The night market in my neighbourhood is back to normal now. ‘Normal’ as in all the previous stalls that were operating before the pandemic are back. So it is business as usual now. During the Movement Control Order, only a handful of the stalls were operating and they were placed in different places.
There are also new stalls at the night market and one of them is this Fried Oyster stall (Oh Chien). I haven’t eaten this for a while so I decided to ask the stall operator if he can fry a packet of Oh Chien for me, keto style. Regular Oh Chien is cooked with rice flour mixed with water, egg and oysters. The keto version is without the flour, just egg and oysters. He said he can do that for me so I ordered a packet.
First he fried the egg
Then he dished the egg out and fry the oysters. I think it would taste better if he added the oysters in when he was frying the egg.
He put them in the plastic food container and mixed them up. Garnished with some spring onion. Taste wise, it was pretty ok. This packet of Keto Oyster (Oh Chien) cost RM8.