Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Homemade Pan Mee

2 April 2011 @ JooLi's Place

Pan Mee (扳面) is a Hakka-style noodle, originating from Malaysia. Its Chinese name literally translates to flat flour noodle. (Wikipedia, 2011)

Pan Mee is one of my favourite type of noodles and my mom used to make her own for lunch every now and then. The adventurous side of me tickled me to try to make it all by myself. So I pulled JooLi along to be my co-chef.

Ingredients for the noodles (4 servings):
- 500g flour
- 1 egg
- 1 tablespoon oil
- water


Knead the flour, egg and oil together and add water occasionally to make them stick together. Knead, knead, knead until your flour rolls into one big smooth lump. Be careful not to add too much water though.


Besides the noodles, we also did:
- Soup (boiled with ikan bilis, vege & meatballs)
- Meat sauce (stir fried minced pork & sliced mushrooms)
- Fried ikan bilis
- Half-cooked eggs
- Chili flakes (bought from Chili Pan Mee shop)
- Spring onions & fried shallots for garnishing

The rest is pretty simple. Flatten the noodles. Tear/cut them into pieces and boil them. Then drain the water and add the other ingredients in as you like and... Wua-Lah!

Soup-based Pan Mee

Chili Pan Mee

Star-shaped Chili Pan Mee

My experimental recipe was a success! And I love it! Yummiez! Billy, out.

5 comments:

Julez said...

YOUR experiment??? Tsk tsk...OUCH

Fiona said...

Loooks yummaayyyh!!!!! I'll just wait for Wai to make it now xD

CH said...

I tak tau make = = Tak da adventurous side XDDDD

Fiona said...

ADALOR. U made Coke Chicken xD

Xjion89 said...

wow, so hebat^^
how r u?

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