Recipe For Malaysia Mee Soup
Posted 11 April 2006 - 06:09 PM
: sell in chinese mee shop.It usually come in a bowl
: with chicken, tofu,chinese pork with thin and yellow
: noodles. It usually is in curry soup.In the Chinese
: way.Help needed
: From John
What about the recipe for mee soup at http://asiarecipe.com/malmain.html#prawn ?
Just take out the prawns and add your chicken, and the rest is the same.
Posted 14 November 2010 - 06:08 PM
This dish is probably the easiest dish mankind ever created...the ingredients are also ever so simple and the best part is that you can make it so long you have the main ingredients. so today i was trying to use up all my veges and what ever meat i have in the fridge coz tomorrow i'll be in Johor tagging hubby along in his biz trip *grins* to me this can only mean shopping...i love the ZONE duty free shopping complex...but then i also like pelangi mall...enuf bout that
anyway for this dish you'll need...
1clove garlic - chopped
salt to taste
sugar to taste
a dash of freshly cracked black pepper
1tbsp vege oil
500ml water (more if needed)
1" ginger - thinly sliced
mee of your likings... =) i like mee hoon or kue tiaw but today i only have mee hoon
Optional/ ingredients that you can have substitute:
some chicken meat or beef slices or fish meat if you like
fish balls - if you don't have you can do without
some carrots slices
1pc tomatoes - cut into 6pcs
some green veges like spinach or kailan
some bean sprouts if you like but i didn't put this coz i hated it!
some siew mai - this you can do with out but if you do decide to add this it'll add flavor to this dish as this sorts of dumplings ususally is very flavorful
this si how you make it:
saute the garlic until fragrant then add the ginger. cook furtherthen add in the chicken meat or what ever meat you have then the fish balls. let it cook just awhile.
then add in the water. let it simmerthen add in the carrots and tomatoes. add in the salt and sugar to taste.once the meat is throughly cooked add in the dumplings if fyou have it let it cook just a minute or so.then lastly add in the veges (you should not cook the veges for so long) then remove from heat, add in the cracked black pepper.then take the mee and soak in a boiling water for 1 minute or until soft, remove and drained.
ready to servei eat this with my homemade sliced preserved chillies.
how to make it? very easy lar...just slice the green chillies thinly, then add in white vinegar and a little water just until it soak the chillies. then add in some sugar and salt to taste. keep in a glass jar. easy!
Posted 21 November 2010 - 01:52 PM
Recipe: Curry Laksa/Curry Mee
Apdated from Kuali.com
600g shelled cockles/bloody clams (optional)
500g prawns, steamed and shelled; use the heads to sweeten the stock by liquidising them with 500ml water
3 to 4 pieces soaked cuttlefish heads
200g fried soya bean cubes/tow pok (halved or quartered)
200g cooked pig’s blood, cut into cubes (optional)
300g shredded, cooked chicken meat
500g blanched bean sprouts
600g blanched yellow noodles
300g blanched vermicelli/rice sticks
1kg grated coconut, mixed with 4 litres water and squeezed for the coconut milk to be used as main stock
4 tbsp salt or to taste
1 1/2 tbsp rock sugar
1/2 tbsp MSG (optional)
Spices (finely ground):
3 tbsp coriander seeds
4 tbsp chilli paste
2 tbsp sliced lemon grass
1/2 tbsp belacan (Malaysian shrimp paste) granules
110g chili paste
25g garlic, pounded
175ml to 200ml oil
Heat 1/2 cup oil to saute the spices till fragrant. Add in salt, rock sugar and 500ml general santan and bring to a low boil till sugar dissolves. Add in the rest of the coconut milk, tow pok, and pig’s blood, if used. When soup comes to a boil, add prawn stock and seasoning, then bring to just boiling point. Remove from fire and use stock as a soup for the yellow noodles and vermicelli. (Should the gravy or stock curdle, strain it.)
For the chili oil: Saute garlic and chili paste in oil until the chili disintegrates and oil floats to the surface. (Use this to garnish when serving.)
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