Tuesday, August 2, 2016

Cookbook Countdown #8 ~ CAN Indian Mee Goreng

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Look what I found from my stash ~ Classic Asian Noodles (CAN)
Since I could not make up my mind which other cookbook to use in August,
I am continuing with July's book - Classic Asian Noodles!
 Indian Mee Goreng - page 136-137 
 chopped tomato, chopped onion, chopped green chili (I used red),
frozen peas, boiled potato cubed, meat curry powder made into paste,
bean sprouts. egg. salt, tomato sauce, dark soy sauce, kasturi limes.
peanut oil for frying, I used spaghetti instead of Hokkien noodles. 
  Never ever eating non-home-cooked Mamak mee goreng again!
Perhaps in September?
Left: 'Naturally Speaking Chinese, Recipes and Home Remedies'
by Terry Tan
Right: 'Classic Asian Rice' by Lee Geok Boi
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Zosia said...

I've never heard of Mamak mee goreng but it looks and sounds delicious! "Naturally Speaking Chinese, Recipes and Home Remedies" sounds like a fascinating book...I'd love to see some of the dishes from that book.

Emily said...

Zosia, I made one recipe from it already! Great minds think alike!

Karen Luvswesavory said...

Hi Emily,
The Mamak mee goreng are usually quite oily and I don't really fancy yellow noodle. Great to use spaghetti. .. looks delish!

Emily said...

Yes Karen,

Spaghetti is better than yellow noodles, and this recipe is the best Mamak mee goreng ever!