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Thursday, 9 August 2012

Quickie Prawn Bihun(Copied from Uncle Pete)

Some time ago, Mamarazzi saw Uncle Arthur blog posted about Prawn Noodles.

She suddenly felt like having prawn noodles pulak. But too bad Papa was not around. But in the fridge, there was some frozen prawns.

She recalled Uncle Pete had posted about quickie prawn noodles hence she went and dig around in his blog. Found Uncle Pete's Quickie Prawn Noodle Recipe




 Mamarazzi did it it a bit differently. She shelled the Prawns and used the shell to boil the soup. Hmmm ...she should have fried them a bit to give it more taste.

 As per Unce Pete's blog, chopped some shallots. 

Don't have curry powder  so Mamarazzi used Cili paste. 

No kangkung(water spinach?) so she replace with Sawi(Mustard green?).

 Some dried shrimps. Fried it with the shallots, chili paste, a bit of oyster sauce and bit of salt.

Then pour it in the boiling soup. Boiled awhile. Aiks...too spicy so she added a bit of sugar.

while the soup was being boiled, she soak some bihun( vermicelli) in hot water.


 
She throw in the prawns and the bihun into the soup. Boil around 3 mins and TADA!!! Can eat liao. According to her taste not bad lah. 50% passing mark la.

Just not enough ingredient.


 As for me, I end up eating weird Bihun soup. 

We had Water Crest Vegetabe soup for lucnh. There was still a big pot left for dinner. 

As I can't eat spicy prawn bihun, Mamarazzi dump some bihun into the Water Crest Soup for me.



MMm....this combination tasted not bad. Quite nice. At least my tummy is fed .

71 comments:

  1. wow that makes sense making a broth with shrimp shells

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  2. that would have been really tastier

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  3. those used to be unuseful but what you did was brilliant

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    1. saw the shops using the shells and the heads to make the broth so I just copied LOL

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  4. Wow.. nyum nyum. Terliur.. hehe

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  5. your not out to eat now huh thats cool

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    1. MEcoy

      Mamarazzi cooks nearly every day but she seldom blog about her cooking as it's nothing special

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  6. a soup would be a good idea for us now at this weather is just so perfect

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    1. MEcoy

      but over here our weather is very hot :(

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  7. So many prawns, not enough ingredient kah? Looks good to me... No need follow law one, can always cook up own recipe... Not the same, never mind. May even be nicer!

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    1. STP

      Yes not enough ingredient. No kangkung, Mamarazzi love kangkung with the Prawn noodle

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  8. Mamarazi is do creative, can make two types of noodle soups in a jiffy. I wouldn't mind having either one :-)

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    1. Boey Joey

      Nah..the other soup was from the afternoon. Just dont in the bihun LOL

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  9. I also do the same..
    I take some bihun and cook with my soup of the day..

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    1. SP

      LOL...as long as tak cerewet makan then ok lo

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  10. the prawn bihun looks good. is only 50%?
    hmm I head that those good har mee .. they take the prawn shells and blend it into very fine and use it to boil for gravy...

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    1. SP

      Ooo...blend the shells ah? Okie okie will try that out. Thanks for the tips

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  11. Mommy Meow sure clever substituting items she found in her kitchen to make the prawn noodle.

    Pandai lah Meow masak! :)

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    1. Lina

      Licence Lembu. Always cincai recipe . That is why she cannot bake cake as baking have to have precise recipe

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  12. Anak kucing punya noodle look so healthy. A lot of vege woh! :)

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  13. Maybe i should try it out one of the day, kaka...

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  14. mamarazi so rajin cooking leh...

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  15. Not bad lah! It looks good to me. I wouldn't mind having some :)

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    1. Phong Hong

      Thanks for the compliments :)

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  16. Looks good to me, and somemore can dish up so quickly! I'm impressed, with all the last minute variations too! : )

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  17. yummy! I love bihun soup..

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  18. Oohh sounds easy enough! I feel like cooking it already! Need to buy dried shrimps this weekend! hehe

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  19. Meow's title for this post is very catchy la. My sista Yan told me to check it out here because she saw the word "Quickie". Aiyah she very sensitive nowadays, kena ahemization.

    I told her meow's entries very decent one, got 1 kitty cat and food only. No ahem ahem, mutated mushroom, drag queen or sort of.

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    1. Yvonne

      wakakaka...naughty naughty...if you want quickie recipe go to Pete's blog. His one many "quickie" :p

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  20. I thought you are frying bihun with prawns. But you are making prawn noodle, or we call it Hokkien noodle :D

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    1. actually i had the same thought when i saw the title, it's fried beehoon with prawns that appeared in my mind.. never thought this mamarazzi so "geng chow" go and cook "har mien"..

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    2. Hahaha....this one follow Pete's quickie recipe la. He very geng one. Pandai mix and match in the kitchen . 20 mins can whip up nice har mee for his daughter

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  21. Shell the prawns and recycle the shell to make the soup? Is that how to make prawn noodle soup? I must try this one day.

    No need chicken or pork broth?

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    1. I think that is the way gua coz saw in those Prawn noodles stall they use the shells and head for broth. Not sure what else they add

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  22. prawn meeeeeee one of my fav back then... nak sikit!!

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    1. Mell-o

      its one of Mamarazzi's fav food

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  23. Now your mamarazzi is very pandai to masak liow! I dont mind having a bowl of prawn noodles now... so hungry at this moment.. 1.50pm!

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  24. Now....u r tempting me to get a bowl of prawn noodles.

    Not bad what....small kucing's mee hoon soup is delicious with that water crest soup.

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  25. Meow, your har mee looks good, but I like the soup more reddish. I don't think I want to try cooking this at this moment, because we just pay RM2.50 here, we can taste a very nice har mee already.

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    1. Yan

      wah so cheap over there ah? Here at least RM3-50. Hard to find also

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  26. Yum, I do the same too, the shells brings out a wonderful flavor.

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  27. Kathy - check with oongui whether anything wrong with his blog, tried going in but warned about virus.

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    1. Nava

      so far it's ok for me. No warning. I have emailed him

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  28. wah, this mamarazzi always trying out new things in her kitchen, so experimental lah!!

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    1. SK

      and pity me being the white mice lo

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  29. prawn noodles use curry powder one meh?? i thought use chili paste or sambal??

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    1. SK

      saw in Uncle Pete blog say cili powder wor

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  30. okay woh, looks good.. although the photo looks more like the soup of "ipoh hor fun" lah, hahaha!! but given that you don't actually have enough ingredients, then it's quite successful already~~

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    1. SK

      at least the taste is there la LOL

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  31. hahahaha, too bad small kucing cannot take spicy food!! no choice can only resort to something secondary lah.. meehoon with watercress soup also not bad mah, although the appearance doesn't look good lah..

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  32. That actually looks really good! I have to limit the amount of spicy foods I eat, too ;)

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    1. Christina

      LOL ya cant eat too much spicy food

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  33. Simple but looks so yummy!! We also love "sai yong choy" soup but few days ago, I stir-fried this veggie (watercrest) and it was delicious too!

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    1. Chloe

      yes there is two type of sai yong choy. one for soup and one for frying

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  34. Mmm..sedap. Mamarazzi can really cook. Looks good to me.

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    1. Mummy Gwen


      still room for improvement

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