Sunday, May 17, 2009

Fried Spaghetti

Fried this for our lunch today. A very simple fried spaghetti with chicken and prawns and black pepper.

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Fried Spaghetti

½ pkt of spaghetti (cooked according to the package instruction)
Chicken cut into slices
Prawns
1 big onion sliced
½ green capsicum shredded
Some chopped garlic
Some carrot shredded

Sauce (mix together in a bowl)
250ml of dashi stock (add 1 tsp of dashi powder into 250ml of water)
1 tbsp of dark soy sauce
2 tbsp mirin
some black pepper

Method: Heat some oil in a wok. Fry onion, capsicum until fragrant. Add in carrot, chicken, prawns and fry till cooked. Add in all the sauce and stir well till it boils. Add in cooked spaghetti and fry until the sauce has reduced. If it is still too wet, make a corn starch mixture and add into spaghetti to thicken it.

*Note: You can replace the spaghetti with cooked udon.

17 comments:

LifeIs said...

This looks delicious! :)

Superzspiczy said...

it looks more like Spore Hokkien mee... yummy!!!

Charming said...

This looks tasty. I have never fried spaghetti before, better than the Hokkien Mee becos I find them too yellow.

Anonymous said...

I used to replace yellow noodles with spaghetti when I was residing in France for 2 years. I used it to cook all noodle dishes eg. mee goreng, mee rebus, hokkien mee. It all turns out even better than our yellow noodle. ^^

Great site Hugbear! 1st visit today and hooked already. =)

Susanna

Hugbear said...

Hi Susanna, when I was residing in Washington DC, I also use spaghetti for my mee robus and laksa. Very good too.

Mavis said...

Hi Baking Mum,

I just came across your blog and you mentioned you got some of your jelly moulds from Ng Meng Huat in JB and you provided the address.

Do you mind, giving me more information on this place? Like, is it near any petrol station/ food centre/ shopping centre?

So sorry for troubling you. Cos I think my family will be making a trip to JB these few days and I would like to buy some supplies from there, but not too sure where it is.

If you don't mind, can you email me at niboryam@hotmail.com?

Thank you so much for your attention and time.

Mavis

Chris said...

hi,this is chris. Am inspired by your blog.Wonder if you could share your recipe of the baked tapioca cake(Jan 1 09). I have tried many recipes
but I dont seem to find one where the crust is browned like yours.If you care to send the recipe to ccacerj@hotmail.com. Thank you

艾丽西娅 said...

Mmm...looks yummy, I think I wanna try this out :) thks for sharing! BTW, I am new in blogging...welcome to my page to give opinions and comments...

Chow and Chatter said...

great site and recipes will follow Rebecca

Hugbear said...

Hi Chris, the recipe is shared under Baked Tapioca Kueh.

Uncle Lee said...

Hello Hugbear, There is no spectacle on Earth more appealing than that of a beautiful woman in the act of cooking dinner for the people she loves.

You have a great weekend and keep a song in your heart. Best regards, Lee.

Anonymous said...

can I have your receipe for the fried sphagetti

Anonymous said...

Hi! Don't mind share your receipe for the freid sphagetti.
Thanks.
Chirs (cpoh@ymail.com)

Barry Kraft said...

The recipes look good too. sounds quite yummy…not exactly a balanced and nutrtious meal though! Your expression was very easy to read and understand. I love fried spaghetti recipe. This looks so good, but my family doesn't like fried spaghetti. I may try this recipe, substituting something in place of the fried spaghetti, although nothing comes to mind at the moment. Dude This recipe is bomb and all my friends love. Nice photo! thanks for the wonderful entry.

Ernest Moretti said...

Looks fantastic. I love spaghetti, and like them spicy. Excellent food-blogging! After reading it, I'm feeling hungry. Another way to enjoy one of my very favorite foods!!We are making this for the fourth time, so needless to say, it's a great recipe. Yes really I love fried spaghetti recipe. Thanks for the wonderful entry.

Ay Choo said...

Hi, May i know where to get the Dashi powder & mirin?

Hugbear said...

You should be able to get it from supermarket that like Cold Storage or Jason or some NTUC that sells more Japanese stuff.

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