Monday, 7 September 2009

Mee Suah Fried Fritters

Found this fritters from a food magazine. Never eat before so wondering how it taste? Gather all ingredients and fried this fritter for my family as breakfast. It taste good. I personally feel that the prawn and crabstick filament finely chopped will be more easy to handle and it will not drop while eating.

Recipe from Y3K:


120g mee suah
6 pieces imitation crabstick filament (diced)
3 pips garlic (minced)
100ml evaporated milk (I replace with water)
10 prawns (shelled, deveined,halved)
1 stalk spring onion (diced)
1 red chili (minced)
2 eggs

1 tsp salt, 1 tsp pepper

  1. Blanch mee suah in boiling water to cook briefly. Remove into a metal sieve. Plunge into a cold bath. Drain and leave in bowl.
  2. saute garlic till fragrant. put into no. (1) add in imitation crabstick filament,spring onions,red chillies,eggs and seasoning. Mix evenly and then, add in evaporated milk. Mix very well.
  3. Heat a wok with little oil. Spoon in no. (2), place in a piece of halved prawn. fry till golden.

I saute garlic till fragrant and saute prawn to half cook.


Anncoo said...

This looks easy to cook, must try :)

Sonia said...

This look interesting, mee suah also can fry? will give a try later.

HS Kitchen And Hobby said...

After try please share with me your view. Worth to try.

HS Kitchen And Hobby said...

Anncoo & Sonia, forgot to tell you when you fried the fritters just put a few drop oil to fry will do else will cause your fritters too oily or you may use non stick wok to fry.