Sunday, July 11, 2010

Vegetarian Mee (Noodles) Mamak Spaghetti Recipe

I used spaghetti to replace the normal yellow noodles. Actually spaghetti would be a better choice compare to the yellow egg noodles. Mee Mamak is very popular in Indian Muslim restaurant in Malaysia. I have used egg in the recipe below but you can opt out from using it if you don’t take eggs. You can use some deep fried tau kee to garnish the Mamak Mee and also to give it an extra crispy texture.

Spaghetti, 1 bowl, (boiled and cooked)
Tomato sauce, 2 table spoons
Chilly sauce, 2 table spoons
Shallots, 3 pips, cut into slices
Egg, 1 pc
Tomato, 1 pc, cut into slices
Salt to taste
Light Soya Sauce, 1 table spoon
Dark Soya Sauce, ½ teaspoon
Bean sprout (taugeh, optional), ½ cup

Heat up wok, add a little vegetable oil and sauté shallots until golden brown and crispy. Add in the spaghetti and stir fry for a short while. Put in the chilly sauce, tomato sauce, salt to taste, light soya sauce and dark soya sauce. Crack the egg and add in to the mee. Fry thoroughly under high heat. Put in the beans sprout. Fry for a short while. Garnish with cucumber slices and serve.

1 comment:

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Looks like Asian noodles but I think it's gonna be a hit. I love spaghetti since I was a child. My mom always cooks me, my brothers and my sister whenever it's our birthday or other special occasions that needs celebrating. Thanks for sharing this recipe. Now I can cook for my mom.