Saturday, 1 March 2014

Indonesian Fried Noodle (Mie Goreng Indonesia)

Indonesian Fried Noodle ( Mie Goreng Indonesia )


Recipe source : Adapted from Indochine Kitchen


Wow! This is really hot and spicy! For those not accustomed to hot and spicy food, you better reduce the amount of chillies and pepper for a milder flavour. The spice paste has a very distinct peppery flavour which taste really good, that is if you like spicy food with lots of pepper.

This noodle dish is meatless.

Ingredients For Spice Paste


2 cloves garlic
10 shallots
4 candle nuts, toasted
1/2 tsp whole peppercorns

Pound all the ingredients together using a mortar and pestle or use a spice grinder to mince them.

Using a mortar and pestle to pound the spice paste

Ingredients For Stir-Frying


400g noodles
150g beansprouts   ( I did not use this )
150g Chinese green cabbage, cut into 5 cm length   ( I used choy sam )
5 stalks of spring onion, cut into  5 cm length
3 sprigs parsley, cut into 2cm length
10g chilli padi, sliced
1 tomato, quartered   ( I did not use this )
3 tbsp cooking oil               
1 tsp salt
1 1/2 tbsp sweet soya sauce
1/2 cup water


 Spring onion, cut into 5 cm sections

 Chinese parsley, cut into 2 cm sections

 Chilli padi or bird's eye chilli, sliced

 Choy sam, cut into 5cm sections

 Noodle, rinsed and drained

Method


1.  Heat oil in a wok. Add spice paste and chillies and stir-fry for two minutes.
2.  Toss in choy sam, spring onions and beansprouts (if using). Mix quickly and fry for one minute.
3.  Add noodle, tomato, sweet soya sauce, salt, chopped Chinese parsley and water.
4.  Keep stirring until almost dry.
5.  Serve warm. 





I am submitting this post to Asian Food Fest  :  Indonesia  


8 comments:

  1. hhhmmm yum, looks really authentic :)
    thks for participating in AFF Indonesia :)

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  2. Hi Doris, your mi goreng looks yummy! We at Qatar can't find fresh yellow noodle. If we want we have to order in bulk from a person who make it for us and this may happen not even monthly.

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    1. Hi Tze,

      Sorry to hear that you can't get yellow noodle as much and as often as you want in Qatar.

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  3. I will love this for sure... but will take your advice and reduce the cili padi. Hehe!

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    1. Hi,

      We Malaysians are supposedly to be able to handle hot chillies but after consuming this noodle everyone at home was complaining about its hotness.

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  4. Hi everyone,i m new to this blog n very happy to find so many mouthwatering recipes.thanks for sharing.i really enjoy going thru the published recipes n home remedies. Now i find like so much to see but so little time to finish reading.its going to keep me busy for a long time.

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    1. Hi Hwai Cheng, Welcome to Sumptuous Flavours. Take your time to go through the recipes slowly and try to cook them. Thanks for dropping by. :)

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