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AUTHENTIC MEE GORENG (Stir Fry Noodles)


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Ingredients

5 portion(s)

AUTHENTIC MEE GORENG

  • 1 brown onion, peeled and cut in half
  • 2cm piece of ginger
  • 3 garlic cloves
  • 20g Chilli Paste, (can use sambal oelek, Thai chilli paste, or you can sub with 1 long red chilli OR omit if you don't like spice)
  • 20g oil, (use any oil you use for stir fry, vegetable, peanut, olive, etc)
  • 20g dark soy sauce
  • 20g oyster sauce
  • 20g tomato sauce
  • 300g water
  • 200g chicken, thinly sliced
  • 500g hokkein noodles
  • 1 tsp salt
  • 2 bunches Asian greens of choice (bok choy, kai lan, pak choy etc), trimmed and cut into 2-3cm pieces
  • 100g bean sprouts, (optional)
  • OPTIONAL GARNISHES: fried shallots, fresh red chilli, coriander, sliced spring onions
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Recipe's preparation

  1. 1. Add onion, ginger, garlic and chilli paste (or chilli if using) to the TM bowl and chop for 5 seconds on speed 5. Scrape down the sides of TM bowl with a spatula, add your oil and saute for 2 minutes, 100 degrees, speed 1, MC OFF.



    2. Add soy sauce, oyster sauce, tomato sauce and water and to TM bowl and cook for 5 minutes, 100 degrees, spoon speed (slowest speed), MC ON.




    3. Add chicken to TM bowl and cook for 1 minute, varoma, reverse, spoon speed (slowest speed), MC ON.



    4. Add noodles, salt, bean sprouts (if using) and greens to TM bowl. Use a spatula and give them a good stir to coat in the sauce as much as you can. Cook for 4 minutes, varoma, reverse, spoon speed (slowest speed), MC ON. NOTE: There is no need to pre-cook or rinse the noodles, they are used straight from the packet - SEE TIPS BELOW.



    5. When the noodles have finished cooking, check to see the meat is cooked then pour the contents of the TM bowl into a thermoserver and let sit for about 5 minutes with the lid on before serving. Optional: Garnish with fried shallots, spring onion, fresh coriander, chilli.
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Tip

You can use prawns or any other meat in place of the chicken. I often use thinly sliced beef. Check in step 5 if the meat is cooked and if not, add an extra 2 minutes and check again.

I use hokkien noodles cold from the fridge section as I find they hold their shape better than the shelf life noodles. There is no need to rinse or pre-cook the noodles. HOT TIP: not rinsing them is a good way to ensure they hold their shape and do not shred.


This recipe has been handed down to me by Malay/Singapore/Indonesian family members and is authentic to our family. I have a stove top version available on my Instagram. This was converted to Thermomix at the request of my group members who wanted Thermo steps. It uses a very similar method to my Laksa Noodle Stir fry recipe also here on the recipe community.

Please don't forget to come back and leave a comment and rating on my recipe to let me (and others) know what you think - ALL feedback is welcome tmrc_emoticons.)



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  • Enjoyed by family even hubby so that was good....

    Submitted by Lisa T on 26. November 2020 - 15:55.

    Enjoyed by family even hubby so that was good. Said it tasted like the Mee Goreng he used to eat in the Netherlands growing up. Will go on regular rotation for dinner

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  • If I could give this 10 stars I would. So, so...

    Submitted by Tenniel on 26. November 2020 - 14:08.

    If I could give this 10 stars I would. So, so delicious! You won't regret making this! Definitely going to be regular in our house!
    thank you for sharing your recipe!

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  • I made this with beef tonight and it was soooo...

    Submitted by denmacca1 on 25. November 2020 - 19:38.

    I made this with beef tonight and it was soooo delicious. Thank you for the recipe.

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  • This is a winner! My hubby is from Indonesia (not...

    Submitted by Kaneo on 24. November 2020 - 23:24.

    This is a winner! My hubby is from Indonesia (not Bali, Bali food is a completely different thing and should not be be compared to proper South East Asian food) and I cooked this for him and his mother who both agreed that this is the real deal and the best tasting mee goreng outside of South East Asia! Thank you Tanya for sharing your family recipes and please keep on sharing!

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  • Made this for the first time tonight. Was so good....

    Submitted by Bev80 on 24. November 2020 - 19:40.

    Made this for the first time tonight. Was so good. Highly recommend it 🤤

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  • Made it last night & it was delish!! lots of...

    Submitted by Aska on 22. November 2020 - 11:25.

    Made it last night & it was delish!! lots of flavour! used cooked dry noodles and garnished with corriander, yummm!
    Thank you Tanya for sharing this recipe with us all

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  • Made this and my whole family loved it. Hubby even...

    Submitted by julzRulz10 on 21. November 2020 - 19:58.

    Made this and my whole family loved it. Hubby even went and had seconds. It was very easy to make. So flavoursome & once it sat in the Thermo server the liquid had absorbed. Would definitely make again and have passed on the recipe to friends.

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  • Awesome and quick recipe! Flavour is just like the...

    Submitted by Happilou on 21. November 2020 - 19:14.

