconut Milk Gravy. A dash of sugar for a bit of sweet touch and Lemon balances the flavors and adds to the tanginess of the dish.
The Dish came to East India from Burma. Popular street food and now a popular dish served at parties.
1. What is Khow Suey?
2. How to make Veg-Khow Suey?
3. How does Khow Suey Taste ?
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What is Veg-Khow Suey?
A Burmese dish with vibrant flavors made with exotic vegetables dipped and cooked in a soup/curry prepared with coconut milk. A one-dish meal with flavors that will tickle every tastebud in your mouth. Made by layering Noodles, a vegetable soup /stew made with veggies of your choice, and coconut milk. Special spice mix and sugar and lemon to add to its flavors. Topped with fried onions, fried or roasted peanuts, coriander leaves, and spring onions. Some chili flakes at the end.
How to make Veg-Khow Suey ?
Khow Suey is a simple 3-step recipe. Follow the steps and you will get the perfect flavor Burmese dish in your own kitchen.
Step 1: Boil the Noodles. Sieve them and Kepp them aside.
Step 2: Make a Vegetable stew with coconut milk. You can choose from a variety of vegetables or your choice. Like, Cauliflower, Broccoli, Zucchini, Carrot, Beans, Peas, Capsicum-red, yellow and green. I have made this veg-Khow Suey with carrots, Zucchini, Capsicum-red, yellow and green, and green beans. Also Spring onions-white part in gravy and green leaves for garnish or topping.
Step 3: Assemble the Dish. Put the Boiled noodles in the bowl. Pour the veggie-loaded coconut milk stew/soup. Add the toppings: Fried onions, peanuts, coriander powder, spring onion greens, fried garlic, chili flakes. Now at the end, sprinkle some lemon juice drops and Serve Hot.
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How does Khow Suey taste?
Khow Suey is a Burmese Dish. But its taste resembles that of Red or Green Thai Curry Paste. This dish has a soft and silky Noodle base. The creamy, slightly sweet, and tangy soup loaded with vegetables. The original recipe also adds Gram Flour, which I omitted. Gram flour gives the gravy/soup a nutty flavor and makes it a little thick. The toppings give a crunchy texture with the roasted peanuts and punch with fried garlic. Al in all a perfect full meal in a bowl.