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Saturday, 8 May 2010

Home Made Pan Mee

Mmm...sedap.



Mamarazzi went to pasar and found very young Cakur Manis. Wow, very hard to find young cakur manis. Of course ler she immediately buy it. What was she going to cook the cakur manis with?



Mamarazzi made a dough out of wheat flour + an egg+ some pepper + a bit of salt. Left it for about half an hour.


Meantime, she also soak some dried mushroom


and fried some ikan bilis.


Boiled water for the soup and tear the dough into small and thin pieces. Throw into the boiling soup. Add the mushrooms, some meatball and the cakur manis.

Yay..kau tim one big pot of home made pan mee. Easy to make and nice to eat.

41 comments:

  1. I LOOOOOOOOOOOOOVE pan meen wei! my MIL hse always cook this & i will whack a big bowl of it ;) yours look really good!

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  2. wow looks so yummy!!!!!!!!!

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  3. Is that cangkuk manis? You're supposed to wring it and tear it to shreds - bits and pieces...to get the "manis" out. We do that over here - either for cooking soup or frying...

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  4. The pan mee...the dough what measurements? No need to roll into thin flat pieces before tearing? So far, I've tried pan mee once - not a fan. Some of my friends love it a lot!

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  5. Ken

    Paiseh..this one is home made one..not professional

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  6. STP

    Over here my mom and granny never tear the cakur manis to small pieces. So I also didn't do that. Just tear from the stem, wash and cook.

    Learn from mom. No need to put thru the machine. Just tear using hand. Pull till very thin, tear and throw into the pot. The old ways of making pan mee. We call it as "Min Fun Kueh"(cantonese).

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  7. wow... now only revealing your hidden talents of cooking, huh... so when can we have the chance to taste? i love pan mee also.. seems i love everything one. haaha..

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  8. OMg....can give the dough recipe? I like to eat these, and outside sell til like wanna slaughter ppl leh. :(

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  9. Is cakur manis called 'shi chai choy' in Cantonese? Oh lovely pan mee. tQ

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  10. Claire

    Mana ada hidden talent..poor man recipe lai de..old time mana got $$ go out eat fancy noodle..all home make lo

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  11. Cleff

    Dough recipe? Simple only..1 egg, a bit of salt and tepung gandum. The add a bit of water till become dough. Leave it for awhile then can start tear, throw straight into the pot and cook

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  12. Bananaz

    Yes, shi Chai Choy. Hard to find young shi chai choy here :(. Young one baru nice to cook with the Pan Mee

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  13. Nampak macam beli dari kedai type!! Professional eh??!

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  14. La sao pan mee wor :D yummy yummy!

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  15. oh...nice nice pan mee..

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  16. Wah, mama kucing very 'keng', homemade pan mee. I have the vegetable growing in my backyard...nice to fry with eggs!

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  17. Pete

    ya ..fried with eggs also very nice..but have to be young ones lo.

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  18. Mommy Ling

    looks nice but taste mah mah only :p

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  19. Drooling drooling... can i invite myself for this nice soupy HMPM?

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  20. Hello SK, love this dish. Have not eaten it long time. Anymore left? Ha ha.
    Have a happy mother's day, Lee.

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  21. Uncle Lee

    Just hint hint to Mrs Lee ler...sure immediately can eat already :D No need to fly back to eat :p

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  22. OMG my hubby love pan mee! What's the recipe?? :P How much flour needed? I didn't know that vege is called cakur manis! LOL!

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  23. Lenglui Witch

    Recipe ah...cham...i tembak only. If two person eat 1/4 packet of the wheat flour enough lo

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  24. You are good at cooking pan mee, look just like the ones sold at restaurants.

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  25. I always wondered what vege it is that comes with Pan Mee. Cakur Manis it it....thanks for teaching me something today!

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  26. Ann

    You are welcome :D Happy Mothers Day to you

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  27. Oh I'm a big fan of pan mee too!! Your version looks very pro leh. Nice! Cooking it is easy but finding the cakur manis is not easy lor, cos i never go pasar.

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  28. Chloe Mommy

    Ya lor..hard to fin nice cakur manis. Sold in pasar most very old one :(

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  29. Talking about pan mee dough, I have tried once making it myself and it turned out it is sticky. And Sarah also do not likes to eat my pan mee as compared to the restaurant one.

    I did not know I should rest the dough...Thanks for the tips.

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  30. Joanne

    Maybe too much water and didnt rest the dough long enough

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