    Awesome and quick recipe! Flavour is just like the mee goreng we find at the local mamak shop (malaysia style coffee shop!) Add more sambal if you like it more spicy. Easy to adjust taste to your liking. Yummy! Thanks Tanya Smile

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  • Quick easy and delicious . We loved it! Excellent...

    Submitted by Mummamulhall80 on 21. November 2020 - 10:14.

    Quick easy and delicious . We loved it! Excellent recipe Tanya. Thanks for taking the time to compile and present this recipe Smile

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  • Aussie TM5 Thermomixer: I didn't say I was a...

    Submitted by samdobbyn on 21. November 2020 - 00:13.

    Aussie TM5 Thermomixer: I didn't say I was a newbie. I said steps were missing for A newbie . Read what you like to read . Recipe is terrible , it's not a personal attack

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  • samdobbyn: There are NO MISSING STEPS. Been a...

    Submitted by Aussie TM5 Thermomixer on 20. November 2020 - 23:56.

    samdobbyn: There are NO MISSING STEPS. Been a Thermomixer owner for 9 years and you're questioning if the MC is on or off? You said you were a newbie and sounds like you have never cooked noodles before if you are also questioning how to prep them? Of course you don't have to like it - all feedback is welcome on ALL of my recipes - it is written at the bottom of all my recipes tmrc_emoticons.) This one obviously is not for you, but it's been respectfully and lovingly handed down from elder family members for generations and I just rewrote it with very clear and simple Thermo steps so that my recipe community can also enjoy it. Thanks again for the feedback. Have a good day tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • samdobbyn: worked perfectly well for me. I don't...

    Submitted by KristiK on 20. November 2020 - 23:46.

    samdobbyn: worked perfectly well for me. I don't know what you did wrong that it didn't work? I followed the recipe & this had beautiful flavour that my family really enjoyed. Didn't need a wok, thermomix version was lovely. Steps are very easy to follow. Can't get a more simple, easy, flavoursome recipe? Guess we all like different things & maybe this recipe isn't for you.

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  • Aussie TM5 Thermomixer: really passive aggressive...

    Submitted by samdobbyn on 20. November 2020 - 23:04.

    Aussie TM5 Thermomixer: really passive aggressive reply. I'm no newby, I was unaware to only post positive comments. I can't find any for this recipe. Regardless being free or not. May work in a wok or pan , definitely doesn't in a thermo. My comments were for newbies that need every step laid out. I've owned a Thermomix for 9 years . Use almost daily

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  • KristiK:was watery and tasteless, I'm a cook and a...

    Submitted by samdobbyn on 20. November 2020 - 22:50.

    KristiK:was watery and tasteless, I'm a cook and a very good one . I can figure out how to cook packet noodles. Some are new and need every step mapped out.

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  • samdobbyn: Are we reading the same recipe?? Unless...

    Submitted by lalaskitchen on 20. November 2020 - 22:49.

    samdobbyn: Are we reading the same recipe?? Unless it's stated in the recipe to take MC off, it stays on. Also, there was no prep work needed for the noodles as there are no instructions to say so. As you are new and unsure, maybe you can seek clarification from the recipe author, your consultant or more experienced users on various Thermomix groups on FB and the likes before trying another recipe. My family loved this recipe and we are proof that it definitely can be cooked in the Thermomix!

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  • samdobbyn: wow thanks for the comment and rating....

    Submitted by Aussie TM5 Thermomixer on 20. November 2020 - 22:48.

    samdobbyn: wow thanks for the comment and rating. There are no missing steps and I hope you used all the exact ingredients listed before calling it "tasteless". In my defense, in most of my other recipes I do state MC on or off however for this one, I left that out as the general rule of thumb is if its not stated otherwise, then the MC is ALWAYS ON. I will edit it to include this now but maybe as a newbie you should get in touch with your consultant who can explain simple steps such as this? If the noodles need to be pre-cooked I would have stated this too. They don't need to be rinsed or pre-cooked or anything - just add to the TM bowl as stated. Sorry you felt the need to write such a negative comment on a free recipe. The original recipe for this is a WOK version cooked on the stovetop - this one has been converted to Thermomix instructions due to popular demand by my Instagram followers and in my Facebook group "Aussie Thermomixers". You might want to join and take a look, you might pick up some tips and helpful advice for the future tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • samdobbyn: i made this tonight with no troubles? I...

    Submitted by KristiK on 20. November 2020 - 22:28.

    samdobbyn: i made this tonight with no troubles? I don't know what you did wrong to say it was tasteless? Mc is always on unless stated otherwise. Hokkien noodles are pretty simple to work out how to cook, they just need to be heated through. Simple!

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  • New goreng ...

    Submitted by samdobbyn on 20. November 2020 - 21:57.

    New goreng

    cant be cooked in the thermo and this is a perfect example why. Absolutely tasteless and missing steps for newbies. Do I add the MC or not do i pre cook the noodles or not. I followed recipe to a tee (as much as I could) little bit of guess work needed. I do not recommend this recipe

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  • This was so quick & easy. Brilliant delicious...

    Submitted by KristiK on 20. November 2020 - 18:20.

    This was so quick & easy. Brilliant delicious recipe!

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  • Hi Tanya...

    Submitted by Pearlypal on 18. November 2020 - 19:58.

    Hi Tanya

    I have tried this recipe it was delicious and loved by my kids.

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