Wednesday, June 20, 2007

Freestyle Curry Noodle

Well, I am not sure what got into me yesterday evening after a long day work, I drove myself straight to the Giant supermarket at One-Utama, PJ before reaching my apartment. The only thing that was permanently stucked or plastered in my mind was curry noodle. I guess lately a lot of my fellow food bloggers had been doing write up on this topic.

Churning up a bowl of curry noodle in my kitchen can be a tricky issue as it very time consuming. But due to my starvation for curry noodle, I was willing to take the challenge and make it a reality. I am sure you know that I did if you scroll down to see those pictures that I had captured yesterday.

I could not believe myself that it only took me about less than half an hour to get this dish ready and not only for one person but it was enough to feed more two person, of course myself and Sunny Yaw. He was busy preparing an cake order for a client. To tell you the truth, he is really dead tired because last weekend he had to prepare one hundred gifts, mini wedding cakes for M.E. & R.T.'s wedding.

Anyway theres a secret of achieving this dish in less than half an hour, I bought a packed of chicken curry paste and a curry laksa paste manufacturedby Tean's Gourmet.

Chicken curry and curry laksa paste


Since I had this two pack of paste inhand, it still does not complete the dish. I got to have the topping and the noodle. So I decided to have chicken, tofu "pok", fish paste "yee wat", fresh egg noodle "wan ton noodle" and some greens. Whala...! That would be my creation and I would call it curry noodle freestyle.


Tofu "pok" and fresh egg noodles



fish paste "Yee Wat"


Firstly I create the soup by using the pack of curry laksa paste and milk as to replace coconut milk. This not only really a health issue but just that my kitchen had run out coconut cream. Once the milk is boiled, I put in the tofu "pok" and leave it to boil for 5 mins.

A cooked curry soup with tofu "pok"


Next was to churn up the chicken curry by using cut chicken breast and chicken curry paste. Once ready, I boiled the fish paste "yee wat", the veg and the egg noodle.


Cooked fish paste "yee wat"


Once everything is completed, I put the cooked egg noodles on the the serving bowl, poured in the curry laksa soup, placed the curry chicken on top the egg noodle, placed the tofu "pok" , cooked fish paste and the veg.


Curry noodle for two

Ingredients

1 packet Curry laksa paste

1 packet Chicken curry paste

1 packet Tofu "pok"

2 Fresh Egg Noodles

200gm Diced chicken breast

100gm Fish paste "yee wat"

50gm Fresh greens

1 litre Fresh milk


I am very sure that you will not go wrong with this recipe as it is fast and easy to make. I am for sure you will impress your guest or your love ones. I am defintely sure that you will send them thinking of your cooking twice from now on. For sure you will able to cook and to impress.


Sid xxx

15 comments:

WokandSpoon said...

YUM! Noodles in curry - that sounds like heaven. Did you make the fish paste yourself?

Big Boys Oven said...

wokandspoon, hehehe on this one I cheated, most stuff I bought. I bought the fish paste from the wet market but it was really good.
Sid

Cutie said...

Well, it doesn't matter if you cheat. Most important thing is that it taste good. It does look good anyway =)

"Joe" who is constantly craving said...

wow.. i am impressed..
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www.belowthetigger.blogspot.com

hehe

jason said...

Simple and nice! Your post reminds me of Precious Pea. She used to cook and take pictures at the same time.. hahaha

boo_licious said...

Yum, I love curry noodles and adding fish paste in it is a great idea. Thanks for sharing.

WokandSpoon said...

I agree - cheat away - as long as it tastes good !

Precious Pea said...

Slurps...looks good. I would love to add cockles too.

East Meets West Kitchen said...

I use Tean's chicken curry too! It's easy, fast and taste good. Nice bowl of curry noodles there!

wmw said...

Can you make that for three instead of two? Ha ha...

Kelly Mahoney said...

I can't believe that came out of packets! It looks delicious.

Jackson said...

wa... u 2 "chang toi giok" also didnt invite us... so bad la!! When can i try yr food??

Melting Wok said...

wahh..I did not know you have whole other non-baking blog heheh, cheers !:) Yumss..I usually get my curry laksa fix with a a pack of Prima Taste, comes with curry leaves and all..anyhoo, its all good !:)
P/S: your tow foo pok looks enormously huge hahaha, my goddd, we're stuck w/the shrink thinned puffs here :(

Lee Ping said...

Make 4 please.

Rasa Malaysia said...

Looks good...I love fish paste and Yong Tow Foo.