Fried Hokkein noodle Recipe

Fried Hokkein noodle

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500gm fresh yellow flat big type noodle
250gm meat-thinly sliced-season with 1 tbsp cornflour
150gm cuttlefish-sliced
150gm fresh prawns
4 stalks green mustard vegetables-cut
3pips garlic- chopped
2 tbsp oil
2tbsp light soy sauce
2 tbsp dark sweet soy sauce
2 cups chicken stock
1 tbsp oyster sauce
pepper to taste

How to make Fried Hokkein noodle

Hokkein noodle is famous in Penang here in Malaysia. A plate may cost from RM5 to RM10, Depend where you eat. This noodle is different from the yellow noodle , its a little flat and bigger.

1. Heat oil and fry garlic, add marinated meat and the prawns. fry for a while and then add cuttlefish. Add stock and then noodle .
2. Stir until well blend and add vegetables, cook till gravy dries up a little bit.
3 . Serve hot with chilly sauce if you like spicy.

Question from the Chef

“which chinese style noodle you like to eat?”

  • chynnagal
    chynnagal says

    I love kuey teow, and I've also gotten my husband (American who never ate real Chinese food until he met me) hooked on it. I usually make it with beef/chicken and bok choy/kailan with oyster sauce and dark soy sauce.

  • marianne49
    marianne49 says

    thats great!! Hokkien noodle is very famous in Penang!!My son in law who is a Canadian , he just loves kuey teow too!!I think Asian food is much nicer :p

  • chynnagal
    chynnagal says

    My mom makes her Hokkien noodles without the soy sauce, which I love. I also love it with the soy sauce :-)

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