Sunday, November 1, 2009


Mee Goreng Recipe @

Mee Goreng or fried noodle is a famous hawker food in South east Asian countries. It is so delicious and spicy. Normally seafood, chicken or meat is added together with vegetable such as cabbage or bean sprout. What I used here is the precooked noodle made of wheat flour. If unavailable you could use dry egg noodle which requires boiling before you proceed to cook.

Addition of blended dry chili, sauces and tomato really enhance the flavor of this noodle. Kindly adjust the chili used according to your taste. You could easily omit the chicken or seafood making this a complete vegetarian dish. Here's the recipe:


500 g fresh yellow noodles
100 g squid cleaned and cut into ring
100 g chicken fillet
100 g cabbage or bean sprout
250 g mustard leaves
3-4  tbsp chili paste or to taste
2 tbsp  sweet soy sauce
2 tablespoon chili sauce
2 tablespoon tomato sauce
1 cup chicken stock
2 tomatoes chopped
salt to taste
small lime
spring onion for garnish
fried onion    "       "
4  cloves garlic
2 big onion


Heat  oil, fry blended item until fragrant.  Add tomatoes and stir well.
Add in chicken, squid and the stock let it boil.
Pour noodle into the wok and add sauces and vegetable, stir well.
Remove from heat. At the time of serving, sprinkle fried shallots,spring onion and squeeze the lime juice. Enjoy....

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Kristin (Book Sniffers Anonymous) said...

This sounds really good. I wish they sold squid at the local stores because I would love to try this.

Natasha in Oz said...

I make this quite a lot at home and love it! I have never used mustard leaves though so I will see if I can find some for next time.

Best wishes,

Treat and Trick said...

Kristin..thanks for the visit, you can do without them or replace with other seafood, that's fine...

Natasha...thanks for the visit, if you can't get mustard leaves if you can include cabbage or mushroom if you want..

malia said...

yummy yummy yummy! thanks for sharing at a crafty soiree hope you join us again tomorrow!

Treat and Trick said...

malia..thanks for hosting dear, will join your party again tomorrow...

Unknown said...

That sounds delicious. I'd probably have to leave out the squid since I'm nowhere near the ocean, but it would still be delicious! Thanks for linking up to Made From Scratch Tuesday!

Treat and Trick said...

Jen...You can avoid squid but that doesn't alter the taste of this noodle. Thanks for hosting dear...

Jenn Erickson said...

It sounds delicious! I love the combination of squid and chicken, and the sauce sounds rich and wonderful! Thank you for linking up another excellent recipe at "A Little Birdie Told Me..."! Jenn/Rook No. 17

Treat and Trick said...

Jenn Erickson...Thanks for your sweet comment dear. Happy hosting!