Saturday, 18 July 2015

Fried Oyster Cake

This delicious snack is one of Singapore's most amazing treats. This little fried cake is made from blended soya beans mixed with flour and rice flour and fried with a round ladle. UFO is another name for this fried oyster cake. Inside this delicious snacks are Oysters, minced prawns and pork and chopped green onions. It's one snack you will never forget.

Fried Oyster Cake

100 gm soya beans (washed and soaked overnight)
250 gms plain flour
50gms rice flour
300gms minced pork and chopped prawns  or any meat
100gms bean sprouts
1 stalk of spring onion.
300 gms oysters ( wash and drained)


Marinade meat with 1 tsp sugar 2tsp salt 2 tsp pepper and 1tsp cornflour.
 Add in bean sprouts, spring onion and mix well.
 Put in the fridge for later use.
 For the flour part we need  250 gms flour, 50 gms rice flour, add in the blended soy bean ( blend with 2 bowls of water) 2 tsp of baking powder 1 tsp salt and mix well.
 If it's too dry add in some water .
It shouldn't be  too watery.
I used soup ladle to make the kueh.
Heat up the soup ladle in 5 cups of hot oil and spread 1 tbsp batter add some meat, oyster and top up with another two tbsp of batter to cover the meat.
Put some peanut and ikan bilis on top and fry in the oil.
 If the ladle is hot the kueh will fall off easily.
If not use a sharp knife to loosen the kueh . Fry until golden brown.


  1. It sounds good and would be perfect for Inheritance Recipes link-up on my blog :)

  2. Pardon of my stupid questions...
    May I asked..when you mentioned
    ...... add in the blended soy bean ( blend with 2 bowls of water)
    Means i blend the soaked soya beans with 2 small rice bowls of water and strain after that?