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Thank you for this, as I wanted to recreate the noodles I had in Malaysia. I have used Indo Mie brand noodles (very good) and some Chinese dried thin wheat noodles (also good but not as). I couldn't find real belacan, so I used a Thai shrimp paste, which adds a good flavor. I found it a little ketchupy the way it's written, so I use less ketchup. Fried tofu is great in place of the chicken. Many types of veggies work well. I like broccoli and green onion. I wimped out and bought fried onions. You gotta have fried onions. For garnish, try lime juice, bean sprouts, and peanuts, along with the onions. A quartered hard boiled egg is nice too, though a fried egg is more authentic. Supoib!

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P.Q. Butterfat December 15, 2010

Loved it! DH loved it! So easy it will make it into our regular rotation. I loved the addition of the fried shallot. Used b/s breasts instead of legs, and didn't have quite enough oil left in the bottle to marinate them well, so I added some honey and a little soy to my marinade. Otherwise made as directed, with fabulous results! Thanks!

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PianoCook April 20, 2009

Delicious! And easy! You want some heat, you got it! Made as directed. Thanks, Myffythechef! Made for PAC Spring '09.

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mersaydees April 16, 2009
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