Recipe

KL Hokkien Mee😋 Is A Very Popular And Delicious Stir-frie

Thumbnail | Link



KL Hokkien mee😋 is a very popular and delicious stir-fried noodle dish in Malaysia. It’s an inexpensive but satisfying meal that you can find at many Chinese eateries around KL. One of the key ingredients of a lip-smacking😋 Hokkien Mee is a good dark soy sauce and I found that Lee Kum Kee Premium Dark Soy Sauce @lkkusa is the perfect match to create the flavor that I am familiar with. I used this dark soy sauce to braise the noodles to create a harmonious flavor with the sweet crunchy cabbage for an umami plant-rich meal
Recipe (yields 3 servings)⁣
Ingredients:⁣⁣
3 servings frozen udon (thawed to room temp) or fresh yellow noodles⁣
7oz firm tofu (pressed)⁣, sliced⁣
4oz Konnyaku slices (optional)⁣
3oz sliced mushrooms (used King Oyster)⁣
2 cups chopped cabbage⁣⁣
2 cups chopped YuChoy⁣
2 tablespoons finely chopped garlic⁣⁣
oil for cooking⁣
Sauce: ⁣
3 tablespoons @lkkusa Premium Dark Soy Sauce ⁣
2 cups of water ⁣
2 cups of veggie stock ⁣

1. In a heated non-stick pan with 3 teaspoons oil, pan-fry tofu slices until golden brown, then continue to sauté mushrooms for about 1 minute. Set aside. ⁣
2. Using the same pan, add another tablespoon of oil and sauté garlic until aromatic.⁣
3. Add in the water, veggie stock, @lkkusa Premium Dark Soy Sauce, and bring the mixture to a boil.⁣
4. Place in the noodles and rest of the ingredients (except vegetables), then place a lid over and lower heat to simmer until the sauce is reduced to half.⁣
5. Remove the lid and add in the vegetables, then toss to combine. Let the veggies cook for another minute until tender. Season accordingly.⁣
6. Turn off the heat and serve warm with a side of sambal or chili sauce.⁣
Note: Sauce will thicken slightly once it’s cooled down & adjust stock or water accordingly if using different types of noodles. ⁣
.⁣⁣
.⁣⁣
.⁣⁣
.⁣⁣
Credit @woon.heng
.⁣⁣
#leekumkee #soysauce #lkksharelife #lkkusa