Mie Goreng - Indonesian Fried Noodles




It's the Chinese New Year week!
Gong Xi Fa Choi
May the Year of Rooster bring us all health, good fortune and prosperity!

I instantly want to cook yummy food, which, although it was originally coming from China, but somehow became very popular back home in Indonesia. If I'm not mistaken, noodles menu will always be present during the important events because it brings you good luck. From the Chinese emperor's table to one of the most famous staples in the world, noodles certainly have been enjoyed by so many.
Well for sure, it's yummy!

This time, I have mie goreng or fried noodles. Indonesian Fried Noodles.

Noodles have been extremely popular for its delicious taste and various version of garnish and toppings. Well, perhaps not toppings, but more like the mixtures. You can add seafood, chicken, beef, sausage, meatballs, eggs, or even pork, if you can and/or like to eat it. 

For us, the best choices are seafood, vegetables and eggs. If you are observing food combining, then noodles go perfectly hand in hand with vegetables, like mushrooms, green beans, carrots, cabbage, broccoli, cauliflowers, beansprout, green onion, bok choy and sooo many more.

As it is very popular in Indonesia, we have so many street food vendors and restaurant selling those varieties of noodles. Not only, fried noodles or mie goreng, but also mie pangsit, mie ayam jamur, mie godog, mie aceh, mie rebus, mie bakso and more. 
We fry, sauté, steam, put it in soup, mix it and bake it. 
I have shared the recipe for mie ayam jamur, another favorite dish at home. 

Not to mention the instant noodles!
You will be surprised to see tons of varieties of flavors offered instantly for you. 
But I try to reduce using it because of the amount of MSG contained in it :(.

So, ready to cook some Indonesian fried noodles?
Let's start!




INGREDIENTS:


3-4 bundles of dried noodles - There are so many choices that you can easily find in oriental store. Try to look for the egg noodles one, usually it's thin and yellow, comes in pack of 6. You can also use the fresh noodles, if you want.
1 piece Onion - thinly sliced
3 pieces Garlic - crushed

Portobello Mushroom - sliced in cubes. Or you can also use the dried mushrooms and sliced 

Bok choy - cut as desired
Carrots - cut as desired
Bean sprouts 
Spring onion - thinly sliced
2-3 Eggs - scrambled

Salt and pepper - as needed
Sesame oil - if desired
Sweet soy sauce - two spoonful or as desired
Fish sauce - if desired
Vegetable oil - one spoonful or as desired
Fried onion for garnish.


HOW TO COOK:

First, we get the noodles ready. 
Boil water in a pan and once boiling, cook the dried noodle for approximately 3 -5 minutes until they soften. Add a bit of fish sauce and sesame oil for extra favour and aroma. Set aside. 

Prepare a pan, put one spoonful of oil, then cook onion and garlic for around 3 minutes until golden and fragrant. Then put the eggs, cook and scramble it for a while,  then add the noodles. Add salt, pepper, sesame oil, and sweet soy sauce. Mix it well. Finally, add portobello mushroom, carrots, bok choy, bean sprouts and green onions. Cook it all together for another 2- 3 minutes. And in no time, your fried noodles is ready.

Sprinkle it with fried onion on top  and you can eat it just like that or with a little kick of sambal or chili sauce, or even fresh, cut chili.


Hope you like it. 
Bon appetite and enjoy!



20 comments:

  1. ...and a Happy New Year to you.

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  2. Heisann!
    Noodles are popular in Norway as well, a lot of asian food are well known her for the last 20 years. It tastes good, looks good, easy to make ... traditionally Norwegian meals offer a great deal of preparing. So busy people have no time to make what we call grandmother´s cooking! Have a nice week ;:OD)

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  3. Aku nggak hanya naksir mie-nya, mba Indah. Tapi naksir piringnya cakep banget :)

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  4. sayurannya lengkap banget mba hehe... saya biasanya kalo bikin mie goreng, palingan sawi sama kol aja :)

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  5. motif piringnya bagus mbak. gagal fokus :)

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  6. motif piringnya bagus mbak. gagal fokus :) (2)

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  7. These look so good! I bet my boys would totally like them too.

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  8. Sumpah aku laper mbak :(

    Salam,
    Oca

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  9. jadi laper..... enak banget kayaknya

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  10. kalau aku gak tau kenapa dari dulu suka sama mie goreng dan nasi goreng. dah kayak makanan favorit. Apalagi liat gambar di atas. bikin ngiler mbak...

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  11. besok langsung pengen coba buat sendiri ah..... thanks infonya mbak

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  12. Malam-malam baca postingan ini jadi laper dan pengen bikin mie goreng ala mak Indah

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  13. I haven't had those kind of noodles in awhile. It looks so good!

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  14. I can eat two bowls of those yummy mie

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  15. Looks really delish! Fried noodles are one of my favorite foods.

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  16. Mie goreng kesukaan anak-anakku.
    Aku suka juga, apalagi dibanyakin bawang gorengnya, tambah acar dan cabe rawit. Nyam nyam sedaaaap.

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  17. mie goreng emang juara ya, mak.. hampir di setiap negara pasti ada mie goreng tapi ya rasanya beda2.. hehehe

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