Brisk Breakfast: Satay Beehoon


If you’re squeamish about raw and bloody cockles, how about a can of cooked curry cockles? I can’t remember how much a can of this cost me, but I think it was about $1 or less. What do you do with it? Make a bowl of satay beehoon, of course.


This is what the contents of the can look like.


Just boil up some beehoon and chye sim, drain and toss it with the curry cockles.


And here’s the brisk breakfast, all done in 2-3 minutes. Allow the curry to seep in if you want the beehoon to be more flavourful. Tastes great. Try it.