Monday, October 12, 2009

Hokkian Mee

Hokkian people like me must know how to cook this Hokkian style of noodle, this style of noodle must use yellow noodles ( i found a stall selling this yellow noodles which contain less alkaline water) , lard (usually I omit this ) and dark soy sauce ( for colouring purposes)..




-see how dirty is the Desmond's face, hahaha..




Simple recipe to share :-

1kg Yellow noodle
300g Chai Hsin (Asian Mustard green veggie)
1 Fish cake (cut into slices)
200g fresh shrimps
200g meat , sliced 
6 shallots, sliced
3 garlic, chopped
water (adjust accordingly)

Seasoning
1 and 1/2 tbsp light soy sauce
1tbsp oyster dauce
1 tbsp dark caramel soy sauce  (but not dark soy sauce)
1tsp sugar
a dash of pepper
salt to taste
Steps:-

1. Saute shallot till golden brown, dish out some and remain some and add in garlic fry till aroma, add in prawn, fish cake and pork and stir fry for a while.

2. Add water and cook till water boiled.

3. Then add in yellow noodle and green mustard, add in seasoning, cook for 2-3 mins.

4. Garnish with fried shallot and serve hot.


** I invented a new way of enjoying this Hokkian mee, add Tabasco chili sauce, surprisingly yummy, you may want to try it next time you cook this noodle.


Do enjoy cooking !!!



37 comments:

Canary said...

Hokkian fry mee also my favour food. ♥

苏联妈妈 said...

i love hokkian mee ! one big plate pls! hahaaa

smarthousewife said...

原來福建麵是這樣子。

Bakeling said...

I can't see noodles but seeing a lot of ingredients ! "jin ho liao "!

Did you eat noodle or the ingredients ? Hahhaha !

Anncoo said...

Hokkien Mee looks so delicious. My husband who is a Hokkien and also love this mee very much.

Sonia said...

Canary, you like this too huh..

Sulianmummy, you too.

smarthousewife, you never eat Hokkian mee before, then you must try it out.

Bakeling, so must put a lot of ingredients during photo shoting (actually I add a lot of ingredients too) , make your drooling lor..

Anncoo, this is my husband super favorite noodle too.

TINTIN said...

This is one of my kids favourite food. When I lazy, I will cook this for them...hehee!!!

Palidor said...

Mmmm, lovely noodles! Getting messy when you eat noodles is half the fun! ;-)

Nancymommy said...

你的料多又实在...外面真的不能比啊...

ICook4Fun said...

Just look at the expression on your son face. The Hokkien Mee must be really good :)

Sonia said...

Tintin, me too, but this time is upon my husband's request, his favorite noodle.

Palidor, ya, have to carefully eat this noodle.

Nancy, cook at home, we can put as many of ingredients we like, and fesh one too.

Icook4fun, he is another noodle lover,same like my husband..

Colin Woon said...

This is the dish I "MUST" order when I go to the Malaysian restaurant here. And yours look much much more delicious than one prepare by the chef here. I want a dish too!

Sonia said...

Colin, next time you come back here, you must try the Hokkian mee cook with charcoal, much much better.

zurin said...

I LOVE hokkien mee. you make it sound so easy :))tq for sharing.

Nat said...

The Cute and Happy look on your little one's face tells me exactly how yum that dish is :) ! My little girl loves noodles too...i must try this ! it looks incredible !

Shandy said...

Your little boy is adorable enjoying his plate of Hokkian Mee. My whole family loves noodles and I am wondering if I could try and make this dish here?

Sonia said...

zurin, you are most welcome, hope you will like it.

Nat, quickly cook for your girl, I bet she will like this.

Shandy, if you could not find yellow noodle, you can just replace with any noodle which you can easily find.

Beachlover's Kitchen said...

I can place my daughter and your son together eat Hokkian mee contest!!hahaha!! now you make me hungry just looking at your son mee!! I bet yours must taste super yummy!!

Sonia said...

Beachlover's kitchen, your daugher also like Hokkian mee? good for her.

My Little Things Corner said...

wow, can not tahan le...see your son face already know yummy yummy...

Sonia said...

My little things corner, actually this is not his favorite, his favorite is the "Loh Mee", every week I need to cook for him, hahaha..

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Cindy Khor said...

i miss this a lot. thanks for sharing the recipe. now i get to eat it without the need to return to malaysia. hopefully i cook it alright.

The Little Teochew said...

Those noodles look REALLY good! That little boy is very handsome. Is he your son?

Little Corner of Mine said...

Delicious! I loved Hokkein mee!

米亚 said...

Im not hokkien people but i like hokkien noodle... i like those really fat noodle + deep fried pork fats!... the hokkien noodle over here is very different, thin and tasteless... aww... i miss hokkien mee so much!

Nate-n-Annie said...

I always go for the lard ;-)

Cute kid.

Sonia said...

Cindy,hopefully you are able to find the yellow noodle at your place

The Little Teochew, yes, Desmond is my youngest son..He likes to eat noodle especially Loh Mee.

LCOM, Thanks.

Mia, remember to try this when you back home here.

Nate, you are right, actually Hokkian mee should have lard, but due to health conscious..can't add in..

HS Kitchen And Hobby said...

I see Desmond's face , I know that this noodle must be 100% yummy yummy. Can I also have one plate please ? ^_^ At my hometown, this noodle we call it "hokkian cha" "福建炒".

gaga said...

I love this dish. It's one of my favorites!

taste traveller said...

Sonia, you make all these dishes seem so easy! I'll have to try this - I love this dish!

pigpigscorner said...

This is my favourite noodle dish! This is the first thing I will eat when i land at home.

Agnes Sim said...

我也喜歡福建面。:p

温馨小屋 said...

waw! now your blog always full house har....
don't know still got Hokkien Mee for me ar? haha !!

Balakrishna Saraswathy said...

That's a lovely snap of ur son Desmond dear..a all time fav of mine which i really miss here..difficult to get the ingredients:(

Anonymous said...

Hi hi ... I really like to try cooking this dish when my guests come on Christmas day. Is it okay for you to let me (other young cooks as well) know how much is needed for the seasonings? I mean, how many tsp or tbsp needed for light soy sauce, dark soy sauce, pepper and salt? Thanks much!
Felicia

Sonia ~ Nasi Lemak Lover said...

Felicia, sorry, earlier i did not record down the amount of seasonings. anyway, i have estimated and included in this post. check out the recipe again.,

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