Prep 15 mins
Cook 15 mins
This is one of my favourite Malaysian recipes. This dish is best made just before serving.
Make and share this Hokkien Mee recipe from Food.com.
- 600 g hokkien noodles
- 2 eggs, beaten
- 1 tablespoon water
- 60 ml vegetable oil
- 2 tablespoons grated fresh ginger
- 4 cloves garlic, crushed
- 4 small fresh red chilies, seeded,sliced
- 2 teaspoons sugar
- 200 g red capsicums, seeded,sliced
- 150 g green capsicum, seeded,sliced
- 4 green onions, sliced
- 100 g shredded Chinese cabbage
- 400 g Chinese barbecue pork, sliced
- 80 ml ketjap manis
- 60 ml oyster sauce
- Rinse noodles under hot water; drain.
- Transfer to a large bowl, separate with a fork (being careful not to break them).
- Heat a large oiled non-stick pan; pour in half the combined eggs and water.
- Swirl pan to make a thin omelette; cook until just set.
- Transfer omelette to board, roll tightly, cut into thin strips.
- Repeat with remaining egg mixture.
- Heat 1 tablespoon of the oil in a wok or large pan; stir-fry ginger, garlic, chilli and sugar until fragrant.
- Add vegetables; stir-fry until cabbage is just wilted.
- Remove vegetables from pan.
- Heat remaining oil in same pan; stir-fry noodles 2 minutes.
- Add vegetables, pork and combined sauces; stir-fry until heated through.
- Serve sprinklered with omelette strips.
Great, tasty recipe and very easy to throw together. I had some Chinese BBQ Pork in the freezer that needed using up and this worked perfectly in your recipe. The pork defrosted on the bench while I was cutting the veggies. This time around I used garlic, chilli and ginger from a jar and forgot the sugar. Yum, thanks Terese.
Really easy and really really yummy. I cooked it up with chicken and prawns and also added coriander to the herbs and it was sensational. Having lived in Malaysia for 3 years this was really really close to the real deal! Definitely a family favourite!
How can you go wrong with hokkein noodles and char sui?? This is a wonderful and simple recipe, we loved it. I left the seeds in my birds eye chillies as we like it hot and also used a juilienned carrot rather than capsicum. Would probably increse the wong bok next time as I just love it coated with that yummy sauce! Only thing I did differently was to soak my noodles in hot water for a few minutes, which meant I didn't have to remove the veggies from the wok; just added noodles, pork, sauces and we were done! Thanks for a great recipe.