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Stir-fry Misua 炒面线


Misua or Mee Sua is a very fine, thin variety of  noodles made from wheat flour and originated from Fujian, China.  Misua signifies long life in Chinese culture, hence very often this is served during birthdays and during Chinese New Year.  For this heart warming stir-fry, I used the thick variety of Hock Chew Misua from Sitiawan, added in a few ingredients and it turned out just delicious!









Recipe for Stir-fry Misua  炒面线

Ingredients
  • 100 gm pork or chicken fillet, cut into strips
  • 100 gm vegetables of your choice
  • 3 Shitake mushrooms, soaked till soft, cut into strips
  • 1 egg
  • 4 pips of garlic, chopped
  • 2 servings of Misua
  • 1 tsp or more dark soya sauce
  • Sesame oil
  • Oil for frying
Seasoning for meat
  • 2 tsp oyster sauce
  • 1 tsp light soya sauce
  • 1/4 tsp sugar
  • Dash of salt
Method
  1. In a pot of boiling water, cook the Misua, strain, drain, set aside.
  2. Heat up some oil in a wok and fry the egg.  Dish out and set aside.
  3. Saute the garlic till fragrant, add in the mushrooms and seasoned meat, stir-fry till cooked.
  4. Toss in the vegetables, stir-fry.
  5. Toss in the Misua, stir-fry.  Fine tune to taste.
  6. Drizzle on some sesame oil, dish out onto serving plates. Garnish with the bits of fried egg.
  7. Serve immediately.





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organised by Zoe of Bake for Happy Kids and Doreen of My Little Favourite DIY and
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Comments

  1. Yours looked more simplified. I hv a recipe that called for the mee sua to be fried till brown n then cook in boiling water.

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    1. I've seen that too. It's the thin variety of misua.

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    2. This version looked good. Without frying healthier. Thks

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  2. Cheah, your mian xian looks so delicious with the generous ingreidents. Yummy!

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    1. Yes, just dumped whatever I could find in my fridge!

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  3. Hi Cheah,
    This plate of stir-fry Misua is loaded with ingredients. .. so delicious ^-^!

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  4. Hi Cheah,

    Totally agree with Ann that your fried mi sua looks delicious and has lots of healthy ingredients... I should call this the ho liao mi sua :D

    Zoe

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  5. Hi Soke Hah, this is hand-made misua? Simple noodles like this cook at home is always a healthier version. Definitely less oily. Nice.

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  6. It looks so appetizing with all the greens and mushrooms. o man..I am getting hungry...

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  7. Oh Sokehah Cheah , this is a must try dish , so wholesome and the ingredients go so well together . Pinning Nee :)

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  8. Hi Cheah,
    If you give my your plate of fried mee sua,I sure will lick the plate clean ...hehehe
    All the ingredients you use is my favorite. Thanks for sharing to LTU!
    mui

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  9. Hi Cheah , this noodle looks hearty and delicious , perfect dish to serve for CNY family get together ! Thank you for sharing this wonderful dish to LTU !

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