Saturday, July 30, 2005

Noodles

On its own, I don't fancy the yellow noodle because of its taste. But if I were to cooked it as Fried Hokkien Mee, I am okay with it. Photobucket What you need: Yellow Noodle Rice Noodle Prawn Squid Pork with some fats Pepper Fish Sauce Seafood broth Pork Bones Chives (optional) Method Scald the pork with boiling water. In a big pot of boiling water, parboil prawns and squid. Remove. Remove prawn heads and shells. Slice squids. Add in Pork and pork bones. Remove pork when it is soft. Slice thin. Add the prawn heads and shell back to the stock and continue to simmer for an hour or more. Once broth is done. Remove and prepare the noodle for frying. Heat wok and add in garlic and sautee till fragrant. Add in the noodles and stir fry till semi soft. Add in broth and continue to cook till noodle is soft. Add in seafood and pork slices. Season with fish sauce and pepper. Serve hot.
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