Mee Hoon Soup or Bee Hoon Sup Daging (Rice Vermicelli Beef Soup Noodles)

Mee Hoon Soup or Bee Hoon Sup Daging (Rice Vermicelli Beef Soup Noodles)

May 5, 2012

Mee Hoon Soup Daging or Vermicelli Beef Soup Noodles is made from thin rice noodles (vermicelli) as main ingredient accompanied with Malaysian Malay beef soup

It’s Saturday today and it’s a family get together time between my daughter, my hubby and I. Normally, during weekend, whenever I have time and my husband does not have to travel on work, I will take this opportunity to treat them with delicious lunch meals.

Mee Rebus or Mee Jawa Muar

Mee Rebus or Mee Jawa Muar

May 3, 2012

 Mee rebus is a noodle dish, popular in Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore and in certain area Mee Rebus is called Mee Jawa. 

Today, after reading a post posted by one of my colleagues on a type of noodles selling at her gerai makan (food stall) in Muar Johor, I just could not help myself from not to trying this Malaysian Malay noodles recipe. The picture of her post haunting me and have made me missing and yearning to cook and wanting to enjoying eating it. Soon after that, I have decided to stop at the groceries shop and buy the ingredients needed (on the way back from picking up my daughter from school) and later after that, the same noodles served as a dinner for my family tonight :D I did it!

Fried Noodles Wet Style (Mee Goreng Basah)

Fried Noodles Wet Style (Mee Goreng Basah)

Mar 7, 2012

Mee goreng basah is one of  the famous dishes in Malaysia. It is made with yellow noodles, fried with garlic, onion or shallots, fried prawn, chicken or beef, sliced meatballs or fishcakes, chili, vegetables, tomatoes etc.  Ubiquitous in Malaysia, it can be found everywhere in the country, sells by all food vendors from street-hawkers to high-end restaurants. It is also commonly available at any Malay stalls in Malaysia and is often not too spicy compare to other types of Mee Goreng e.g. Mee Goreng Mamak or Mee Goreng Biasa.

Fried Vermicelli or Mee Hoon Goreng

Fried Vermicelli or Mee Hoon Goreng

Feb 26, 2012

Mee Hoon Goreng or Fried Vermicelli, is another type of noodles which is very well known in Malaysia and easily could be ordered and eaten at any Malay restaurants or stalls. This recipe usually being prepared or eaten during breakfast serves with either boiled or fried egg, sambal, fried anchovies (ikan bilis), fried nuts (kacang goreng) and slices of cucumber.

Char Kuey Teow (Kway Teow Goreng)

Char Kuey Teow (Kway Teow Goreng)

Feb 24, 2012

Char kway teow, literally means “stir-fried ricecake strips”. This noodles is one of the most popular noodle dishes in Malaysia and was typically prepared and easily to buy at hawker stalls which commonly served on a piece of banana leaf on a plate. As the dish has become increasingly popular, many cooks have come up with their own interpretations of the same basic main ingredient of ricecake strips/flat rice noodles fried with anything from eggs, onions, garlic, prawns, cockles and ‘daun kailan’ or Chinese chives etc.

Lontong Muar

Lontong Muar

Sep 15, 2010

Lontong Muar  is an Asian dish which is made of compressed rice (Nasi Himpit) and with kuah lodeh (vegetable stew cooked in coconut milk), sambal tumis, sambal kacang and either boiled or fried egg. Compressed rice or Nasi Empet (himpit) normally wrapped insidecooking bags that is boiled to soft and then cut into small cakes as staple food replacement of steamed rice.

Asam Laksa Penang

Asam Laksa Penang

Aug 5, 2008

It has been a while, I have not cooked this particular dish. It is one of my favourite dishes since I was small. It’s simple, light, sour and salty  yet delicious. Whenever I prefer it to be spicy, I will garnished it with thin sliced  of  bird’s eye chillies. I can’t really explain to you how delicious it is only if you try by yourself.