Wednesday, 31 May 2006

Braised Ee Fu Noodle

Ee Fu Noodle is frequently used in wedding banquets and other important celebrations. It's prepared with the finest ingredients, deep-fried to a golden yellow and served as a royal dish. The most common one is Braised Ee Fu Noodle with Enoki & Yellow Chive.

For today's dinner, we are having Braised Ee Fu Noodle with Prawns, Pork Fillets & Spring Onion. It's a very simple and yet delicious dish that suits everyone in the family..... Especially for those who loves to eat Ee Fu Noodle.......


Ingredients:
1 Piece Of Dried Ee Mee
2 Stalks Spring Onion, cut into section
6-8 Medium Prawns, shelled & devein
150g Lean Pork, cut into strips
1 Teaspoon Grated Ginger
1 Teaspoon Grated Garlic

1. Marinate the pork strips with some pepper, soy sauce, cooking wine and cornflour. Set aside with the shelled prawns while preparing the noodles.
2. Bring half pot of water to boil, add in the dried Ee Mee and stir till soft then drained, rinse with cold water and set aside.
3. Preheat a pan with about 2 Tablespoons of oil and stir-fry spring onion until fragrant, add in prawn, pork strips, garlic and ginger.
4. Continue to fry until almost cook then add in the noodles and seasoning sauce.
5. Cover and let it braised over low heat for about 3 minutes until sauce thicken and serve.
6. You can add in abit more water or stock if you want it to be more wet.

Seasoning Sauce:
1 Tablespoons Oyster Sauce
1/2 Tablespoons Light Soy Sauce
1/2 Teaspoon Dark Soy Sauce
3/4 Cup Instant Chicken Stock
1/4 Cup Water

Methods:
1. Mix all the sauce ingredients together and set aside for later use.

Notes:
You can get this Hong Kong Conton Style Ee Mee at local supermarket like NTUC.

You can add in different ingredients such as mushrooms or vegetables to create your own style of Ee Fu Noodle. Posted by Picasa

5 comments:

  1. Cooked the ee fu noodle which u recommended (Canton Brand) Turned out good. I hv added roasted duck breast meat (no skin/no fat) and button mushroom.
    Thanks a lot for sharing. Take care.

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  2. Hi KC,

    Thanks for your feedback on this dish. And i am glad that u like this noodles :)

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  3. HI Ellena mummy,
    Glad you are cooking again.

    Where can I buy Canton Mee... Was sold at NTUC.... for a year and half it has stopped selling.

    Any idea?

    God Bless
    Jacqueline

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  4. Hi Jacqueline,

    Er... i tot NTUC still selling this Canton Mee? I didn't know that it had stop selling.. i tot I still saw it a few weeks back in one of the NTUC.... :)

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  5. nice nice nice!

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