How to cook Mee Goreng (Seafood)


Mee goreng recipe. Mee Goreng is a favourite dish of Singaporeans. Mee goreng is well liked by all races for its spicy and tasty flavours and comforting quality. Although without egg, this version is simple yet tasty.

Recipe for Mee Goreng
Ingredients for Mee Goreng:
  • 500 g yellow noodles
  • 200 g fresh green vegetables or cabbage - rinsed, cut about 2" length
  • 2 cups beansprout - rinsed
  • 1 fishcake - sliced thinly
  • 200 g medium fresh prawns - deveined
  • 1 squid - washed and cut into cubes
  • 1 tomato - cubed
  • 1 onion - sliced
  • 2 tbsp tomato sauce
  • 2 tbsp oyster sauce
  • 1 tsp sweet soya sauce
  • 1 tbsp sugar
  • Few drops sesame oil
  • Salt, if necessary
  • Cooking oil
  • 2-3 tbsp broth - chicken stock
  • To blend together: 5 dried chilli (soaked in hot water and seeded) +  5 cloves garlic 
  • Garnishing: Chinese chives (cut into pieces) or coriander leaves
  • Some Calamansi - sliced top
 How to cook Mee Goreng:
  1. Heat oil in a medium wok and cook the sliced onions until softened.  
  2. Add blended ingredients, cook till fragrant.
  3. Put in oyster sauce, tomato sauce, diced tomato and 2 tbsp broth. Stir and mix well.
  4. Simmer for 1-2 minutes. Add in prawns, squid and vegetables. Stir. Add in sliced fishcake.
  5. Add sugar, salt to taste (optional) and sweet soya sauce. Stir and mix well. 
  6. Add in yellow noodles and beansprout. Mix and cook until the noodles softened and blended well with all the ingredients.
  7. Add 2-3 more tbsp of broth if you don't like your mee goreng to be dry.
  8. Garnish with lime, chinese chives or coriander leaves. Serve hot.
Image credit - Nisa 
Recipe submitted by Haizat Koo
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How to cook Mee Goreng (Seafood) How to cook Mee Goreng (Seafood) Reviewed by Admin on July 28, 2012 Rating: 5

12 comments:

  1. This is not mamak mee goreng. can someone post the recipe?

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  2. great post! the picture looks fantastic..

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  3. i have tried this recipe but my mee goreng ended salty. should not have added the salt! coz yellow mee is already salty! kwang-3

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    1. Always season your dish with salt last to taste. I make that a habBit.

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  4. good post. keep it up.

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  5. Tasted great! Hubby and I really enjoyed it. We love it egg-less! My teenagers liked it, too!

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  6. This was a hit among my family members,gonna make again this weekend.

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  7. Good to hear tHat! Not tOo much oily food ok.

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