Thursday, September 24, 2009

Kaffir lime leaf Fried Mee hoon

For a change, I added Kaffir lime leaves into normal fried mee hoon (rice vermicelli), , the fried mee hoon is full of Kaffir lime aroma, very fragrant and nice.







Simple recipe to share:-


Ingredients

400g meehoon (rice vermicelli), soaked and drained

chinese cabbage

Kaffir lime leaves (cut small pieces)

carrot (shredded)

Onion (shredded)

Fresh prawn

chicken breast meat (slices)

fish ball / fish cake (slices)

chopped garlic

water

Seasoning:-

light soy sauce

salt

dark soy sauce(for coloring)

sugar

pepper

Garnishing:-

red chilli (shredded)

parsley (chopped)


Method :

1. Heat up oil, saute the chopped garlic until fragrant.

2. Add in kaffir lime leaves, prawn, fish cake and chicken breast meat, stir-fry until meat cooked.

3. Add in water and cooked till boiled. Add seasoning and stir well. Mix meehoon and stir well.

4. Add shredded carrot and shredded chinese cabbage.

5. Stir-fry until meehoon is cooked

6. Dish up and garnish with red chilli and parsley

25 comments:

Anncoo said...

I can smell the kaffir lime already. I will pluck the lime leaves from my garden and cook this soon.

Bakeling said...

I can eat 2 dinner plate of fried beehoon !

How nice if this is my breakfast ah ?

Canary said...

好香好吃的卖相,流口水。。。。。☺

taste traveller said...

This sounds like a lovely idea - so simple yet I imagine the lime leaves add a fresh note. Yum!

Sonia said...

Anncoo, so good, you have kaffir lime in your garden, usually I go to wet market to buy some (about RM0.50/bundle).

Bakeling, you can cook this too.

Canary, Thanks.

Taste traveller, Thanks for dropping by, I have added u into my blog list.

~Rachel~ said...

Wow, this is delicious. It must be full of fragrance in every bite u have..^_^

Nancymommy said...

感觉上很像泰式炒米粉....炒得真的很漂亮!

Palidor said...

Ooh, I just ate vermicelli last night! I cooked it with sliced cabbage. Yours look better than mine! BTW, I have an award for you, Sonia. It's on my blog. Hope you like it!

Little Corner of Mine said...

What a great idea! Look scrumptious!

cherry potato said...

aiyo,你的美食每次都让我口水流满地哦!

petite nyonya said...

Meehoon is one of my favorites, whether in soup or fried. This sure looks good esp with the prawns! Kaffir leaf definitely adds to the aroma.

Jackie at PhamFatale.com said...

I'm loving this dish. I starting growing a kaffir lime tree in my garden. I'm always looking for new recipes using the fragrant leaf, thanks for sharing!

ICook4Fun said...

I am sure this fried mee hoon taste really good with the additional of kaffir lime leaves. What a great idea. I must remember to try this out the next time I cook mee hoon.

Shandy said...

Sonia, I have never smelled a kaffir lime leaf and I am so curious about this. Your fried mee hoon looks delicious! I love coming to your blog because everything you do always looks and sounds just perfect and yummy.

Keats The Sunshine Girl said...

Good way to spice up the meehoon dish. I'll try next time. Thanks.

Sonia said...

Rachel, yes, we love that kaffir lime aroma.

Nancy,want to get a perfect fried meehoon, one important thing is you must find a good meehoon, I always use Jasmine brand..

Palidor, Thanks, I will hop over to collect that award.

LCOM, you may try out.

Petite, we also like meehoon.

Cherry, Thank you.

Jackie, Thanks for dropping by. You will love this.

Icook4fun, you bet you will like it.

Shandy, Thanks for your compliment. Come more often to my blog.

Beachlover's Kitchen said...

Hmmm...interesting and creative!! must try one day soon since I have quite alot of kaffir lime leaves..

smarthousewife said...

您的料理一向注重色彩搭配,很美觀的一盤炒米粉。
添加了Lime leaf,從來沒有用過這種食材,對我而言十分特別,相信是美味的秘方吧!

reanaclaire said...

kafir leaves.. yeah,first time i heard.. does it taste like tom yam meehoon? i wonder...

米亚 said...

i like to add kafir leaves into cooking too! This is another colourful and tasty dish...!

Sonia said...

Beachlover's kitchen, I think i need to plant it also.

smarthousewife, yes, this taste good

reanaclaire, almost like tom yam meehoon, but I did not add in chili paste

Mia, Thanks.

Jane Chew said...

Hi Sonia, 1st visit to ur hse through Kitchen 70's. Your blog is awsome. Love ur khaffir fried mee hoon. Not only looks nice but sure yum. I think i wil try out dis in dis long weekend (Monday we celebrate Queen's Bdy in Aust).
Would like to link u :)

温馨小屋 said...

哎哟!好多料哦!我看我来迟了!都给人家强光咯!

Colin Woon said...

Aiya! I'm late too! Any left for me?!

This look really really tasty!

Anonymous said...

I tried this myself few days back. It taste good!!! Bf loves it so much that he finish 2 portions!! (suppose to be my lunch the next day)

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