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Singapore Mee Goreng with Prawns
mee goreng recipe


Mee goreng is a spicy fried noodle dish common in Indonesia,Malaysia, and Singapore. Many a mee goring recipe help plate up the best dishes. In recent years, Southeast Asian cuisine has become popular thanks to a delicacy’s twist on the original – Singapore Mee goreng with Prawns. Ubiquitous in Singapore, it can be found everywhere in the country, sold by all food vendors from street-hawkers to high-end restaurants.
Cooking Time: < 15mins
Serves:3 to 4
Total time: 15mins - 30mins
Course: Main
Cook Method: Stir-Fry
Cuisine: Malaysian & Singaporean









Ingredients:

4 pkts Indomie Mi Goreng Noodles
1 tbsp cooking oil
1 bunch Chinese broccoli, (cut into 8cm pieces)
1 large carrot (peeled & julienned)
16 large green prawns (deshelled, deveined and tails intact)
2 spring onion (thinly sliced)




Steps:
  1. Boil water and add noodles. Cook for 2 mins; drain and set aside.
  2. Heat the oil in a wok until smoking, add Chinese broccoli, carrot and stir-fry for 1 min. Add the prawns and stir-fry for 3 mins until tender.
  3. Add drained noodles and contents of mi goreng sauce and seasoning sachets and toss to combine.
  4. Serve immediately topped with green onions.

5 Quick Facts About Singapore Mee Goreng with Prawns

  1. The earliest mee goreng recipe is derived from Chinese chowmein . It is believed to have been introduced by Chinese immigrants in Indonesia, Malaysia, and Singapore.
  2. It is made with thin yellow noodles fried in cooking oil with garlic, fried prawn,onion or shallots, chicken, pork, beef, chillies, cabbages, tomatoes, egg, and other vegetables.
  3. It is an Indonesian one-dish meal favourite, although street food hawkers commonly sell it together with nasi goreng(fried rice).
  4. It is easily available at mamak stallsin Singapore and Malaysia and is often spicy. Shrimp, chicken and beef are common ingredients in this delicious dish.
  5. Meegoreng is also similar to Japanesecold noodles or ‘yakisoba’. However, this dish has been more heavily integrated into Singaporean and Indonesian cuisine in its use of sweet soy sauce, spicy sambal and the clear absence of pork.

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Singapore Mee Goreng with Prawns

Singapore Mee Goreng with Prawns

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Mee goreng is a spicy fried noodle dish common in Indonesia,Malaysia, and Singapore. Many a mee goring recipe help plate up the best dishes. In recent years, Southeast Asian cuisine has become popular thanks to a delicacy’s twist on the original – Singapore Mee goreng with Prawns. Ubiquitous in Singapore, it can be found everywhere in the country, sold by all food vendors from street-hawkers to high-end restaurants.

Cooking Time: < 15mins
Serves: 3 to 4
Total time: 15mins - 30mins
Course: Main
Cook Method: Stir-Fry
Cuisine: Malaysian & Singaporean
Ingredients

4 pkts Indomie Mi Goreng Noodles
1 tbsp cooking oil
1 bunch Chinese broccoli, (cut into 8cm pieces)
1 large carrot (peeled & julienned)
16 large green prawns (deshelled, deveined and tails intact)
2 spring onion (thinly sliced)

Instructions
  1. Boil water and add noodles. Cook for 2 mins; drain and set aside.
  2. Heat the oil in a wok until smoking, add Chinese broccoli, carrot and stir-fry for 1 min. Add the prawns and stir-fry for 3 mins until tender.
  3. Add drained noodles and contents of mi goreng sauce and seasoning sachets and toss to combine.
  4. Serve immediately topped with green onions.

5 Quick Facts About Singapore Mee Goreng with Prawns

  1. The earliest mee goreng recipe is derived from Chinese chowmein . It is believed to have been introduced by Chinese immigrants in Indonesia, Malaysia, and Singapore.
  2. It is made with thin yellow noodles fried in cooking oil with garlic, fried prawn,onion or shallots, chicken, pork, beef, chillies, cabbages, tomatoes, egg, and other vegetables.
  3. It is an Indonesian one-dish meal favourite, although street food hawkers commonly sell it together with nasi goreng(fried rice).
  4. It is easily available at mamak stallsin Singapore and Malaysia and is often spicy. Shrimp, chicken and beef are common ingredients in this delicious dish.
  5. Meegoreng is also similar to Japanesecold noodles or ‘yakisoba’. However, this dish has been more heavily integrated into Singaporean and Indonesian cuisine in its use of sweet soy sauce, spicy sambal and the clear absence of pork.

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