Friday, December 1, 2006

Hokkien Mee

Cook this dish last week for the first time. Not too bad. My hubby rated it 4-star. ^_^ I like it because it's simple and fast to cook. ^_-

  • Yellow flat noodles
  • Prawns, shells removed and deveined
  • Squids, sliced
  • Cai Xin, cut into section
  • Fish cakes, sliced
  • Stock or water
  • Corn starch mixture
  • 1/2 tablespoon Dark Soy Sauce
  • 1/2 Oyster Sauce
How to do it:
  1. Stir-fried the prawns, squids, fish cakes and cai xin with garlic.
  2. Set aside.
  3. In a pot, cook the noodle with enough stock to cover it.
  4. When the noodle is cooked, add in the seasonings, prawns, squids, fish cakes and cai xin.
  5. Let it cook for ½ minute then slowly stir-in the corn-starch mixture to thicken the sauce.
  6. Serve.
You can add any other ingredients of your choice. You can also blanch your ingredients instead of stir-frying. I only add-in the ingredients to the noodles during the last part so not to over-cook them. Adjust the amount of seasonings. If you like a darker look for your noodles, add more dark soy sauce.


  1. Hi Wokkingmum,

    May I know what stock did you use for this Hokkien Mee?


  2. Dyllis,

    I use home-made chicken stock. You can use instant chicken stock if you like. :)