Mee Goreng

Mee Goreng Mamak is the indian version fried noodles that is also sweet savoury and spicy all at the same time! The signature red spicy noodle captures the harmonized notes of flavours which just explodes in your mouth. The colours come from the slight red colouring added to the sambal chili. Our rendition of this recipe usually contains seafood like prawns and sometimes other ingredients like chicken, finished off with a dollop of sweet ketchup on the side with fresh cucumbers…mmm!!
It is truly a one “wok” wonder that you can whip up for your family in minutes!

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300g yellow Noodles
6prawns (shelled)
1tbsp minced garlic
½red onion (sliced)
40g chopped cabbage
10g diced tomatoes
30g bean sprouts
3tbsp oil
4tbsp water
1tbsp sambal (mixed with a pinch of red colouring powder)
3tbsp tomato ketchup
½tbsp light soya sauce
½tbsp dark soya sauce
½tsp salt and sugar (adjust to taste)
1 egg
50g chye sim
chopped cucumber with ketchup
1 calamansi



Add 3 tbsp oil with 1 tbsp minced garlic to hot pan / wok
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Next add 6 prawns and stir fry
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Add the following vegetables: 1/2 red onion (sliced), 40g chopped cabbage, 10g chopped, tomatoes,30g bean sprouts,
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Continue to stir fry then add in 300g yellow noodles
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Add 2 tbsp water and cook until noodle starts to soften
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Add 1 tbsp sambal (mixed with a pinch of red colouring powder),
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3 tbsp tomato ketchup,
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½ tbsp light soya sauce,
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½ tbsp dark soya sauce,
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¼ tbsp salt,
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½ tbsp sugar,
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Stir fry and mix evenly
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Crack an egg and scramble it on the side of the pan then mix it into the noodles
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Add 50g chye sim and fry for another 2-3 mins
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Serve with chopped cucumber, ketchup and calamansi
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