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Jul 17, 2011

Malay Fried Noodles


Hai Friends hope everyone is doing great..Yesterday was the most embarrassing day in my life..We had our lovable friend Nameeta’s farewell yesterday... we really had a good time chatting,eating and sharing gifts with her..We showed our love by giving her lots of gifts and she is really so excited and happy...She din except any thing like this from us,it was a great surprise for her..The Whole team came and gave a wonderful farewell to her...It was so touching..And Nameeta we are really gonna miss you and we love you so much..You will stay in our heart forever..All the things which we made is because you deserve a lot more than this...Love you

Ok Todays recipe is gonna be Malay Noodles....It is one of the simple dish to make,and it is pretty easy to do as well..This recipe is modified from Rasa Malysia..The original recipe called for squid,but I din use that...You could even leave out the egg and make it entirely vegetarian...The special thing about this meal is you can just throw and toss everything and finish it within 10-15 min.. 
 
Ingrediants:

Noodles-1 packet cooked as per package directions
Garlic-5 cloves chopped
Ginger-1 tblspn minced
Chilli paste-2 tblspn(Dry red chillies ground up with water)
Tofu-1/2 cup sliced
Egg-3
Soy sauce-2 tblspn
Tomato ketchup-3 tblspn
Cabbage-1 cup sliced
Lettuce leaves -1/2 cup sliced
Sugar to taste
Salt to taste
Oil-3 tblspn
Spring onion a handful
Lemon-as per taste

Method:

Heat oil in a wok and add in garlic,ginger and tofu and fry for 3 min.

Add in chilli paste,soya sauce,tomato ketchup,salt,sugar and mix well.

Add in cabbage and cook till wilted.

Add in chilli paste and mix well..

Add in noodles and toss well till combined..Set the noodles to the side and crackle open egg and scramble it.Then mix it with the noodles.

Now add in shredded lettuce,spring onion and a dash of lemon juice..

Serve hot..

 Pictorial:

Grab your ingrediants

Cook your noodles
Saute garlic and ginger


add in tofu pieces


Season with salt and sugar


now add in ketchup and soy sauce


throw in cabbage


and some chilli paste


now add in your noodles


mix well


Set this aside and crack eggs in this


Scramble it and mix with noodles


Throw a handful of lettuce


Squeeze some lemon juice

Toss well

SERVE

YUMMY

28 comments:

  1. Wow..my all time fav food....this looks fabulous and perfect dear...yummy..

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  2. glazy healthy and tempting noddles
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  3. Fried Noodles look amazing. Wonderful to look at. Must have tasted great as well.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  4. Noodles are one of my most favourite food, looks very inviting.

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  5. What I love about the stir-fry is that anything can go into it.

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  6. Hey perfect noodles. The last pic shows how delicious it should be :-) Tofu is a great idea!!

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  7. Looks so inviting and yummy dear...

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  8. Yummy!! I luv noodles...ur malay noodles luks tasty...
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  9. Thsi looks absolutely scrumptious.I am for sure going to try to make it!
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  10. Fried noodles look so delicious..

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  11. My kids fav. I make the same without eggs,red chilli paste and tomato ketchup :) shall try with ketchup next time!

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  12. Una explicación estupenda me ha encantado!!!
    Un saludito

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  13. I miss having this at the street stalls! Yummy! Great great recipe! Thanks for sharing dear!

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  14. mouth watering..remembered the one i used to have at bandra during college on a rainy day.

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  15. tht looks simply delicious..im sure i can skip eggs and make the same way :)

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  16. ADOREI, FICOU TAL COMO EU GOSTO.
    BOA SEMANA
    KISS

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  17. Wow....this looks totally drool worthy.

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  18. very intersting must try it soon will probabaly replace tofu with chicken :)

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  19. Hellooo!!

    Nice to meet you and your blog!!

    I've been walking around and seeing your recipes, and I have to say you have a fantastic blog. I'm here walking.

    Indeed, these noodles are great!

    A kiss!

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  20. nice to meet you and your blog. I've been walking around and seeing your recipes, and I have to say you have a fantastic blog. I'm here walking.

    Indeed, these noodles are great!

    A kiss!

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  21. my mouth's watering...yumm!!

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  22. This looks really good! I have some soba in my pantry that would be perfect for this!

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  23. This noodle dish lookes so good and I love tofu. I just found your site and enjoyed it very much, thank you. Stop by and visit me sometime when you have a chance

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