- 500 g Yellow Egg Noodles, (Hokkien Noodles from Asian Shop)
- 2 cloves garlic
- 30 g cooking oil, EVOO is preferred
- 100 g Pork Fillet, sliced, Marinated with 1/2 tsp cornflour & 1/2 tsp soy sauce)
- 100 g Prawns, raw peeled, (Marinated with salt & pepper.)
- 100 g Fish Cake, sliced, (From Asian shops)
- 150 g water
- 1 tsp cornflour, Mix this with the water
- 1 tablespoon oyster sauce
- 1 tsp Thick Dark Sauce, (Thick Caramel Sauce from Asian shop)
- 2 tsp light soy sauce or tamari
- 200 g chinese greens, (Choy Sum) - cut into 1 inch length
- salt and pepper, to taste
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1. Wash the noodles in warm water (to loosen it up), drain and set aside.
2. Place garlic into TM bowl, chop for 5 seconds on SP6.
3. Scrap down side of bowl and add oil and saute for 2 mins on Varoma SP1.
4. Add marinated pork, saute for 2 min on Varoma, Reverse & SP1.
5. Add the noodles, prawns, fish cake, water, oyster sauce, soy sauce, dark sauce, pepper and salt (to taste). Cook for 4 min on Varoma, Reverse SP1.
6 Add the vegetables - use the spatula to mix it into the noodles. Cook for a further 2 minutes on Varoma, Reverse SP1
7. Serve with cut chilli and soy sauce.
Note: You can also use turn the Dial to SP6 REVERSE for 1 to 3 secs, to help the noodles mix properly (but use this with caution as you do not want to break the noodles too much).
Describe the preparation steps of your recipe
Fried Noodles - (Hokkien Mee - KL Hawker Style)
In order to enhance the taste, you can substitute the garlic with "fried garlic and onions" - which you can pre-make (chopping garlics and onions and cooking them in oil and some salt; using your wok). The fried ingredients can be stored in bottles and kept in your fridge. Use this whenever you need to do stir-fry or your favourite Hainanese Chicken Rice. This will cut down cooking time and makes really yummy stir fry in your TM.
Another optional ingredient is "crispy pork fat" - made by cutting the pork fat into cubes and frying them until crispy. When serving the noodles, just add 1 tbsp of crispy pork fat to noodles and serve.
Based on my experience, you should get a very tasty homemade "Fried Hokkien Mee" - similar if not better than those using your wok. The noodles will look good if there is just enough sauce/gravy (but not too runny). Nonetheless, this comes only with practice, or having someone show you how to make it or having tasted some of the best hawker-style KL Hokkien Mee. Enjoy.....
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