Monday, March 14, 2011

Kong Low noodles (dried sauce noodles)

Kong Low noodles (dried sauce noodles)

Today I would like to share with you this humble home-cooked noodles, easy and quick dried sauce noodles, also called as" Kong Low noodles". Usually I like to prepare this noodle during lunch time.



















I like to cook with this type of air dried noodles (thick or thin). Cook in hot boiling water, drain once cooked.

Kong Low noodles (dried sauce noodles)


While waiting the noodle to cook, prepare sauce.......shallot with oil, soy sauce and dark soy sauce..

Kong Low noodles (dried sauce noodles)


Pour the cooked noodles into the sauce and stir until combined, garnish with fish balls, minced meat ( i cooked with minced pork, seasoning with fish sauce, vinegar and salt) and some blanched green vegetables.

Kong Low noodles (dried sauce noodles)


Also I like to serve this noodles with red bean soup (this time i use pressure cooker to cook, only need 20mins) or sweet potato soup.

Kong Low noodles (dried sauce noodles)



A plate of simple and delicious noodles

Kong Low noodles (dried sauce noodles)


Happy Cooking !!

35 comments:

Bakeling said...

I would like to have plate here at Ipoh ! It is especially good taste with the shallot oil !

daphne said...

Yes! this is my quick meal on weekends or even weeknights. soooo easy. i use some oyster sauce as the base though. fish sauce is another idea!

Cuisine Paradise said...

This is sure a quick and easy noodle dish. I love that asian taste of adding shallot and oil.

Shirley @ Kokken69 said...

When I am traveling like now, it is simple fares like these that I miss most!

Joelyn~幸福の起点 said...

i always like to cook this "kong low noodle, it's fast and easy, and i put in the fish ball and vege....

Bernice said...

简单又方便,很有家的味道^^

Su-Lin said...

Delicious! This reminds me that I have to make some shallot oil and garlic oil soon!

Min said...

Simple yet delicious. I love this kind of air dried noodles, very versatile and yummy also!

Food, Fun and Life in the Charente said...

I love using those noodles they are so quick and easy. Diane

divya said...

Slurp, mouthwatering here, awesome clicks....

Jeannie said...

Never thought of cooking this at home since it is so easily available outside...looks delicious! Come to think of it, I seldom cook noodles, only spagetti!:P

Hann said...

simple and delicious. I like!

hanushi said...

Drooling... It looks like bak chor mee... :)

To your earlier question, I have read from Happy Home Baking on how to freeze the blueberries. I do not wash them before freezing and give them a quick wash and drain before adding to the batter. Do not thaw too much when using frozen blueberries as the purple colour may run out and ruin the cake. Here's the link and hope it helps: http://happyhomebaking.blogspot.com/2009/02/banana-blueberry-jam.html
Cheers. :)

Jo said...

Sounds like a quick, simple but hmmm delicious noodle dish.

My Little Space said...

Nice touch of the noodle! Now, my boy can make this very well too. haha... I taught him a couple of times. He even cooked for his sister. lol!
Regards, Kristy

鲸鱼蓝蓝蓝 said...

哇 卡 卡 ﹐ 我 和 你 煮 干 撈 面 的 方 法 一 樣 ﹐ 好 吃 ^^

Dawn said...

I was just watching Anthony Bourdain (of the show No Reservations) eat all kinds of amazing noodles in Cambodia and now your noodle dish looks wonderful. I need to make a noodle dish myself!

Tina said...

im a gr8 fan of noodles..pass one plate dear..looks delicious..

lena said...

simply delicious! quick and easy and most of the time i just eat them plain with some blanced veggies too!

Somewhere in Singapore said...

Courier 1 plate over pls, keke...

苏联妈妈 said...

my sons n myself love this kind of simple yet delicious food

Victoria said...

Looks like a lovely simple noodle dish :) Pairing it with soup is perfect for a chilly day, too!

Jane Chew said...

Yummy! My kids love this for their bento boxes. But sometimes really lazy to do in the early morning. So even simple & easy they hardly got it. haha... But definitely perfect for sunday lunch/dinner :)

Fritos and Foie Gras said...

This looks just DELICIOUS!!! Can't WAIT to try it!

tasteofbeirut said...

Wonderful cooking lesson in Chinese cuisine for me and thanks for that!

Anonymous said...

Can advise where I can get this noodle in S'pore? Seem like Instant Noodle to me.

My Little Things Corner said...

I also always make this kind of noodle when i home alone. Just simple and nice!

J.O said...

看了肚子好饿。。
给我来一碗吧^^

Honey boy said...

I am definitely going to try this!!! Yummmmmmm!!!!!

Cook.Bake.Love said...

Sonia,

I'd like to have this for my lunch!

This reminds me of the good old days, my mum also prepared dried noodles in smilar way but for the sauce we also added a few drops of sesame oil and personally I like to add tomato sauce as well.

j3ss kitch3n said...

this is seriously delicious i could eat this 3 meals a day haha!

Barbara said...

How beautiful! Such a pretty presentation.
I love those noodles too, often just boil them and fry them quickly in a little butter and garlic.
This is MUCH healthier!

Juliana said...

Wow, I haven't had this kind of noddles for a while, thank you for reminder...your looks fabulous, simple and yet so tasty :-)

Taste of Beirut said...

This is one idea I would like to pursue; it looks too enticing and I bet if I made it the batch would be gone in minutes!

Colin Woon said...

Another yummy looking dish from your kitchen! I should ask my wife to make this dish soon...hehehe...

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