I like making things complicated... and a great way to complicate a simple 2 minute noodle will have you drooling for more ;)
This is in a few parts, because I like complication.
The 1st is for NyonyaChef... who leaves very motivating comments =)
Complicated Maggi Mee with Siu Yuk:
Take a couple of strips of pork belly with skin, and marinate rub with salt. Rub the meaty bit with 5 Chinese 5 spice.
Make sure you pierce the skin (for crackling) and also the fat (so that it won't shrink) with a wooden stick (skewer)
Pop it into the toaster oven for around 30 mins (or until the crackling forms)
Slice them up and *slurp*
I served mine with Maggi Mee (flavour of your choice), poached egg and bean sprouts
Complicated Mi Goreng 1:
I've only got 1 picture for this.
I had Mi Goreng (Indo Mie) with sliced snow peas, mushrooms and mince pork... Delish!!
Complicated Mi Goreng With Mince Chicken and Broccoli Stems:
I just had this for lunch... *burp* "'scuse me!"
1/2 a chopped red chili, slice Broccoli stems, mince chicken, an egg and 1 packet of Indo Mie
Whilst you're boiling up water to cook the Indo Mie, heat up some oil in a pan and fry the chili first for about 1 minute, and then adding in the mince chicken
Add in the Broccoli stems when the chicken is cooked, and add in 1 tablespoon of fish sauce and 1 teaspoon of Worcestershire (L&P) sauce
Serve with fried egg (BULLS EYE!)
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