July 17, 2011

Mie Goreng ( Indonesian Fried noodles )

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I have been thinking of posting Indonesian mie goreng long time back, since I know that Mie Goreng is not in my recipe index nor never being posted. To me it looks so odd and ridiculous, well knowing that I'm an Indonesian who adore and very much treasure of all Indonesian food and moreover I am a food blogger to most Indonesian food dishes principally, and helooo...i have no Mie Goreng recipe :( you can imagine that...

I felt guilty and clearly aware, I should not be hold-up to write and share to the most wanted Indonesian dish and I am sure that you want to know how to home-cook it, so fasten your seat belt and ready to rock your kitchen with “Indonesian Mie Goreng”


And...


I’m so thrilled to know that I am no longer turn a blind eye to the dear one “Indonesian Mie Goreng”  and this is my very own version yet simple of Indonesian icon dish.





Mie Goreng
Indonesian fried Noodles





   You need

   200gr fresh/dried yellow egg noodles (as my ideal portions for the serving)
   * I used fresh egg noodles, blanched
   2 cloves garlic, chopped
   2 shallots (bawang merah), slice
    1 heaping cup shredded cabbage
   4-5 coysum ( sawi hijau )
   1 stalk leek, cut across
   7 medium-sized prawns, shelled, deveined and cut in half from middle part
   2 tbs sweet soy sauce / kecap manis (Indonesian sweet soy sauce)
   1 tsp fish sauce-(kecap ikan), optional
   1 tbs light soy sauce (kecap asin)
   1/2 tsp white pepper powder
   3 tbs oil for stir fry
   Salt to taste



Steps


Heat the oil in a wok or over high heat, Add garlic and onions--stir-fry until aromatic.

Add the prawns, Stir constantly until the prawns turn to light pink or half cook.

Add the noodle and then toss in all the vegetables

      Add sweet soy sauce (kecap manis), salted soy sauce (kecap asin), fish sauce, white pepper and salt.

         Stir fry until all are well combine and the noodles are completely coated with sweet soy sauce

Serve immediately 






Note


I love my mie goreng would have a slight texture in a bite and so are the veggies

Present the mie goreng together with Acar ( recipe here ) and prawns crackers would resemble heaven on a plate :))