Monday, February 20, 2012

Noodles In Thai Sauce


 
I sincerely hope I am not getting to your nerves with another noodle dish (Fried Kuey Teow). I can't help it, so sorry followers of "cook with nava-k". Its the pressure of coping with life. Other half-half has his set of business pressure, and I, my set of work and ensuring our happiness is not rocked-up in the quest of balancing our life by avoiding arguing with each other on whose priority is crucial. And in such instances, I doubt we should waste our time by heading to the hawker stalls (Fried Mee. Laksam Noodles & Hokkien Mee) I bet we won't be having a peaceful meal because, assumingly we can't decide which coffee shop it should be, tell me also about traffic jam even within our area.


Henceforth, I thought I might as well put-up a noodle dish (Mee Rebus Vegetarian & Mutton Mee Hoon Soup) with whatever ingredients I smartly stock up always. For this Noodles In Thai Sauce (Seafood Tom Yam Soup), while ramifying my fridge, ideas popped up, I guess sometimes stress does speed up our hunger thinking capacity. And so, my story stops here. This noodles in Thai Sauce packs a punch. Noodles (Vegetarian Noodle Soup) with seafood, cabbage and eggs in a sauce made with chilli sauce, tomato sauce, fish sauce and soy sauce, paired with store bought pickled green chillies. Take care everyone, don't let the stress bug ruin your hunger throne. 

Ingredients
2 rolls of yee mee noodles or any other type of noodles - blanch to soften.
10 prawns - de-vein and leave the tail on
1 (about 30g) squid - slice into rings
1 cup cabbage - shredded
6 garlic - chopped
Spring onion for garnishing  - shredded
Pickled green chillies (as needed or optional)
2 eggs - fried/scrambled
3 tbsp of oil
Brown sugar and salt for taste

Sauces
1 1/2 tbsp Thai chilli sauce
1 tbsp tomato sauce
1 tsp fish sauce
1/2 tbsp soy sauce
1/4 cup water

Method:
When oil is heated, fry garlic, prawns and squid.
Once prawns and squids are cooked. add all the sauces, salt, sugar and pour in water.
Simmer to heat through.
Place noodles on a serving plate with cabbage and fried egg.
Pour sauce over and garnish with spring onion and pickled green chillies.
Serve immediately.
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26 comments:

  1. Glad to see that the comment issue is resolved. Your noodle dish does look delicious-great for lunch or dinner. Also, I think I would like to have one hour in your pantry-I am sure you do have an amazing array of sauces in there! Happy Monday.

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  2. it looks very spicy n it looks very delicious..

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  3. What no to love about asian noodles with Thai sauce,and the fish sauce adding great flavored to it,i use it so often in my cooking,looks delicious :)
    Ridwan

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  4. I am drooling. I love noodles and this dish looks fantastic!!!

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  5. I am very choozy when it comes too mee but this one seems good

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  6. Another delicious creation, Nava! Love all the photos...they show how mouthwatering your noodles in Thai sauce is!

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  7. Wow, so tempting with the pickled green chillies..yum...

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  8. Thanks everyone for all the generous comments and appreciate each one of it.

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  9. All those green chilies make my mouth water - this must be very flavorful.

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  10. Looks yummy, I like sour and spicy dish.

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  11. What a flavoursome dish my friend :D
    Looks simply divine so full of vegetables - I almost feel like I am in Thailand ;)

    Cheers
    Choc Chip Uru

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  12. trekking your yummy blog!!! i tasted thai foods. kinda spicy and whooaaahh! delicious! burp!

    cheers!
    ..TREK..

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  13. Pickled green chillies and noodles, always go hand in hand! I love this dish, amazing how so many fantastic dishes are "just" put together! I'll have to bookmark this next time I want a quick and yummy dish that hits the spot!

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  14. Another beautiful creation.... I'm feeling hungry now...

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  15. Hey gal, how r u? Sorry, haven't been really active recently. Getting very lazy. Hahaha! It's really nice to be greeted by another of your recipe :) Keep up the good work, dear!

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  16. Oh, Nava....this looks delicious and your photos are simply stunning!

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  17. This looks really comforting and it can become really addictive to me :)

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  18. I'm not a seafood fan but this dish looks amazing. Maybe I could substitute chicken. The pictures are excellent by the way.

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  19. Yes, I like cabbage in my noodles but not other green leaves. this looks yummy with four different sauces and even pickled green chillies.

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  20. Oh, I love Thai sauces! I could easily eat these noodles for lunch or dinner (or even breakfast!!!). YUM.

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  21. This sounds great, all those chillies would warm you right up!

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  22. That looks so delish -- perfect for chilly weather that is looming here in Florida :)

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  23. This is heavenly...always enjoy thai chili sauce although I have to get ready with a box of tissues, but the satisfaction is always there.

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  24. Noodles + Spicy + Squid, that would be my type of noodle dish

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  25. I could eat this at any point in the day! Looks delish!

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