Friday, September 26, 2008

Mee Goreng

Just finished cooking this mee goreng for my cell group later. I have never cook mee goreng before and just thought of trying. Added ingredients based on some of the mee goreng I have had before. I have yellow tau kwa, potato, fishcake, prawns, onions, tomatoes and spring onions into it.

This big one is to bring to cell group.

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This small plate is for hubby. Hubby said it was a little too spicy for him but the taste was good. I am happy to get his thumbs up for my first attempt.

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Mee Goreng Recipe

Ingredients
1 kg of yellow noodles (rinse with some hot water to get rid of oil)
2 pieces of fishcake (sliced)
1 piece of taukwa (sliced into size to your liking)
Some prawns
1 tomato (cut into wedges or cubes)
1 potato (boil in water till soft and cut into cubes)
Some spring onions cut into 1.5 inches length
1 big onion cut into wedges
Some minced garlic

Seasoning
3 tbsp sambal chilli paste (you can use those in a bottle)
3 tbsp tomato sauce
2 tbsp chilli sauce
2 tbsp light soya sauce
1 tbsp dark soya sauce
1 tbsp sugar
100 ml of water
Salt to taste

Methods:
1. Add some oil in a wok, throw in onion and garlic and fry for a few minutes until onion is broken up. Add in all the seasoning ingredients except salt. Stir to mix well. Do a tasting of the sauce. Add salt or sugar till you are satisfied with the taste. Add in noodles, fishcake, taukwa, prawns and cooked potato and fry until all are well coated with the sauce and the prawns are cooked. Depending on how wet you want the noodles to be, off the fire once you are happy with the consistency of the noodles. Throw in the spring onion and give it a few stir. Dish it up and serve it immediately.

17 comments:

skinnymum said...

you so nice for a first try.... guess you are just gifted in cooking. if i were to fry yellow noodles, it will all stuck together in a lump!

Cranberry said...

wow lee, you make me crave for it now! looks so yummy!

MamaElla said...

By looking at it self..I can tell it is delicious..it is spicey?

FAMILY FIRST said...

We would normally have mee mamak at the local mamak stalls for supper once in a blue moon. They really taste good but cannot be eaten too often - fattening la. And yours looks just like those from the mamak stall - authentic!

Hugbear said...

Thanks everyone for your kind words.

Mamaella yes, it is spicy. Just the way I like it.

SIG said...

Oooo... I love this Chinese style mee goreng. I like them a bit moist. :)

Anonymous said...

Hi Hugbear,

Been viewing your blog and glad that you are back in action! Thanks for sharing on your creations.

Hammy

Hugbear said...

You are welcome Hammy.

Let's masak said...

Looks so yummy!!!! I like mee goreng a lot (but fattening lah).

The yellow noodles looks like thicker than the usual one sold in supermarket.

Kriztin said...

Thank you so much for sharing the recipe. The Mee Goreng looks so yummy. Planning to give this a try during this weekend :)

Anonymous said...

hi leelee,

haven't been here for a month and i was pleasantly surprised to see all these updates. wow! you have been busy cooking and baking. your marshmallow fondants are so colourful and pretty too.
i have always wanted to cook mee goreng and so will give your recipe a try one of these days.
pt

Hugbear said...

Hi PT, yup, I am in my cooking mood again. Hehehe. Try it and let me know how it turn out for you.

zy said...

wow, looks really good! i always feel motivated to attempt cooking/baking after reading ur blog. ur recipes works wonders!! thanks so much for sharing good stuff with ur readers

Anonymous said...

Hi again ! Thanks for sharing the recipe ! Tried it & its very yummy ! I just need to make it more spicy cos my mum like it super spicy ! Thanks again for always sharing your recipes , you are the best !

- Ah Pei

Anonymous said...

Hi, I am in NY and I usually browse your blog at night. Doing so never fails to leave me hungry
:) Thanks for this wonderful blog.

JL

Anonymous said...

Hi there, how many bowls of noodels does this receipe yield?

CT

Hugbear said...

Hi CT, difficult to tell you how many bowls but this recipe with 1 kg of noodles can easily feed up to 8-10 persons. Of course if you have got a big eater amongst you then it will be different. Cheers :)

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