Monday, July 28, 2008

Hokkien Noodle

A simple and quick to make Hokkien Noodles is a great stand alone meal that the whole family will enjoy. It only takes around 15 minutes to cook and you have a great meal.

Ingredients :

400 grms of thick noodles
a handful of cabbage or mustard green
100 grm of meat (pork or chicken)- slice thinly
10 shrimps or some fish fillets
3 cloves of garlic - finely chopped
2 tbsp of oyster sauce
2 tsp of dark thick soy sauce
1/2 tsp of sugar
salt and pepper to taste
2 cups of water (more or less)

1. Heat up 2 tbsp of oil and stir fry garlic until fragrant. Add the meat and cabbage and stir for a minute .
2. Add noodles and water with the all seasonings. Cover and simmer until the noodles are tender. Some noodles can be rather stiff and hard so it might take a bit longer to cook.
3. Once the noodles tender add in the shrimp. Cook for another 2 minutes. Check seasoning. Dish out and serve warm with some sambal belachan.


Zue Murphy said...

This is my kind of meal. Taste good and faster to cook. You can start your 20 min meal program. Cepat sikit dari Rachel ray.:-)

NorthBorneoGirl said...

My kids love this kind of noodle! .. They call it Mee Basah .. hehehe .. thank you for all the lovely recipes Gert! .. u've made cooking so much easier for me :)

daphne said...

Another one pot dish! Simply delicious!

Little Corner of Mine said...

I simply love this!

Beachlover said...

Now you make me drooling looking at Mishu favourite black noodles!!Your mee look so soft and black,yum yum!!..oh!! yes,I can make with my new pasta machine!!

Kiersten said...

I just had this for dinner, and now you've inspired me to make it myself. I also made my very first jar of sambal belacan today. Turns out really nice too. :)

Cat Cat said...

Sedapnya Gert... Did Carlos enjoy eating the noodles...? I'm craving for Hokkien Mee... of course with sambal belacan... :)

Anonymous said...

Gert, the Hokkien mee looks good. I tried cook this once but my son says it doesn't taste good (the hawker stall one taste better)...hmmm

- Kath

My cooking journal said...

Hi, i'm new to your blog and all compliments to your food! I've spent my entire morning going through your postings, now I simply have too many dishes I'd need to try trouble on deciding which oneS!

Jun said...

gert, nnti boleh try ur version..this is my hbby's fav...hehe

Unknown said...

ah, is this thick noodles...udon? i love using udon for frying...this looks yummy!

Anonymous said...

Gert, sedapnya nmpak mee hokkien u ni...wah ur steam layer rice cake looks yummy n very nice colours!! Rajinnya diaa...

ICook4Fun said...

Zue, how compete with Rachel Ray lah :)

Envy, you are most welcome. Glad that you try out some of my recipe here.

Daphne, yeap quick and easy :)

LCOM, :) :)

Lesley, actually not bad enough for me. I have to change another brand of dark soy sauce. Yea, I know Mishu just love black noodles :)

Pinky, this goes well with sambal belacan.

Cat, Carlos eat noodles but he prefer the dry one. This a bit too soupy for him but Diana and I enjoyed it :)

Kath, the one from the hawkers stall always taste better because they put lard in it :) :)

Angie, thanks for stopping by and thank you. Your daughter is such a cutie. Just look at her rosy cheeks :)

Jun, version I ni simple saja :)

Rita, yes I used Udon noodles

Ummi, I ni suka kueh lapis. Apa nak buat. Kat sini tak dapat beli kueh kueh so kenalah buat sendiri :)

Yatie_T said...

I am not a big fan of yellow noodles but your noodles looks so delicious it make me want to have some. Will try to cook this easy dish the next time we having family or friends over at our house. :) Thanks.

test it comm said...

That looks tasty!

ICook4Fun said...

Yatie, if you don't like the mee kuning try using Udon Noodles. They taste better.

Kevin, thank you.

Anonymous said...

oh my!!!! It looks SUPER DELICIOUS!! I love Hokkien mee with tons of zhu yu cha. :P I wanna move near you Gert!

Quinn said...

is that 2 tbsp of oyster sauce or supposedly 2 tsp? we tried the exact recipe and it turned awful! I've checked other recipes and all of them called for teaspoons of oyster sauce rather than tablespoon. can you tell me what went wrong? Also, the amount of water was way too much cuz my noodle was already tender and not that stiff before cooking. really wanna do this again. thanks..

ICook4Fun said...

Shirley, you are welcome to be my neighbor :)

Quinn, sorry it didn't turn out good for you. Cooking is not like baking where you follow exactly. It depend on how sweet, salty, sour you want and you adjust to according to your own taste. I put 2 tbsp of oyster sauce and it turn out well. As for the water, I wrote there more or less and the amount of water depend on the noodles you use.

Anonymous said...

this is as good as the Hokkien Mee you get in Malaysian stalls! Thank you for sharing your recipe - this is really appreciated by those of us who live away from home!