Published by wiffy on May 30, 2014
This can be a recipe for just one of Singapore’s most widely used and legendary hawker dish &"bak chor mee &" also known as minced meat noodles (). As I have featured the recipe for fish ball bak chor mee. this is actually the other version with stewed mushrooms, minced pork, pork ball, pork liver and sliced pork.
Than the fish ball version, there's a little more work with that one because there are more number of ingredients. The stewed mushrooms also take a moment to stew, though the good thing is they keep well within the fridge for a lot of days, and serve along with toppings for virtually any soup noodle dish. I really like both fish ball and mushrooms versions equally also it totally depends upon my mood on that day. Since I Have used &"mee pok &" also known as flat egg noodles the final time, I made use of &"mee kia &" also known as thin egg noodles this time around round. The house-cooked version means you are able to swop round the ingredients according to your time and effort and component availability. For example, that you can do fish balls with stewed mushrooms, omit the liver or perhaps try the soup form of bak chor mee .
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&"Mee Kia Tah&" Before eating, make sure to mix the noodles well to coat everything using the sauce.
Stewed/Braised Mushrooms Keeps well within the fridge, ideal for other dishes for example shredded chicken mushroom noodles, even mee sua soup or perhaps a savoury topping for many Asian dishes!
Dear Noobcook, I'm an enthusiastic fan of the blog! I've attempted numerous recipes, and try to return for additional! One much of this recipe &- It seemed like 1 tablespoons of of sambal tumis was an excessive amount of, it overwhelmed the taste of all of those other sauce, and so i altered it to at least one teaspoon, and bending the stewed mushroom broth measurements. Switched out perfectly! It had been effort but totally worthwhile, especially will be able to’t get local food in LA!
Appreciate testing out the recipe. I’m glad you'll find the components particularly the sambal in US :)
Let me know steps to make the chillie for mee pork?
wiffy responded: &- September 28th, 2015 @ 3:29 pm