Mie Goreng or Mee Goreng in English pronunciation is a popular dish in South East Asian countries like Indonesia, Singapore, and Malaysia. In the island of Java, Indonesia, Mee have become a very popular substitution when the people are bored with eating rice and sometimes when there’s no rice, mee is the best option. Javanese people also have some kind of distinct flavor when cooking this carbohydrate-rich ingredient. Here’s a Javanese Fried Mee recipe you could try at home..
Servings for 4
- 400 grams of noodle
- 300 grams of chicken meat, diced 0.5 inches x 0.5 inches
- 100 grams of cabbage, slice thin
- 100 grams of carrot, sliced like matches
- 1 spring onion, shredded.
- 75 grams of peas
- 2 eggs, make an omelet, then slice thin
- 5 hot chili, grinded
- 1 shallot, slice thin
- 3 tablespoon of sweet soy sauce
- 4 clove of garlic, sliced thin
- 5 clover of french shallot, sliced thin
- 1 tablespoon of soy sauce
- 1 candle nut, grind
- 1/2 tablespoon of instant chicken stock
- 1/2 teaspoon of salt
- 3 tablespoon of cooking oil
- fried french shallot for topping
- Start by heating up water and boil the noodles (mee) until they are supple then set aside.
- Heat up cooking oil and start frying the garlic, french shallot, chili, and candle nut until they smells good. pour in the chicken meat and stir well until they change color.
- Pour in the soy sauce and the sweet soy sauce, instant chicken stock, pepper and salt, then stir well.
- Add in the cabbage, carrots, peas, and spring onion.
- Pour the boiled noodles, cook, and stir until they are all done. Set aside and serve with fried french shallot topping.