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Monday, 23 November 2020

Home Cooked Hokkien Prawn Noodle

I had some frozen prawns in the freezer and ready made Hokkien prawn noodle paste packages bought from Penang.

I bought the ready made Hokkien prawn noodle paste on our previous visit to Penang before we came under CMCO again.
I used the packet frozen scallops (gifted from my neighbour) and some frozen prawns. Cooked the scallops and prawns in the Hokkien prawn soup and shelled the prawns.
I didn't want to go out just to buy some kangkong or water convolvulus. So instead of kangkong, I blanched some Chinese chives that I harvested from my garden. 
I cooked 2 bricks of dried non-fried noodle in boiling water.
Every item prepared and ready for dinner.
Placed the ingredients on top of the noodles and scooped the soup into the bowl.
Now you can see the noodle hidden under the ingredients. We had enough soup for 4 bowls, so we kept the remaining soup for the next meal.

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42 comments:

  1. It really looks yummy! I hear Covid has gotten bad there. It is here, too.

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    1. Thank you, Ginny. Yes, it is getting bad and the numbers are increasing.

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  2. They look droolworthy! Love scallops.

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  3. Rather partial to prawns and the meal you prepared looks lovely.

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    1. This is enough to fix my craving for Penang Hokkien mee.

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  5. Looks interesting. What kind of noodle do you use? Mind sharing the recipe for the soup?

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    1. I used non-fried dried Cintan noodle. No recipe to share because I used ready made paste bought from Penang. Just add water to the paste, boil it and prepared all the other ingredients such as prawns and etc.

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  6. Anything with prawns has to be good, yum yum. Stay safe, Diane

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    1. We love seafood. Hope you will stay safe too.

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  7. Soup looks really amazing! Something different :)

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  8. I never heard about this kind of noodle...must be delicious...yummy.
    Have a wonderful day

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  9. That is nice to have leftovers...

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  10. Prawns & scallops, lovely Nancy. I wish I having dinner with you. Have a great Monday.

    Cruisin Paul

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    1. You are most welcome, Paul. Have a great day.

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  11. So delicious with all the scallops and prawns! Chives made it look like Kai see got fun but should be suitable for hokkien prawn Mee too. So yummy! Guess you both drank the tasty broth till the last drop after eating all the Mee and seafood and chives, right?

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    1. Thank you, Mun. We drank most of the broth but not to the last drop. Lol!

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  12. I love seafood. I love noodles. Yummy.

    Have a fabulous day and week, Nancy. ♥

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  13. Fantastic post! 

    Kisses :)  

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  14. Looks delicious and so tasty. A great meal.

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  15. It is so convenient to use prepared pastes to cook. I am sure chives taste good in the prawn mee.

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    1. Thank you, PH. Chives taste just as good with prawn mee.

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  16. Looks so good! I am waiting for the prawns to swim over... then I make.. hahaha..

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    1. Rainy season. Looks like the prawns went into hiding. Lol!

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  17. Interesante como siempre tus comidas. Besos.

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  18. That is a lot of chives! Mmm overall looks good.

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  19. Wow homecooked hokkien mee, looks yummy!

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    1. Very easy to cook with ready made paste. Taste good too.

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