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Thursday, 1 November 2012


Its been a very busy week for me as Diwali is nearing.....lots of things to be done and on top of that its raining almost everyday!! UUURRGGHHH!!! Getting stuck in jam is like a everyday routine for me now.....and I somehow will get wet in the rain while trying to get in and out of my car....even with the help of an umbrella!! I'm not saying that I hate rainy days but this weather is making it difficult for me to finish my chores in time especially now.....when i have the time, the weather doesn't permit me to go out....haaiiissshhh!!!

Anyway, how are all of you doing today?? I just had my lunch....and with a happy tummy I'd love to share a well known food recipe called MEE GORENG MAMAK. 

INDIAN-MUSLIM also called as MAMAK in Malaysia are very famous for their briyani, nasi kandar@curry rice, rojak@pasembur and stir fried noodles etc. As i mentioned , it's a cold weather season now at my place so I thought it will be perfect to taste the spicy MEE GORENG MAMAK !! 

check out the clicks and then the recipe.....


Ingredients :-

500gm - mee kuning / yellow noodles
200gms - medium sized prawns ~ shelled and cleaned
2 - tauhu / tofu ~ deep fried and cut into medium cubes
200gms - fishball ~ cut into half and deep fried
2 - eggs
1 small bunch - sawi / mustard greens ~ cut into 1 inch long
2 - red chilly ~ chopped
3 tbsp - udang gerarau / acetes ~ soaked in hot water
4 tbsp - chilly paste
2 tbsp - fried shallots
1 medium onion - pound
3 cloves - garlic - pound
3 tbsp - chilly sauce
2 tbsp - tomato sauce
2 tbsp - oyster sauce
3 tbsp - kicap lemak manis / sweet soy sauce
salt to taste
water as needed

Method :-

  1. Drain the acetes and pound it into a paste
  2. Heat a little oil in a wok and scramble one egg and set aside.
  3. Heat 3 tbsp of oil and add in the pounded onion and garlic. Fry till onion is slightly browned and add in the acetes paste. 
  4. Reduce the heat. Add in the prawns and cook for 2 mins. (prawns are marinated with a little sugar and ground white pepper)
  5. Add in the chilly paste and fry till oil separates. Throw in the fried fish balls, fried shallots and chopped chilly. Give it a stir.
  6. Add in about 1/3 cup of water.
  7. Season with salt and add in the chilly sauce, tomato sauce, oyster sauce and sweet soy sauce. Bring it to a boil and add in the green mustard's stems first followed by the yellow noodles. 
  8. Mix well and cook till the gravy become thick. 
  9. Break in an egg and let it cook a while before you stir to mix. 
  10. Then, add in the fried tofu pieces and balance green mustard. Stir well.
  11. Check the seasoning and dish out.
  12. Top it with the scrambled eggs and serve immediately.

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