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Saturday, July 26, 2008

Mee Kungfu



MEE KUNGFU / MEE HONGKONG / MEE KANTONIS

Ingredients A :

500 g fresh noodles (I used dried noodles, so I have to boil it for 2 to 3 minutes before using)
5 eggs ~ lightly beaten

Ingredients B :

100 g fresh prawns ~ cleaned
Fishballs ~ halved
3 cloves of garlic ~ chopped
100 g Chinese cabbage
100 g carrot
2 tablespoons cornflour/maziena + 1 cup water (mix well)
1 cup chicken stock (I just dilute chicken stock powder with hot water)
2 tablespoons oyster sauce
1 tablespoon white pepper
salt to taste (I omit this)
cooking oil

Method :

1. Heat the wok and add a bit of cooking oil. Fry the eggs and noodles till slightly dry. Set aside.
2. Heat oil and add in chopped garlic. Fry till fragrant and golden brown. Add in prawns and fish balls.
3. Add in chicken stock, white pepper, oyster sauce and carrots.
4. Add in the cornflour mixture and keep stirring.
5. Add in Chinese Caabage. Stir and remove from heat.
6. Pour the gravy onto the noodles.

Thank you KAK LIZA and a HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO YOU!!!

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