9 Aug 2011

BoyBoy pay for his Naughtiness

Boy tummy were badly injured and bleeded when he climb over the iron fence...
He was sent to veterinary surgeon to stitch his open belly...

Picture above were the second day he discharge from the clinic....

My Favourite Dishes

Picture taken by Nokia E5...

Cantonese Fried Noodle is always my favourite dishes....

Where in Kuching to have the best Cantonese Fried Noodle?
1. Sarawak Club
2. Rock Road Restaurant... (picture above)

What if I wanna make it at home, how and what should I prepared?

After google-ing for few seconds...
Finally found a blogger, ICook4Fun, who makes excellent blog post by teaching everyone how to make our own cantonese style fried mee...

Below were her's teaching content ^___^

Cantonese Style Fried Noodles

I just love eating Cantonese style noodles especially with lots of eggy gravy. I used Hong Kong style noodles for this dish but I think the rice noodles still taste the best. I find this Hong Kong noodles a bit salty.

300 grm rice noodles (I used Hong Kong Style noodles)
70 grm meat (pork or chicken) - sliced thinly
6 prawns
2 cloves of garlic
1 egg - beaten
5 stalk of mustard green - clean and cut

Marinate (A)

1 tsp of corn starch
2 tsp of soy sauce
dash of white pepper

Marinate (B)
1 tbsp of oyster sauce
1 tbsp of soy sauce
2 cups of low sodium chicken stock
1 tsp of sugar
1 tsp of cooking wine (optional)


1 tbsp of corn starch
2 tbsp of water

1) Pan fried noodles in a hot pan on both with a little bit of oil.
2) Dish out and set aside.
3) Marinate meat with seasoning (A) Heat up 1 tbsp of oil and saute garlic until lightly brown.
4) Add in meat and prawns. Stir fry of 1 min and add in seasoning (B).
5) Bring to boil. Put in mustard greens and add in thickening. Check seasoning. 6) Turn off heat and add in the beaten egg.
7) Give a quick stir and pour gravy on top of the noodles. Serve immediately.
Hope u guys enjoy cantonese fried mee... ^___^

Thank you for viewing...
Good Luck Always... =)