Friday, June 22, 2007

Curry Mee

My parents were here last two days. My father loves curry mee, especially home-cooked (by his only daughter- me of course :)).

I found the recipe in a magazine (Jelita- if I'm not mistaken), dated back in the 80's. My mum subscribed to a few women magazine, and she kept lots of cut-out recipes from those magazine. We've been making curry mee using this recipe since I was still in primary school.
Here's the recipe:


CURRY MEE

1kg yellow noodles (mee kuning) - blanch in hot water

1 kg shellfish (kerang-rebus ambil isi)
1/2 kg prawns (medium- shelled)
10-12 fish balls (cut in halves)
2 pieces fish cakes (sliced thinly)

3 garlic cloves
5 onions
1 inch ginger
1 inch galangal
-blend/pound (A)

3 tbsp chilli paste (cili boh)

4-5tbsp curry powder (preferably meat curry powder)-mix with some water to make a paste
2 lemongrass (smash with the back of knife)
1 cup thick coconut milk
3 cups water
2 tamarind slices (asam keping)
salt

#
-Heat 3 tbsp cooking oil in a pot.
-Saute the blended ingredients (A) until fragrance.
-Add in chilli n curry powder. Stir a minute.
-Add coconut milk, and water.
-Let boil.
-Add in shellfish, prawns, fish balls and fish cake.
-Season with salt.

Garnishing:

Bean sprouts
Sawi(cut into !inches)
- blanch in hot water

Boiled eggs
Puff tofu
Fried tofu
Sliced red chillies
Fried onions
Lime

5 comments:

HLiza said...

This is one of my 'specialty' too..my family loves it when I serve it to them..the recipe is exactly like yours. One more of my 'specialty' is soto..hehe..anak org Jawalah katakan!

CiK BaWaNg said...

teringt mee kari mak cik bawang...sob sob

13may said...

perghhhh!!!

drNO said...

Hliza- I have to get the original 'soto' recipe from u. betul ni...

cik bawang- jgn la sedih, nti kita pun sedih gak... :( meh sini meh,, kita mkn mee kari sama2.

13may- mai la join :)

Anonymous said...

Bila nak masak mee ni kat aku?

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Enemy down under