Category Archives: Noodles

Korean Jajangmyeon (자짱면)

Jajangmyeon (or Jajangmyun) originated from the Chinese (Beijing) version of Zhajiangmian (炸酱面), which means ‘noodles with fried sauce’. The key difference between the two versions is the type of bean paste used to cook the sauce: the Chinese uses fermented … Read more

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Economical Fried Bee Hoon & Noodles

This dish serves as a delightful breakfast for the locals here in Singapore. Food stalls selling it can be found everywhere in Singapore’s hawker centers and markets. Often, they offer 2 types of noodles to customers: fried bee hoon and … Read more

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Indonesian Bee Hoon Goreng With A Sour Twist

The guy once said he loves this dish, because of the way the tomatoes add a sourly taste to it. Here’s a last attempt by myself to make this dish for him before he disappears from here.

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A Maggie Mee Adaptation Of Braised Noodles With Sichuan Preserved Vegetables

These Maggi Mee recipes originated from the Sunday Times article back in April 2007, where a whole list of 50 yummy Maggie Mee recipes were featured. However, instead of following them in a doggedly step-by-step manner, I’ve chosen to adapt … Read more

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Fried Hokkien Mee II (Sotong Mee Without Sotong Please)

That’s especially for the guy who can’t stomach chewy, stretchy and supposedly sludgy stuff like sotong and fish maw. I didn’t believe it at first when he told me that’s how he orders his Sotong Mee at hawker centres!

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