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Tuesday, 30 September 2014

Mamarazzi's Hokkien Mee Recipe

If you are a follower of this blog, you will know that sometimes I will go crazy eating and eating a certain type of food only. Used to be crazy about chicken rice, that is over now. Same goes for Keoy Teow Soup, Yellow noodles, pizza and etc.

Not long ago, I gila wanna eat Hokkien Mee pulak. Darn it, said Mamarazzi. Our area where got people sell Hokkien Mee la. Wokay la....when she went to market she bought the thick yellow noodles, some cabbage and some fat/lard . 

When I want to have hokkien Mee, this is what she cooked up.

Recipe/ Ingredients : 

1. thick yellow noodle - portion up to you la. Mamarazzi made just enough for two person
2. 2-3 pips of garlic chopped.
3. Some cabbage 
4. Few pieces of thinly slice pork
5. Some fat from the pork.
6. dark sauce
7. pinch of sugar and salt
8. Bit of cornstrach
9. bit of cooking oil

Method : 

1. Fry the lard till crunchy. Take out and put aside.
2. Using the same oil fry the garlic till fragrant. 
3. Dump in the pieces of pork or chicken meat . Fry till half cooked.
4. Add the noodle and the cabbage into the wok
5. Add a bit of water just enough to cover the noodle. 
6. pour in the dark sauce, sugar and salt. Let the noodle cook till soft.
7. put a bit of water into the corn starch and pour it into the wok to thicken the gravy. 
8. Scoop out the noodles and serve. 

Okay la....a lot of "agak-agak"(estimation) involved but still it does looks lie Hokkien mee la. Taste like it too.

Sprinkle the fried lard on to the noodle...wah perfect leh.




Makan till become budak comot. 

As usual....follow Mamarazzi's recipe at your own risk ya...

68 comments:

  1. Looks like you LOVE it! Again, your mama cooks an excellent recipe!

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  2. Hi, Kids always go through specific foods they enjoy --and will eat them over and over again... My kids went through a macaroni and cheese time, and they also went through a chicken fingers time....ha

    Hope your son enjoys eating your special pork and cabbage dish --and wants it again and again...

    Hugs,
    Betsy

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    1. true what you have said. kids will eat same food till they are bored with it

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  3. Wah if you didnt mention mamarazzi cook ahh, I thought that hokkien mee is buy one leh.. Look so nice, enuff wok hei.. Yep I love it with chue yau char.. Then the noodles baru heong.. Yummzz..

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  4. Yes, it does look perfect!!! Yum! Yum! Next time I go KL, must fry for me also, can?

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  5. Wei can buka kedai liao. Mamarazzi and Small Kucing Hokkien Mee!

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    1. tempting tempting but.....hmm....maybe...

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  6. fuyoh, this Small Kucing is challenging Mamarazzi pulak!! Hokkien mee leh, no play play, not something easy at all woh.. and yet Mamarazzi so sayang Small Kucing to attend to his request.. :)

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  7. eh??!! the hokkien mee looks like the hokkien mee sold outside really!! successful lah Mamarazzi.. Uncle SK no chance to taste so can say at least cannot eat also can see woh!! can la, practice more sure can open stall jor!! :p

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    1. really ah....maybe coz all black color kot?

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  8. awww, got use corn starch ke?? Uncle SK thought only use lots of lard to thicken the gravy pulak.. good also lah use corn starch, at least more healthy than using too much lard right?? haha, but then probably Paparazzi will request to use no starch but only lard huh?? :p

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    1. got la...if lard only will be very oily and eat very jelak leh

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  9. nampak satisfied aje lah Small Kucing, become kucing comot means he enjoyed Mamarazzi's hokkien mee very much.. and look, he looked so happy in the photo also!! hehe~~ :)

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  10. Wahhhhh... Small Kucing makan until comot.

    Sure sedap lah! :)

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    1. if eat hokkien mee sure comot one coz likes to slurp...

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  11. I hope you appreciate her efforts. <3


    ALOHA from Honolulu
    ComfortSpiral
    =^..^= . <3 . >< } } (°>

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  12. Tai Lok Mee! Sedap.. must stew a bit till soft... got lard ah?? Best in the whole world! hahaha..

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    1. yes...slow slow "mun " it till soft ....got...must fry crunchy lard aru la best

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  13. Good morning small kucing,
    Do you know Hokkien Mee also my favourite ! Yay..high five!

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  14. Wah...This mamarazi really talented !!

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  15. Here, so far, i can't get this kind of thick yellow noodle from the market, so far, only eat from Malaysia Boleh at Jurong Point...

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    1. oh dont have ah..here quite easy to get leh

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  16. Looks good! Can i have my share please? :P

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  17. It looks delicious lah! OK, one day I try :)

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  18. Comot means too delicious! Hehe.

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    1. habis makan but never asked to cook some more leh...meaning not that good kot

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  19. Hello sexy boy! You are so skinny without shirt. So you must eat more than your papa okay.

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  20. Your mamarazzi never fails to amaze me. There is nothing she would not try under the sun. She is kinky with the kitchen wok. Wakakakak

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  21. I never liked Fried Hokkien Mee when I first landed in KL until I tried the famous shop at Damansara Uptown, near the police station. It is so good and packed every night. I always have to order extra small saucer of fried pork lard to add on. WOW!!!!

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    1. eh got two leh...there is one called Damansara Hokkien mee which is near the police station and another called Tiong Hokkien mee. Next time try tiong. Not bad. Love their chicken wings

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    2. Yes I really love the Tiong's chicken wings only but they cannot beat the Hokkien Mee next door. The daily crowd and tables on the streets are the evidence.

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    3. Dunno wor ...terbalik Mamarazzi like Tiong's one better :p

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  22. Wah Hokkien mee phase now.. not bad, haha. Looks pretty good leh.

    I miss the days where pieces of pig liver was added. Now hard to find a place that still does that. Le sigh.

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    1. eh try the Tiong Hokkien Mee in Damansara uptown./ They still hv liver. and the one in Paramounth garden

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  23. Wahhhh. Looks like cooked by professional!

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    1. looks okay la...taste mmmm.....need improvement

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  24. Haha. I like the disclaimer. However I dont think it can be so serious or harmful to follow mamarazzi's recipe since small kucing endorse by eating the food. ^^

    The Hokkien mee looks good actually.

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    1. coz Mamarazzi's recipe all agak agak one

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  25. Lard is not healthy yet I love it in Hokkien mee. Hard to come because many hawkers don't add any more. Its really inviting.

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  26. Wow! I'm going to try! It looks really delicious! *thumbs up*

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  27. Wah looks good, I like dark dark type one, comot also never mind, since it's at home :p

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    1. the more comot the better taste right? :)

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  28. Well, your mamarazzi sure love you so much to cook your favourite hokkien mee... eat until you jelat then she will cook something else for you!

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    1. if jelak then baru cari lain ricepi lo

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  29. Wah Mamarazzi agak-agak way of cooking really boleh punya, don't play play hor. Taste and look pun macam authentic Hokkien Mee!

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    1. biasa agak gaka la coz not enough liu

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  30. looks good! u can set up a stall selling Hokkien Mee in ur area already....sure good business since no one else is selling this.

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    1. thanks for the compliments . Maybe someday wll come true

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  31. Ya la me too used to be crazy for this noodles.

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  32. Lucky Kucing! lol! Mamarazzi recipe sure nice one. I love the last line 'follow the recipe according to your own risk' hahaha!

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    1. hehehe have to put that disclaimer coz her recipe all agak agak one

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  33. That sounds easy to make and looks good too!!

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