Penang Hokkien Mee (Prawn noodle)

Continuing with the food theme, my wife decided to cook Penang Hokkien Mee to go with the remaining prawns we had from Chinese New Year. We were given a pack of the ready-made sauce for this dish.

Nowadays, it is fairly easy to buy ready-made sauces for traditional favourite dishes from the Far East. Hence living in England does not preclude us from enjoying some of our favourite dishes. As usual, my wife did all the cooking as she knows how to cook such dishes. Anyway, here are the photos of the Hokkien Mee.

Penang Hokkien Mee ready-made sauce
Penang Hokkien Mee ready-made sauce
Hokkien Mee soup
Hokkien Mee soup
Shredded corn-fed chicken
Shredded corn-fed chicken
King prawns
King prawns

Once the various ingredients above are added to the noodles, and the soup poured over this, it is ready to be served.

Hokken Mee ready to eat
Hokken Mee ready to eat

My wife did buy squid to cook for Chinese New Year, but she realised that she already had ten dishes. Hence this dish was deferred until she cooked the Hokkien Mee.

Deep fried squid
Deep fried squid
Deep fried squid with garlic and spring onion garnish
Deep fried squid with garlic and spring onion garnish

Suffice it to say, the food tastes as good as it looks. Aren’t I blessed?

Boon