If there is without a doubt, of course there is, I know what I am not doubting, if there's already Penang Curry Mee
in this previous space of mine, why can't there be a curry noodle dish showcasing lamb (Lamb Pho/Vietnamese Noodle Soup
) as the main highlight? Why not? What must it mostly must be a familiarity (Home Made Curry Mee
& Vegetarian Curry Mee
)? Regardless, I really can't decide nor should I speak on your behalf, but obviously, I have already accomplished within the context of a Malaysian Lamb Curry Noodles (Penang Assam Laksa
& Bee Hoon Soup
). Malaysian? Malaysian meaning from my Malaysian kitchen (Malaysian Fried Rice
& Malaysian Fried Mee
). Yep, you are right. If it is not always Malaysian, at least every once too often (Malaysian Lamb Stew
) Malaysian food for this Malaysian foodie. Lamb of course (Lamb Fried Rice
& Lamb Burgers
), in fact even mutton (Sup Kambing
, Mutton Keema
& Mutton Varuval
), is forever a favorite amongst Indians right? You bet and I bet. So, how should the cooking story go-to for this my nava-k's version Malaysian Lamb Curry Noodles? Minced lamb fried to crispiness separately and once we have made the spicy creamy curry and after assembling the whole composite to Malaysian Lamb Curry Noodles, crispy lamb and soft boiled egg atop. Bye cooking enthusiasts. See you in my next cooking chapter.
For the lamb
300g minced lamb
1/2 tbsp ginger paste
Salt to taste
For the curry
1 large onion
1/2 inch ginger
6 dried red chillies (or as needed)
3 (about 300g) potatoes - remove skin and cut into medium size pieces
1 1/2 cups carton milk or thin coconut milk
1 cup thick coconut milk
1 cup water
3 sprigs curry leaves
Mee hoon noodles (as needed) - blanched in hot water to soften and rinsed in cold water
Soft boiled eggs (as needed) - remove shells and cut into two
4 tbsp oil
Salt for taste
Combine and mix all ingredients for the lamb.
Heat oil and fry lamb while breaking into smaller pieces.
Stir and fry till crunchy and crispy.
Remove and keep aside.
In the same oil, fry blended/grounded ingredients till aromatic and oil splits.
Add potatoes, curry leaves and 1 cup of water.
Once potatoes are cooked, pour in the carton milk and coconut milk.
Season with salt.
Let it simmer.
Once curry is heated through, pour over noodles assembled in a bowl.
Atop with fried lamb and add egg(s).
Nice and lemakkk =).. I wonder if I'll be a better cook just by reading your recipe.. heheh..ReplyDelete
Seeing the chunks of eggs and the sprinkling of lamb in this curry sure does make my mouth water! You are definitely welcome in my kitchen any day. Another post of delicious Malaysian cuisine-yum!ReplyDelete
This curry sounds wonderful! I'd have to skip the lamb, but with so many other bold flavors, I'm sure I wouldn't miss the meat!ReplyDelete
great idea to separate lamb with curry noodles,that way a vegetarian still can have this wonderful me- hoon lamb curry,Yummy :)ReplyDelete
Well u just make my tummy grrr grrrr...ReplyDelete
Curry lamb noodles.. Hmmmm....never tried with dis combination....
Ur hard boil eggy was perfectly cook... Nice..
Yummy....as usual you will never failed to make my mouth watering with your new recipes...ReplyDelete
Ooh delicious!I love your curry creations with all that coconut milk and curry leaves.So yumm..ReplyDelete
Thanks all you great people with all the great comments.ReplyDelete
Yummy soup...Never tried this kind of mutton and eggs...Luv the clickReplyDelete
Looks delicious! It's good to have some lamb during winter.ReplyDelete
yummy.. once, i used spaghetti for mee kari..haha..turn out fine too..ReplyDelete
That looks so good--and I think I prefer the noodles with it rather than the rice.ReplyDelete
Wow!! That looks so delicious -- bet my husband would love this recipe :)ReplyDelete
Hi Nava, this sure looks delicious. But regret lamb is not on my food list, duck too.ReplyDelete
You have fun, and have a happy Valentine day.
Keep a song in your heart.
What a totally appetizing curry noodle dish that is, Nava! Love how delicious it looks with those slices of eggs and minced lamb!ReplyDelete
Normally i ll cook curry chicken to go with rice. Normally will have curry noodle outside...Urs simply looks deliciousReplyDelete
Oh, Nava! This looks amazing! I am not a huge fan of lamb, but would be more than willing to try it in this dish. It's the eggs that put this over the top! There's something about them that make a dish so decadent and delicious! YUMMY!ReplyDelete
tempting! should try! =DReplyDelete
Wow the curry sounds flavour! Curry noodle is my kind of comfort food. I need to try this soon :)ReplyDelete
argh..you are killing me...am having cough and a sore throat now. Have to refrain from spicy stuffs at the moment...sobsReplyDelete
it seems nice but i dun like curry mee :XReplyDelete
This looks fantastic, and the egg slices especially make this enticing. Great color, I think this will be very successful with my family!ReplyDelete
Quite beautiful with the minced lamb! So creamy and wonderful~ReplyDelete
Wow looks really good ........ReplyDelete
wow it make me hungry and it look good <3ReplyDelete
It looks delish :) Too bad every time I were to cook something it'll end up down the drain LOL.ReplyDelete