Saturday, January 07, 2006

Hokkien Noodles

Today we feature another 'generic' soul food dish - fried noodles. This one used soft packet Hokkien Noodles from Woolies chilled food area. The noodles are not dried but are soft, wet and sealed in a packet. They are as good as fresh noodles.


To get to this state we combine noodles, cucumber, shallots, chinese spring onions, prawns, fish sauce, soy sauce, chicken stock, previously prepared blachan sambal. The dish is served with fresh from garden small tomatoes and a freshly ground chilli sauce.

The sequence of operations is - first cut up and prepare the ingredients.

Fry the shallots in a lot of oil until they are crispy brown then drain.

Clean the noodles by pouring boiling water over them. Continue to remove the surface starch by washing in cold water.


Stir fry the prawns and add in the Chinese chives and season with a little fish sauce.

Finally add in the noodles add some soy sauce, stir together and add the cucumber strips and finally top with the fried shallots. Serve with garden fresh tomatoes and chilli sauce.


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