01 December 2012
Category: Blog
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Authentic Singaporean Hokkien Mee Noodles in just 20 minutes

Widely available in every food stalls of Singapore, Hokkien Mee is of course one of my favorite dishes as well. It’s impossible to resist a wonderful dish like this, but having it regularly from the stalls might not prove healthy.

But how does that matter, when you can cook a healthier version of Hokkien Mee just at your own place.


  • Thick rice vermicelli 100g
  • Yellow noodles 80g
  • Prawns 4-5
  • Pork belly 1 stop
  • Bean sprouts, handful
  • Chinese Chive, a little
  • Egg 1
  • Fish sauce 1 ½ tablespoon
  • Chicken stock 250ml


  • Blanch pork belly, prawn and squid in stock until cooked.
  • Remove the squid and cut them into rings, remove the shells of the prawns and lastly cut the pork belly into small cubes.
  • Now, keep them aside.
  • In a wok, heat oil of almost 1 tablespoon and stir-fry garlic until fragmented.
  • Now keep them in one side of the wok.
  • add the egg and scramble it.
  • Also add 1 tablespoon of fish sauce and fry them in medium flame.
  • Cover and cook it for almost 3 min now add the blanched pork belly, prawns and squid rings.
  • Also add Chinese chive and sprouts.
  • Continue cooking till the sauce becomes thick.
  • You can also add the remaining fish sauce, but that depends upon your taste.
  • Fry it well and serve hot with Sambal chili and Calamansi.

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