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Mee Mamak
loc marker Jalan Bukit Melaka 1/6, Bukit Beruang, Ayer Keroh, 75450
phoyo of the stall
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Mee Goreng is also home to Indonesia and has many variations. ‘Mee’ basically refers to noodles and ‘Goreng’ is stir fry. My all time favourite is the Indian Muslim Mamak Mee Goreng. No others can match up to this one. This is just my personal opinion though. I am a huge fan of noodle dishes and when I am home, not a week goes by without me eating this dish. My favourite hawker is located in the kopitiam (food court/ hawker centre) just behind Ang Mo Kio library. There is only one Indian Muslim stall there and the uncle makes the best mee goreng mamak ever. When my husband and I were dating before marriage, that used to be our frequent dining place. We can visit all the posh restaurants in the world but nothing can beat the feeling of dining in a hawker centre. It is a whole different experience that my husband and I truly cherish.
This recipe that I have is from two of my maternal aunties. I proclaim them both as the mee goreng experts. I hope you will enjoy making it. It is a bit tedious. However, the effort surely pays off at the end. I have to admit it took me countless trials before I got the right balance in taste and texture. The first time I made it, my noodles were completely undercooked and my sambal just did not have that ‘ah ha’ impact. I was so used to the noodles in Singapore and not to the ones here so was not sure where I went wrong. Thankfully, my aunt decided to visit me and so she showed me the right ingredients to buy and made me watch her with hawk eyes while she cooked it.
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Jalan Bukit Melaka 1/6, Bukit Beruang, Ayer Keroh, 75450
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