Wednesday, December 16, 2009

Hokkian style of Fried Tapioca Noodles-Encore !!

I have so long did not cook this noodle since the last one " Fried Tapioca noodle and my son " on Mar, I remembered someone asked me on how to prepare the tapioca noodles, so this time I record all the ingredients and share with you.




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To prepare tapioca noodle:-

tapioca flour-500g
Hot boiling water-300ml

1. If you have a mixer at home, mix the flour and hot water and use "Pulse" function to mix till well combine. Then use hand to knead till become a smooth dough.

2. If you don't have a mixer at home, suggest you to use a spatula/spoon to mix the flour and hot water (be careful of the hot water!!!) . Once it well combine, then only use hand to knead till a smooth dough.

3. Lightly flour the dough, with a rolling pin, roll out the dough into few rectangular shapes as per below. Then cut into small and thin strips.





4. Cook the noodle in boiling water, once you see the noodle float on the top, that mean the noodle is cooked.



5. Place cooked tapioca noodles in clean water, drain out when ready to use.



To stir fry tapioca noodles:-


minced meat 300g (pork or chicken, I prefer pork)

minced prawn 120g

dried prawn 50g (soak and slightly chopped)

bean sprouts 400g ( my daughter like this, so I add more !!)

shallots 10pcs ( thinly slice)

garlic 2pcs (chopped)

Seasoning:

light soy sauce 1tbsp

salt 1tsp

dash of pepper

dark soy sauce 1/2 tbsp


water 600ml

spring onion (chopped-for ganishing)


1. Heat oil in a wok, fry shallot till crispy and brown, set aside.

2. Use the remaining oil, add in garlic, then add meat and prawn, stir fry well.

3. Add in water and bring to boil.

4. Mix in the cooked tapioca noodles and bean sprouts, stir well and cook for 1-2mins.

5. Season with light soy sauce, salt, pepper and dark soy sauce.

6. Garnishing with fried shallots and chopped spring onion, serve hot !!



Few ways to enjoy Hokkian style of tapioca noodles:-

- add chili padi (my style !!)

- add vinegar (my hubby style !!)

- add tomato ketchup (my kids style !!)



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Do enjoy Cooking !!!

28 comments:

zeesiew said...

now is lunch time, ur noodle looks delicious, now i am hungry...haiz......

Somewhere in Singapore said...

Finish having my lunch liao... But hungry after see your noodle... hehe...

My Little Things Corner said...

wow, yummy yummy, i hungry now, i want the big bowl one...hehehe

米亚 said...

very pro...!!! I didnt know you can do it yourself! looks like one of those you order from outside...

Anncoo said...

Never eat tapioca noodles before. Looks great and full of flavours ;DD

Agnes Sim said...

wow..so geng wo...look like quite complicated le..:p

ai wei said...

Pro!!!

苏联妈妈 said...

aiyoh...这个时间看到你的木薯粉面 ME beh than ler..so hungry...salivas值流~~
看来非常的美味! 劲啊!!

Ju (The Little Teochew) said...

Sonia!!! That is one delicious bowl of yum! With all that tasty gravy!!! *faint*

Sonia said...

Dear all, do try out, actually it is not that difficult to make the noodles.

~Rachel Hei~ said...

My tummy rumbling to look at your noodle, will sure give it a try..^_^

MaryMoh said...

I have never tried tapioca noodles. It must be very chewy and delicious. Thanks for sharing.

Saju said...

wow..this looks os superb...

HS Kitchen And Hobby said...

Your tapioca noodles looks so so yummy. Never try this noodle before. Will try some other day. Thanks for sharing.

Sherleen Tan said...

ooh...so tempting, but never try be4. can i try some?

Vrinda said...

Tapioca is my fav but nerver made noodles out of it...thanx for sharing,my son will lov it...looks yummm

Gulmohar said...

Oh my...I am hungry now :-)Would love to try making noodles from scratch (which I haven't tried so far)with your easy to follow and clear instructions..Thanks for sharing Sonia :-)

Dodol & Mochi said...

OMG!! Yours looks so good ... as good as the ones sold outside! Kudos to you for making this! Your family is lucky to have you lah ... Wish I can be your neighbor so that I can at least try a sip of it! =P

Pei-Lin

Little Corner of Mine said...

Wow, lots of gravy! I love noodle with lots of gravy. BTW, I love your chicken bowl. :)

pigpigscorner said...

I was looking forward to you posting this recipe! I tried making this once but failed, it was so sticky. I have to try this again!

Sonia said...

Dear all, Thanks for dropping by and do try out this recipe, if you like something that is chewy.

LCOM, ya, I love this chicken bowl too, I found it in the "pasar" here and only cost me RM2.50/bowl, cheap ho...

pigpigcorner, I hope you will be success in next trying, but remember to use only hot and boiling water.

维雄 said...

oh! so delicious.
简直就是色香味齐全。

mimid3vils said...

hokkien style not same with hokkien mee that v used to eat? This version got soup?

Sonia said...

mimid3vils, that is not soup but gravy.

Bakeling said...

When I read your "ways of eating Hokkian style of tapioca noodles', I laugh until ha ha ha alone in front of the notebook !

You are very humourous !

taste traveller said...

Hi Sonia, Wow! This looks great. Can you use other kinds of noodles for this stir-fry?

Sonia said...

Bakeling, why so funny huh?

taste traveller, yes, you could add other type noodles as well.

Colin Woon said...

You know how to make noodle too?! Wow! Amazing!

Awesome photos too! I really like the last photos, great composition!

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