Saturday, March 20, 2010

Spicy Fried Noodles/Mee Goreng

Every since I saw this noodle dish at 3hungrytummies I’ve been thinking about it. Since coming back from Malaysian I’ve been craving for something from back home. I went to the Asian supermarket in Philly with my good friend Choy and gather all the necessary ingredients for a quick fix of my craving. So here is my version of the Mee Goreng. It was pretty similar to my previous Mee Goreng Mamak . I used the sambal that I made earlier to fry this.

Ingredients:

8 oz of yellow noodles (1/2 packet) - wash
10 shrimps – peeled and deveined
1 small piece of fish cake - sliced
1 tomato – cut into small wedges
2 piece of fried tofu – cut into ½” cubes
A small bunch of mustard green – wash and cut into 1” length
2 shallots – sliced thinly
3 cloves garlic – chopped
¼ cup water


Seasonings:

3 tbsp of sambal
2 tsp dark soy sauce
3 tbsp soy sauce
Salt and pepper to taste

1. Heat up a wok, add in about 3 tbsp of olive oil. Sauté garlic and shallots until fragrant and lightly brown.
2. Add in shrimp, tofu, tomato and fish cake. Stir-fry for a minute, add in the sambal, and the rest of the seasonings. Mix well.
3. Add in the noodles, stir well. At this stage you can add a bit of water and the vegetables. Cook and stir-fry for another 2-3 minutes. Check seasonings.
4. Dish out and serve warm.

17 comments:

Quinn said...

Adui Gert, balik tak sampai one month got craving already? It's good and lucky you that you're such a good cook. Nothing and no cravings that Gert can't fix!

meeso said...

Yum, noodles are a welcome food any time :)

3 hungry tummies said...

oh darling i can tell u how much this means to me! Thank you very much! Your version looks so much better!

mycookinghut said...

wahh... this looks really good. I don't know how long I haven't had spicy food. Guess I need to start blending chili and keep in the freezer, so whenever I crave for spicy food, it will be handy.

Angie's Recipes said...

I have some store-bought Sambal in the pantry, I shall make this too! Looks so good.

MamaFaMi said...

Ala Gert... sampai hati dera mama with this noodle photo. Afterwards nak goreng mee jugalah! Maybe nak goreng guna maggi mee and not the mee kuning... yummm....

Anncoo said...

You and hungry tummies are really a good cook! Always makes me mouth watering..

Ju (The Little Teochew) said...

Wow! Yummy. Look at your sambal!!! The color is gorgeous.

MaryMoh said...

That's a lovely fried mee dish. Looks spicy and delicious. I have to make the sambal first.

Cheah said...

Your sambal is so tempting. Anything with sambal is very appetising!

Elin said...

haha Gert, so fast already craving for Malaysian food...yours looks great! :))

ICook4Fun said...

Quinn, dah 2 weeks back here already craving for Malaysian food :)

Meeso, yeap.

3 hungry tummies, thanks for sharing your version.

Leemei, yes it is always handy to have a jar in the fridge and you can cook it with anything.

Angie, looking forward to your posting.

Mamafami, ha ha... goreng with maggi mee pun sedap jugak :)

Anncoo, thank you.

Ju, thank you.

Mary, you can cook this noodles with store bought sambal too.

Cheah, yes. I love my sambal :)

Elin yeap I need to have my dose of Malaysian food every week :)

Sonia (Nasi Lemak Lover) said...

wor, I love this type of mee goreng too, yours look great !

tigerfish said...

Never had a good good mee goreng for a long long time :D

Pei-Lin@Dodol and Mochi said...

Ah, nothing beats a plate of good ol' mee goreng! Definitely a comfort food among Malaysians and Singaporeans alike! Mmm ... Love that spicy touch from the sambal!

Genevieve. said...

I tried it and it´s soooo salty.. and I stopped eating it. . :( it looked great though....

ICook4Fun said...

Genevieve, in the recipe I only used 3 tbsp of soy sauce for the whole dish so it should not be too salty and the quantity of salt is to taste. It might be your sambal on the salty side.