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Tasty Kon Loh Mee aka Dry Egg Noodles






Noodles ...... A great majority of children normally prefer a meal of noodles rather than a rice meal. I remember that once my children told me that they will not get 'jelak' (bored) even with 3 meals in a day, of noodles, especially won ton mee ...... egg noodles, be it soupy or dry. Here's a delicious and well balanced preparation of won ton mee which they will always enjoy with glee.



Recipe for Tasty Kon Loh Mee aka Dry Egg noodles

Ingredients :
  • 4 pieces of won ton mee
  • 4 pieces of Mushroom, soaked and sliced
  • 200 gm Chicken meat
  • 150 gm medium size Prawns
  • 150 gm Choy Sam or any other vegetable
  • 4 cups water
  • 1 Tsp. Salt
  • 1 Tsp. Sugar
  • 1 Tsp. thick Soya Sauce
  • 1 Tsp. Sesame oil
  • 2 Tsp. Cornflour
  • Oyster Sauce
Method :
1. Cut the chicken meat into slices and marinate with a teaspoon of sesame oil, sugar, salt and some pepper.
2. Also marinate the prawns with a teasp of salt, sugar and some pepper.
3. Cut up the vegetables into bite size pieces. Blanch them in a pot of hot boiling water. Keep aside.
4. Meanwhile, cook the sliced mushrooms with the 4 cups of water together with the salt, sugar and thick soya sauce, for about half an hour.
5. Add in the chicken meat and later the prawns. Add salt to taste and thicken the gravy with cornflour mixed with some water.
6. Cook the noodles, in hot boiling water, one at a time, stir for about 2 minutes, take them out and rinse under running water, then put them back into the pot, for another 2 minutes stirring all the time. Dish out onto a plate.
7. Mix the noodles with a teaspoon of sesame oil, oyster sauce and light soya sauce.
8. Scoop the mushroom, chicken meat, prawns with some gravy onto the seasoned noodles and garnish with the blanched vegetables.
9. Serve with some pickled green chillies or freshly chopped red chillies, with light soya sauce.


Comments

  1. Thanks for this recipe. It was good! and my kids enjoyed it. I replaced chicken with fishballs and added fried wantons. I don't know what thick soy sauce is so I used dark soy sauce instead. Yummy!

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  2. Za
    Thanks for dropping by. Oh, sorry, thick soy sauce is dark soya sauce, will edit it. Glad that you like the recipe.

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  3. hey good post. it's the most simplest recipe ever. my 3 year old loves noodles too..!!

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  4. Anonymous
    Thanks for visiting my blog. Hope you'll be able to find more simple and easy recipes to your liking.

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  5. Tq for this recipe...im realy like it..

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  6. kassypose
    You are most welcome and thanks for dropping by.

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