Tuesday, December 4, 2012

Chinny's Mee Siam Goreng

I luv noodles. Especially vermicelli. I would always choose noodles over rice! Hehe…this dish is a one-pot meal that I tried to create with my own recipe and style. 
I hope you like it J 

What you need [Cooks for 5-6]
- 2/3 pack of Vermicelli/Bee Hoon (Pre-soak it for 20mins in warm water)
- 1 bunch of chives (cut to 1.5 inches long)
- 1 handful of bean sprouts (add more if you want more ‘crunch’ factor)
- 3 pcs of fish cake (sliced)
- 5-6 tbsp of Fermented beans / Tau Jiu (pounded)
- ½ kg of prawns (peeled & left the tail)
- Tau kwa (optional)
- 2 tbsp Heinz chilli sauce
- 4 tbsp tomato sauce
- 6 tbsp of onion (grinded into paste)
- 1 tbsp of garlic (grinded)
- 2-3 tbsp of grinded dried chilli paste (add more if you want more kick J)

For the seasoning (adjust to your preference according)
- 1.5-2 teasp salt
- 1 teasp sugar
- A sprinkle of kicap manis

For the Garnishing
- Egg omelette using 2 beaten eggs (optional)
- A handful of fried shallots for garnishing

- Heat 3 teaspoons of cooking oil in your wok
- Sauté the grinded onion & garlic mix until fragrant
- Add in the grinded chilli
- While the sambal is cooking, prepare your omelette in a smaller pan
- Add in the pounded fermented beans
- Cook for 15mins or until the oil starts to separate from the chilli
- Add in the prawns & fishcake and stir-fry for 3-5mins
- Cut your bee hoon shorter with a scissors
- Add in the bee hoon and stir-fry for about 10mins
- Add in the bean sprouts and chives and stir-fry for another 5mins
- Lastly, roll up the omelette & cut into strips and garnish with fried shallots

Serve hot & enjoy J

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