Monday, August 3, 2009

Prawn Noodles In Clear Soup



People usually have some ad-hoc task to do while working, but I have a sudden crave for something during working hours. Like last Wednesday afternoon, I was dying for prawn noodles. So, I immediately "IM" hubby to go to the seaside nearby to buy some medium sized fresh prawns directly from fisherman. I'm fortunate enough to have a work from home hubby to carry out the special orders for me. :) Not too bad right? Eventually I'm the one who prepare delicious meal for him. Ok, let's back to prawn noodles recipe. This is a simple and yet satisfying meal. We just spend less than RM8 to savor 2 bowls of prawn noodles with 12 medium prawns each.


Prawns Noodle in Clear Soup
serves 2


Ingredients:


2 pcs of organic wheat noodles
250gm medium size prawns (I have 24 prawns in total)
4 cloves of garlic, chopped
some choy sum flower
3 tbsp of sun flower oil
water

Seasoning:

1 tbsp of oyster sauce
2 tbsp of light soy sauce
salt to taste (optional)

Method:

1. Peel off the shells from prawn, except the head and tail. Cut off the 2 antenna from each prawns. Get all the prawns de-veined and washed.

2. To prepare the noodle, just add the organic noodle (x2 pcs) to salted boiling water and cook for about 5 minutes until soft. Then, rinse in fresh water and pour onto bowls.

3. Heat some oil in a wok. Saute garlic till fragrant. Stir in the prawns and saute till the prawns are half cooked. Add the seasoning and continue to stir fry for a while.

4. Add 2 x 3/4 bowl of water. The bowl size is the one that you will use it to serve prawn noodles afterwards.

5. Leave the soup to boil. Add a pinch of salt to taste.

6. Add in choy sum. Pour the soup over the noodles.

7. Serve hot with bird's eye chili.

This dish is submitted to Presto Pasta Night that hosted by Ruth.

22 comments:

SimpleGirl said...

usually, mum will use ikan bilis as soup base for home-cooked clear soup....i shall ask her to add prawns next time! yours look nice indeed!

FoOd PaRaDiSe said...

Prawn are my favourites food since small. If added prawn will make the soup even taste nicer. ^-^

Dora said...

Looks good, esp with wheat noodles!

New Kid on the Blog said...

sudden crave?? hmmmm.... are you hinting any good news, pal?

worldwindows said...

I like the soup from the prawns. If chicken was used it will be extra tasty!

Big Boys Oven said...

wow this is awesome, the soups and the prawns look so inviting!

Tummythoz said...

Often I'll throw in the prawn shells when boiling the soup for a more prawny taste.

tigerfish said...

Something ad-hoc can be fresh from the seaside...wow!

Little Inbox said...

SimpleGirl, ikan bilis is a good ingredients. So far, I have yet to try using it for the soup base.

Food Paradise, me too. I'm a prawn lover.

Dora, healthier, right?

New kid, I always have this kind of sudden crave. Hehe...bI wish it's a good news too. :)

Little Inbox said...

worldwindow, no time to prepare chicken stock. At that moment, I was like rushing to take a bowl of home cooked prawn noodles.

BBO, thank you!

Tummythoz, I see. Like the way of preparing Penang Hokkien mee, right?

Tigerfish, not bad, right?

noobcook said...

wow fresh prawns from fisherman! you whip up something so delicious even though its ad-hoc! :)

Duckie said...

i love the recipes you post up .. i myself is in the process of experimenting with cooking.

Elin said...

This is so delicious...simple yet tasty. Homecooked noodles can taste just as good :) Well done!

daphne said...

Clear soup is such a good way to enjoy noodles I think! Esp with PRAWNS!.. and did I see hot bird eye chilli. This will be comfort food for me.

foodbin said...

does it taste like prawn mee?

buzzingbee said...

*thumbs-up* looks very inviting :)

Ruth said...

I'm eagerly awaiting a day cold enough to make this. Thanks for sharing your gorgeous soup with Presto Pasta Nights.

Food For Tots said...

Your hubby must be very lucky to have you as his wife. Save him a lot of money with all the yummilicious homecooked food!

Little Inbox said...

Noobcook, fresh ingredients make a better dish, hehe...

Duckie, yes, welcome to cooking "club". I saw some of your dishes. Ganbatte!

Elin, thank you!

Daphne, bird's eye chili add the omphh!! :)

Little Inbox said...

foodbin, err...what type of prawn noodles? My version will be similar to those sell at the fish head bee hoon stalls.

buzzingbee, thanks. :)

Ruth, no problem. It's my pleasure.

Food for Tots, yalor, lucky him! LOL!

Steven Goh said...

sound like hokkien mee but some more is clear soup, this is the first time I see.

Little Inbox said...

Steven, just a simple dish, similar to those bee hoon soup with prawns selling at hawker stalls.

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