09 September 2014

INDOMIE

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It would be a crime to have Indonesian recipe blog and not include this specific dish! It's beloved nationwide! 

When I was younger, I had kind of a love/hate relationship with Indomie. Sometimes when I eat them, my tonsils would get inflamed and I would have sore throat for at least a week. I think the packaged seasoning has some ingredients that does not go well with my throat.. Nevertheless, I love them! And it does not happen anymore, so ... 
Sometimes, I would even just eat the seasoning without the noodles. When my Mam makes rice porridge, I ask her if I could use the seasoning from Indomie and sprinkle them on my porridge :)

This is my fancy way of making Indomie. Add a little bit of this and that and of course you also eat them with rice :) Usually if I have them around, I also add some pakchoi (chinese cabbage) for some extra vegetable. My Mam always says, "If you want to eat Indomie, you also have to eat vegetables with it!"



Indomie with Eggs and Prawns Recipe | Resep Indomie Pake Telor & Udang
Tools
  • 1 saucepan
Preparation
  • Put your noodles in a big bowl and add in hot water, let sit for 2 minute and stir a little to remove some of residues from the noodle. Strain the water and set aside.
Ingredients
  • Indomie
  • 250 ml of water, boiled
  • 1 egg, separated
  • a few pieces for prawns 
  • Tomato, shallot and green onions to garnish

Method
  • We want to cook the eggs first so, when the water is boiled slowly pour the egg whites to make small strands. Next, add in the prawns and egg yolk, cook for 5 minutes, remove the yolk and prawns from the pan and set aside in a bowl.
  • Add in the prepared noodles and the packaged seasoning, let the water boil and stir the noodles. Do this for 1 - 2 minutes until the noodles are soft.
  • If you want more soup on your noodle, add in about 25 ml (3 - 4 tablespoon) of boiled water
  • Serve with the garnish and of course, a little bit of rice!


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