Tuesday, September 23, 2014

AFF Singapore - Mee Hoon Kueh (Hand Pulled Noodles)

The last part of Asian Food Fest, Singapore :)

Let's start with this heart noodle dish loved by me and family
This China origin dish is easily found island wide. You definitely see it in any food court you patronize
They typically sell different kind of shapes for the noodle, with the same soup base and a variety of topping. There are fried version, too

I personally love mee hoon kueh more than others, not sure why, just love the texture
Hence my experiment on making it :)




I love the rather thick chewy mee hoon kueh like this :)



The kids prefer the meat to be shaped into balls :)

 

Recipe is from Sonia from Nasi Lemak Lover with some modification

What you need:

Dough:
500g plain flour
200ml water
1 egg, lightly beaten
1 tsp salt

Method:
  1. Mix flour, egg and salt in a mixing bowl. Slowly add in water, knead til smooth about 5 mins
  2. Shape dough into ball, keep aside covered with clingwrap for 1 hour or more

Soup base:
70g ikan bilis (anchovy), washed and cleaned
150g pork ribs, washed
a pot of water
2 tsp salt to taste

Method:
  1. Blanch pork ribs in hot boiling water for a minute, and drain
  2. Boil pork ribs in a pot of water and simmer for an hour. Add in ikan bilis and continue to simmer for another 45 mins. Taste with salt, set aside
200g prawns (skin on, head and tail intact), stir fry with chopped garlic
200g minced pork, marinate with sesame oil, salt, pepper and tapioca flour, shape into balls
ikan bilis (anchovy), fry til crispy
fried onion
some green vegetables (I used xiao bai cai)
tong choy (preserved vegetables)
eggs

To serve:
  1. Transfer a single serving of soup base into a small pot, bring to boil
  2. Pull and tear mee hoon kueh dough into thin pieces and drop them into boiling soup
  3. Add in meatballs, tong choy and vegetables, crack an egg and cook for 1 min and pour into a serving bowl
  4. Add in garlic prawns, fried ikan bilis and fried onion
  5. Serve with chilli soya sauce



I am submitting this post to Asian Food Fest - Singapore, hosted by Grace from Life can be Simple


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