Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Fried Hokkien Mee

Hokkien Fried Mee is a popular hawker food sold at any food court or hawker stall in Malaysia. It's also the first Malaysia meal I introduced to Mishu when we dine at Malaysian restaurant the moment she started solid food.Now this hokkien fried mee or "black noodle" has become one of her favourite dish.Whenever we eat at Malaysia restaurant at Chinatown,she must have Hokkien Fried Mee without fail.Too bad we don't have the luxury to order Fried hokkien mee anytime or any place in US and A except going to Malaysia restaurant which is almost 40 miles away from home.So to satisfied our craving ,I cooked Fried Hokkien Mee at home with the special caramel thick soy sauce made in Malaysia.Of course ,cooking fried hokkien mee at home is not as same as the one at the restaurant which have "镬气" or high heat cooking but beggar can't be choosy right? Anyway,with the right ingredients like fried lard ,fried garlic and fried scallion ,this dish is still delicious and tasteful!








Ingredients:

1 pack or 1 lb udon noodle,if chill,soaked in water for 10-15 minutes
6 cloves fresh garlic,peeled and chopped
4 scallion,peeled and sliced
400 gm or 1 lb pork,sliced thin
5-6 leaves,Chinese cabbage or pak choy,washed and cut 2 inch
4 tbsp oil
2 tbsp caramel thick soy sauce
2 tbsp thin soy sauce
1 tbsp chicken bouillon powder
2 tbsp oyster sauce
1 tbsp ground pepper powder
1/2 cup water
some fried lard
Method:

1:Heat aluminum wok at high heat .When wok is hot enough,add in oil,scallion and chopped garlic,fry until fragrant or light brown.Add in sliced pork, for 1 minute,then add in soaked udon noodle,water,and seasoning.
2:Simmer those ingredients for 5 minutes and stir from time to time.If it's too dry add in some water.Add in cut Chinese vegetable/pak choy,keep stir until gravy become thick and gooey.Check the seasoning before remove from heat.
3:Sprinkle some fried lard before dish our and serve warm with cut chili or sambal belacan on side.








10 comments :

A Full-Timed Housefly said...

This mee looks fabulous , I love hokkien mee and this recipe is a keeper , thanks

Palidor said...

I love udon noodles, almost as much as I love rice. Your dish looks fantastic.

Dawn said...

This looks like the real deal. The lard you use bacon grease kah?

Sunshine said...

My ultimate favorite food too!!Mishu and I can eat together next time!!LOL..Yummmy...I made my own lard too when I make this...I know is not healthy but once in a while is alright kan?lol

mycookinghut said...

yum yum.. I love this. Still remember we had this in NYC Chinatown.. hehe..
I love fried lard!! :)

tigerfish said...

I fried some shrimps and toss them into my noodles today. Too lazy to cook anything more complicated. Me feel so ashamed after seeing your mee....

Sonia said...

Your Hokkian mee got a lot of ingredients ler, look yummy..

My Asian Kitchen said...

AFTHfly:
Thank you:) hope you like it!

Palidor:
Thank you:) yea,I'm a rice and noodle lover too!


Dawn:
No,I didn't use bacon lard..I bought a big family size pork loin and cut the excess fat.so use the fat to fried as lard.Bacon fat have different flavor,not suitable as Bak U pok!


sunshine:
thanks you:) when we live in US and A and hadry can eat Hokkian mee,who care not healthy or healthy.as long as we can eat this type of meal once ahile we are so blessed ,right?


mucookinghut:
oh yes!! I ordered this hokkien mee for Mishu when we eat at Nyonya restaurant,right? well,their hokkian mee really not up to our expectation ,right? next time when you come to NYC again,I bring you to another Penang restaurant in Queens.Their hokkien mee have Bak U pok!!

tigerfish:
not said that la...as long as you are satified wt your meal,that matter,right? maybe next time ,ok?.


sonia:
thank you:)no really have lot of "lui",usually I add in shrimp but that day I was lazy to shell shrimp,so just make a lazy Hokkian mee.

pigpigscorner said...

This is always the first Msian dish I have whenever I land in KL. Looks great!!

mycookinghut said...

Lesley,
For sure I will be interested to go to the one in Queens for the Hokkien mee with bo u pok ;)

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Hi!! My name is Lesley and I'm a simple SAHM(stay at home mom) who currantly live in Long Island,New York with my daughter Mishu and hubby Eliot .I'm Malaysian who live in US and A for many many moon and I'm also a person who love to eat, cook and bake. If you have any suggestions ,questions or comments please feel free to email me at beachlover1917atyahoodotcom. To know more about my life or my kitchen you can always hop over to my other 2 blog.