Sunday, 25 October 2009

Purple Wheat Noodles - Part II

This is a continuation exploring on the new "Purple Wheat Noodles" which I have bought yesterday. After sharing with you the "dry" version on making the colourful Noodles Salad(recipe here) with this "new product". So today I decided to use it to make a Hong Kong Style Soup Noodles with luncheon meat (spam), vegetable and a sunny-side up egg.

This is a very simple and easy way to prepared Instant Noodles in a more nutritious and at the same time you can present it similar to restaurant style. All you need are some simple ingredients which you might be able to find from your kitchen fridge and pantry. Look at the texture and colour of this "Purple Wheat Noodles" isn't it look great for any combination. The noodles itself taste great with a spongy texture if you don't over-cooked it. Posted by Picasa

Here we goes:-
~ Any type of Instant Noodles
~ Few Slices of Luncheon Meat/Spam
~ Sunny-Side Up Egg/Hard-boiled Egg
~ Some Green Vegetable
~ Stock Cubes/Instant Stock

Method:
1. Cook the instant noodle according to the packet instructions, when done, rinse and set aside. (the purpose of rinsing is to present the noodles from sticking together)
2. Prepared the egg according to your preference, then pan-fry the Luncheon Meat/Spam for 1 or 2 minutes on each side.
3. Prepare another pot of water, add in stock cubes or use instant stock.
4. Bring to boil, blanched the vegetable in it for a few second, remove and set aside.
5. Arrange the noodles in a bowl or soup plate, scoop in some soup base, top with vegetables, Luncheon, Egg and serve immediately.

Note:
~ You can swap with any other ingredients that you prefer instead of Luncheon meat or egg.


4 comments:

  1. Good, I'll swap the luncheon meat for chicken. Ellena, I thought there was a brand of luncheon meat that was banned in Singapore. Isn't that Spam or no?

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  2. wah purple instant noodles. Didn't know abt this new product cos didn't buy newspapers for a long time LOL. I love the noodles both in the salad and as a dry version. Yummy.

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  3. Hi Quinn,
    Em... ya i think there is a brand that of luncheon meat that was banned in Singapore. But this one that I am using is made in Singapore :p so it's very safe.


    Hi noobcook,
    Ya... i was attracted to the advertisement so i fast fast go grab a packet to try :p *thanks for your compliment :)

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  4. Never heard of this product before...very interesting.

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