Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Fried Misua (Wheat Vermicelli) Mamak Style Recipe - Spicy



I have always fried misua with dark soya sauce and sesame oil. The kids are getting a little bored with this style of fried misua. I was wondering how it would taste like if I fry them like mamak style. For best result, use thick type of misua just like the ones you normally find in Teluk Intan area. Thin type of Mee Suah would breaks easily and only suitable of soup. Since misua is a little 'sticky', it is advisible to use non-stick pan to fry it.
This is truly a Chinese meets Mamak dish! LOL!

Ingredients
Misua, 2 bunches, blanced in boiling water for short while until soft
Light soya sauce, 1 teaspoon
Eggs, 1 pc
Tomato sauce, 2 tablespoons
Chilly sauce, 2 tablespoons
Oyster sauce, 1 teaspoon
Shallots, 3 pcs, cut into thin slices
Prawns, 5 pcs, shelled (or fishcake)
Vegetable oil, 1 teaspoon
Chilly powder (optiional)

Note  :   Misua is already very salty. Therfore, I did not add salt in this recipe.

Heat up wok and pour in the vegetable oil. Saute shallots until fragrant and golden brown in colour. Add prawns and eggs. Stir fry for a short while. Add in the softened misua, tomato sauce, chilly sauce, light soya sauce, chilly powder and oyster sauce.  Stir fry gently until the misua is cooked. Garnish with lettuce and serve.

19 comments:

timing said...

Eh how come your mee sua so fat? The ones I've seen/eaten all are much thinner.

To me, my mum always give me mee suah when I'm sick. So I got the "feel" that mee suah = only eat when you're sick, ha ha.

suituapui said...

Your mee sua not like ours - not like sua (string or thred) at all.

mNhL said...

Wah...like maggie goreng... hehe...

Jeannie said...

Mamak meesua...sounds like a good treat for once instead of the usual soupy way of cooking, my whole family doesn't like that!

Hayley said...

Yalo yalo, how come your misua looks like yellow noodles one? hehe.
But it certainly looks yummy!

ChloeRuoyi said...

*Drools* I love misua and can never get bored of it. Haven't tried stir-frying it though... like you said, it's very sticky. I usually with cook soupy only... lagi boring haha.

Sheoh Yan said...

Your misua look very very sedap.

Yvonne said...

Never tried any fried misua before. This looks like normal yellow noodle to me.

Firstly, gotta go and find fat misua. Then off to my kitchen to try out the recipe :)

yummylittlecooks said...

I know fried mee sua, but never heard of mamak mee sua..must be very delicious!!

Ayie said...

Never did I try frying misua, I love it though with soup.

Wai Kitt said...

This sound interesting to me. Thanks for the recipe, will try this one coming weekend.

Merryn said...

The recipe is interesting but how come ur pic doesnt look anything like mee sua at all leh?

Sonia (Nasi Lemak Lover) said...

i never stir fry meesua before, must try one day. mamak style sound good too.

Little Kit Boy said...

From the picture it looks more like normal mee goreng instead of mee sua. Maybe is the thick mee sua and not the normal one that I used to see, ok eat.

But it definitely looks delicious to me as I always love mee sua.:)

Pete said...

Hi Everyone, this is thick type of misua which is available in Malacca or Teluk Intan......aka Tua Pui misua...ha ha ha!

Somewhere in Singapore said...

At first i thought it's maggie mee...

reanaclaire said...

pete, your misua looks thick.. when one cook misua, one has to be very gentle.. they are so soft! :)

Bananazஇ said...

Ehh..just had soup mee suah this afternoon not feeling too well slight fever and cough. Oh how I missed the 'arc tooi' [duck leg..hehe] mee suah in Island Glades Pg.

Mei Teng said...

Never had fried mee sua before. I like the mee sua in SS2.

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