Monday, February 1, 2010

Quickie Angel Hair Spaghetti Jawa Mee for Supper -Recipe

I love a quickie......not that ‘kind’ of quickies hah! (I can hear Cleffairy laughing away). Normally I have limited time to cook supper. If it takes too long, my kids would be sleeping by the time I finished cooking. I would always try to come up with quickie meals without sacrificing the taste. Therefore, this is how I ended up with this Quickie Angel Hair Spaghetti Jawa Mee.

Ingredients \
Angel Hair Spaghetti, boiled in until soften (one serving)
Tomato Sauce, 5 table spoons
Shallots, 2, cut into slices, fried until golden brown for garnishing
Prawns, 2 medium size, with shell Fu chuk (Fried bean curd), 2 pcs for garnishing
Lettuce, 2 leaves, cut into small strips for garnishing
Salt and sugar to taste
Lime, 1 pc, optional

To make the jawa mee (noodles) gravy, boil around 2 rice bowls of water and add in the prawns. Add tomato sauce, salt and sugar to taste. Thicken the gravy with a little corn flour mixed with water. Put the cooked angel hair spaghetti in a serving plate. Add the jawa mee gravy and garnish with fu chuk, lettuce and fried shallots. Squeeze some lime juice on top before serving. Aiya, I am hungry again after writing this post!

10 comments:

CheaHS@n said...

Know you are as "Quick" as Speedy Gonzales ariba ariba..Quick as in cooking or quick as in eating..haha

reanaclaire said...

so...this is called a quickie.. but to me, it is not.. i will take ages to prepare this, surely!

suituapui said...

Wah! Going fusion now eh? Those pastas can be quite expensive - would rather use dried egg noodles.

suituapui said...

Wah! Going fusion now eh? Those pastas can be quite expensive - would rather use dried egg noodles.

Cheryl said...

Very interesting and I am sure, tasty!

manglish said...

thank you thank you again for the recipe hahhaah will follow up this wkend, so easy to make one ar the jawa gravy...guess wat i am going to put some ground peanut AHAHAHAHAH no fu chuk here leh duno wana ganti wif wat.....

Mei Teng said...

I love pasta! :) They are quite versatile and goes well with almost any kind of sauce.

mNhL said...

ohh...i can taste the sour sour gravy....how appetizing.

Cleffairy said...

Ahahahahahah! Woiks! You know me very well lah, Pete. I was really laughing away. *snort*

Anyway, I happen to have some pasta...dunno call wad la... looks like angel hair, but abit bigger. Maybe can try this tonite! *gRinZ* A QUICKIE Ahahahahahahahaha! Now, where's that husband of mine???

KennyT said...

wow quickie quickie!

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