=Penang= Homecook Penang Hokkien Prawn Noodles in just 10 Minutes

Penang Lang, now you can homecook a bowl of Hokkien Mee in just 10 minutes! Which mean even you are far far away from Penang, you can cook yourself a bowl of an authentic prawn noodles and taste as good as your hometown one.


Thanks to the creation of soup paste, we are now able to cook the Penang Hokkien Prawn noodles as easy as instant noodles, and as tasty as the Penang Hawker's creation. Gibson came across this paste from Facebook and decided to give a try. Then turns out as good as you can get.

Theoretically, you can just dump all the ingredients and soup paste into the boiling water like how we cook the instant noodles, but Gibson likes to cook this in a proper way, so he started with cooking all the main ingredients in the boiling water.

Then start another pot with boiling water and add in the soup paste, the ideal ratio according to the label is 1 spoon for a bowl of water.

The paste will quickly dissolve in the boiling water.

Then add in the prawns, pork and fish balls, and you can add in any fresh ingredients as you wish, but Gibson prefers the conventional one.

Finally, just pour the soup into a bowl of ingredients that you prepared earlier, and we are ready for a nice bowl of the Penang Flavours.

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All the photographs are taken with Huawei P20 Pro.

March 10, 2019



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