March 10, 2017 by mummumskitchen
I saw a Taiwanese variety show which introduced this dish. That sparked my interest. My kid loved mee suay and hope he will like a different taste of mee suah. After I googled in the net, I found that this dish is a very authentic Taiwanese food. The ingredients used are very simple and easy to obtain. It just takes me around 20 minutes to cook the whole dish.
Mee suah (or you can choose longevity noodles if you like)
- Boil a pot of water and cook the mee suay (only half cook the mee suah). Drain the mee suah and place it in cold water. After cooling the mee suah, drain it.
- Beat egg into the drained mee suay and mix it evenly with the mee suah.
- Heat a pan and add sesame oil. Saute the ginger till fragrance. Dish out the ginger.
- Pour the mee suah mixture into the pan and pan fried the mee suah till it is golden brown at one side.
- Dish out the mee suah first. Beat another egg in the heated pan and place the mee suah on top of the egg, with the golden brown side facing up. Continue to pan fry the mee suah till both sides are golden brown.
- Ready to serve!
Mum mum’s notes:
Depending on the brand of mee suay used, the mee suah can be salty. Hence there isn’t a need to add any seasoning. But however, if you are using the brand whose mee suah is bland, then do add some salt in the beaten egg before pan frying. This will add more taste to the dish. 🙂