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