Sunday, October 17, 2010

Mee Kuah

This week went by pretty fast.  Spent very lil time at work =D hee hee ... shhhhh ...

Tue: had cross div team building @ hortpark.  A wet beginning hee hee and awesome ending.  Went Vivo, had dinner @ Barcelos and a cuppa hot chocolate @ starbucks before heading back home.

Wed: on leave.  Spent quality time with my girls. Lunch @ Hans River, Karaoke Session @ Cash Box in Bedok and supper @ Mcdonalds.

 Wati playing chef ... hahaha

Had fun singing ... croaking ... and lots of laughter!!! ... 

 Time passed so so fast when you are having fun ...

Kyn loves Cheesecake but she prefers Starbucks Cheesecake.... erm and I agree.

Thur: I'm not a big fan of yellow noodles so for this recipe i replaced it with spaghetti instead.  I took this recipe from Mamafami.  erm the ONE said that the gravy abit water ... noted.  Thicken it the next time round or add lesser water.

Fresh noodles (I used a pkt of spaghetti)
chicken fillet and beef ~ sliced thinly
(I used squids and prawns)
1/2 tablespoon chillie paste
5 tablespoons chillie sauce
4 tablespoons sweet soya sauce
1 tablespoon tomato puree
(I used tomato sauce) 
2 tablespoons oyster sauce
1 tomato ~ diced
2 shallots ~ sliced
3 garlic
baby corns
4 cups water
1 teaspoon vinegar
(I omit this) 
1 egg
sugar, salt, zeal and pepper
To garnish : sliced fresh chillies, crispy fried onions, spring onions
Method :

1. Heat the oil and saute onion and garlic till fragrant.
2. Add in the chillie paste, stir for a few minutes then add in chillie sauce, sweet soya sauce, tomato puree and oyster sauce.
3. Add in chicken fillets, beef and prawns. Stir then add water, baby corns and carrots. Leave to simmer till vegetables are soft. Add in the seasonings.
4. If the gravy is too thin, you can add a bit of cornflour mix with a bit of water.
5. Crack an egg into the gravy and let it cook. Do not stir till the egg hardens.
6. Blanch the noodles and place them in a bowl. Pour the gravy on top and garnish.

No comments: