Mee Rebus or Mie Kuah is known as noodle soup and is one of the popular noodle dishes in Malaysia. Instead of the regular soupy mee rebus, this will be the fried style which is the mee rebus flavor in a dried noodle form.
- 250 ml Water
- 700 g Mashed Sweet Potatoes
- 4 pcs Shallots
- 2 pcs Dried Chili
- 2 stalk Lemongrass
- 2 pc Candlenut
- ½ cup Dried Shrimp
- 5 g Chicken Powder
- 3 tbsp Oil
- 1 ½ tbsp Curry Powder
- 1 ⅔ tbsp Taucu
- 1 tbsp Salt
- 2 tsp FATBOI Original Wheat Noodle
- 2 tbsp AYAMAS Extra Spicy Ayam Goreng
- 1 pc Green Chilli
- 2 pcs Chopped Deep Fried Tofu
- 30 g Bean Sprouts
- Blend shallots, dried chili, dried prawn, oil and candlenut until fully well blended.
- Heat oil in a pan over medium heat. Cook chili paste with lemongrass until it separates from the oil.
- Add in water, mashed sweet potato and taucu. Cook until it has fully reduced then add in salt.
- Cook FATBOI Original Wheat Noodle in a pot of boiling water until soft.
- Place cooked noodles into paste and continue frying until it has dried up.
- Add in bean sprouts, deep fried tofu and green chili.
- Place mee rebus goreng onto a plate.
- Heat up a wok of cooking oil and fry AYAMAS Extra Spicy Ayam Goreng until it is crispy and golden brown.
- Decorate it beside the noodle and decorate the noodle with parsley and calamansi.
Tips and guides:
- If you wish to do a soup version, you can add more water into the paste and let it boil a little longer.
- You can add more chili paste in it to have a spicier mee rebus.
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