You know it’s time to try your hands at a new dish when you are constantly gnawed at the mere thought of meal-time. To put those taste buds back into gear, we suggest you try an exciting Malayasian dish, Kuala Lumpur Style Hokkien Mee. Fret not, you don’t have to make a trip to Malaysia to source any ingredients for this. All you have to do is make a short trip to your neighborhood grocery store, or place an order online, if you please, and follow these three simple steps.
First and Foremost
Gather all the ingredients you’ll need for this. You will require 6 tbsp oil, 1 packet of udon noodles, 8 minced garlic pods, 2 tbsp soy sauce, 1 tsp sugar, 1 tsp salt, 1 ½ cup of water, ½ tsp of white pepper, 6 oz chicken, 6 oz of shelled shrimp, a bunch of finely cut cabbage, and you are good to go.
Begin by preparing a paste of sugar, salt, and soy sauce with water. In a frying pan, heat some oil and roast the garlic pods till it turns brown. Now add the chicken. After a minute, add the fishball and shrimp to the chicken. Mix it well for a minute or so.
The Fine Details
Now, add that salt-sugar-soy sauce mix and finely chopped cabbage. Let it boil for a minute. Cover the pan till the vegetables turn a verdant shade of green. Now, add the udon noodles to the wok and smear them with the sauce till they manage to cover the noodles uniformly. Once the noodles changes color, add white pepper according to your taste. Garnish it with chili slices to add a dash of spice to your mean. Or, you can just eat it right away. In any case, enjoy this Kuala Lumpur specialty. Bon appetite!