Delicious Malaysian Fried Noodles (Part 2)

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This favourite Malaysian Fried Noodles of mine goes well with the Malaysian Fried Curried Chicken (Part 1) in my previous post. Just like any other Malaysian cuisines, there are endless ways to fry noodles. In Malaysia, fried noodles is called,‘Mee Goreng’.

This is a very simple recipe. The most important is the quality of the noodles. It shouldn’t taste soft. It should have an elastic feel to it. If you have time, make yourself. Nothing beats homemade noodles.

Recipe for Fried Noodles
600g noodles
3 T dried onions
Oil
Vegetables (I use 2 packets of ready-washed salad)
3 eggs
2 T oyster sauce
2 T sweet chili sauce
2 T light soya sauce

First of all, make omelet. Stir it before it sets to break it up into small pieces. Remove.

Put a few tablespoons oil into the hot pan, add in the dried onions. Be careful, it turns brown very fast. Once it’s golden, add in the noodles and fry well. The fire must be very hot. Add in the 3 sauces, stir well. Then add in the vegetables and omelet. Mix well and dish up.

Important ingredients for Fried Noodles

Important ingredients for Fried Noodles

Stir-fry the eggs for the noodles

Stir-fry the eggs for the noodles

Add sauce and vegetables to the noodles and fry.

Add sauce and vegetables to the noodles and fry.

Delicious Noodles-Chicken Dish

Delicious Noodles-Chicken Dish

The amount of fried noodles is enough for 4 average eaters. I always add in a lot of vegetables to get everyone to eat more vegetables to make it a healthier version. I seldom serve deep-fry foods to my family but they do get a treat every now and then.

Do you cook or eat out more? Do you like Asian or Malaysian food? Cooking is fun. Besides, you can save a lot of money if you cook yourself. I hope you will start cooking if you haven’t and to keep cooking if you have already been cooking. Do share with me how your cooking gets on.

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3 Comments

jeannie tay  on October 21st, 2009

Hi Mary,

Yummy looking fried mee… it’s been a long time since if cook noodles. Usually just resort to instant noodles. Isn’t it difficult to cook with such a small frying pan? A wok would be much easier! Typical hawker style:D

Mary  on October 21st, 2009

@Jeannie - Thanks for comment. Hope you don’t eat too much instant noodles. It’s fast and easy and really delicious I have to admit, but it’s really not good for health. My frying pan is actually rather big. I would love to use a wok but my stove doesn’t accomodate that. The fire is also not strong like what we get back home. So I have to be happy with what I have.

cindy  on October 23rd, 2011

I live in San Antonio, TX so I haven’t seen any Malaysian Restaurant. This makes me want to eat them…only if I can make some. Looks so delicious. Thanks for sharing.

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