Hokkien Prawn Mee

Hokkien Prawn Mee
Prawn noodle(Hokkien Prawn Mee) is simply delicious and there's various way of preparing them.They are normally served with some slice of pork and beans sprouts. These two are the main ingredients one can find in their bowl of Prawn Noodle Soup. The broth is made from boiled prawn with their head intact which has to be fried. I couldn't find fresh prawns so I'm using seafood broth form my recipe.

Ingredients:
Serving Size: 4

1 packet egg noodles
4 cups seafood broth
20 jumbo prawns
1/2 sliced mushrooms
1 cup chopped boy choy
1 cup beans sprout
1/2 cup sliced baby corns
2tbsp minced garlic
1tsp pepper powder
2tbsp sesame oil
1tbsp Chinese Rice Wine Vinegar
chopped spring onions
fried onions
For the Sauce Paste:
10 tbsp of dark soya sauce
5 tbsp of light soya sauce
2 tbsp of oyster sauce
2 shallots sliced
1tbsp spicy bean sauce
1tsp red chilli paste
2 tbsp of sesame oil
1 tbsp Chinese cooking wine
1tbsp sugar
3 tbsp of cooking oil
2 shallots (coarsely chopped)
2 cloves of garlic (coarsely chopped)

Put all the sauce ingredients (except shallots, garlic and cooking oil) into one bowl. Mix well and set aside.Heat cooking oil and fry shallots and garlic until golden brown.Add the sauce ingredients and bring to simmer under low fire until the sugar melt. Keep aside.

Preparation Methods:
Coat the well and transfer to a bowl keep aside.Boil a big pot of water with a good amount of salt. The water should be super salty. Blench the egg noodles until the oil separates and drain. Blench the noodles in cold for few seconds and drain-keep aside.Add some oil to a pan and saute the garlic followed by all the chopped vegetable and prawns. Saute well-add the broth,pepper powder and vinegar.Bring to boil. Finally add the noodles. Allow the noodles to soak in the soup for few seconds and remove from flame-add the sesame oil. Transfer require amount of noodles to a serving bowl and add a few slice of spring onions and fried onion with the spicy sauce;


Comments

Neetz said…
wooww...looks superbly stupendously yummyyyyy...... :)
Malar Gandhi said…
Now I cud see the pictures...looks beautiful...just like the way we get int he restaurants.
Viki's Kitchen said…
Incredibly delicious.Anything with prawn sound yummm... for me da:)
Akal's Saappadu said…
dho varen, dho varen!!!!

bday party menu la indha dish irukkaa? coming right away!!!

I love your Mee recipes Sara!!! looks absolutely delicious!!!!
Sashi said…
Hi Sara, First time here. Prwan noodle looks delicious !! nice click !! Drop @ ttp://sashirecipes.com when u find time.
Vrinda said…
Looks delish with nice presentation...
Tina said…
Yummy yummy..Pass that bowl now dear...
Priya said…
Slurpppp!!feel like finishing rite now that bowl, anything with prawn goes directly to my fav list...yummmm!
Babli said…
Wonderful presentation. I love prawn so much and the dish looks spicy, delicious and mouth watering.
shahana said…
never heard about this name itself.Sound delicious!!
Priya said…
ur blog luks better than ever..this is complete healthy dish i want to swim in
Sarah Naveen said…
this is new to me..looks so yummy !!!!
Reena said…
Hi Saras,
First time here and WOW my favourite food and recipes. I'm drooling all over. I just love Singaporean and Malay food. We were in Singapore and Penang for quite some years. I could literally live on hawker/kopitiam center food. Good to know you are also in Dallas.

Reena
Babli said…
Please collect your award from my blog.
Sushma Mallya said…
Delicious one...loved the recipe...

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