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Saturday, July 25, 2009

Fried Kampua Noodle


It was a backdated post...I cook Fried Kampua Noodle for Ryan 2 days ago for his lunch.But no time to update this post.

Sibu is very famous of its Kampua Mee.You can easily find it available at the Kopitiam anytime.It is a Foochow noodle dish which is tasty and economical and loved by local people.

Normally,I will buy the Kampua mee from wet market (sell in wet or dry) and cook them myself at home.
Most of the times, I will toast the kampua mee with fried onion+garlic,add bit of oil and seasoning and add some spring onion. This time, I tried to cook it in another way by frying the kampua mee,added some sausages,sayur sawi + tomatoes.

The taste is good and Ryan likes it alot....a simple dish for our lunch!!

19 comments:

reanaclaire said...

kampua mee looks like those wan ton mee ,,,is it the same, i wonder.. anyway, i love to eat the kolok mee when i was in miri few years ago..

MommyAngel said...

This taste good, I love this too and I bet Ryan can eat a lot?? I think mee in Sarawak all taste nice hor .... I love Sarawak Laksa too :)

Cynthia said...

looks like yee mee to me.. never tried that.. one day my bro go Sibu for business trip, will ask him to get a pack balik... :D

MeRy said...

Reanaclaire - Kampua Mee is almost same with Kolok Mee.But Kampua Mee can;t be boil for too long or else it will become very soft and looks like sticky.Not nice to eat.

Caroline - I love laksa too...Think of cooking Sarawak laksa next weekend.

Cynthia - Kampua Mee is not taste like Yee Mee, I found that Yee Mee is more thinner.Can ask ur brother to tapao Kampua Mee for you when he come to Sibu next time. You can get a dry type and cook urself too.FYI, I like the kampua Mee sell at one of the kopitiam near Farley(ask ur broth to try it out).

LittleLamb said...

yum yum....actually i always confuse with kampua mee.....with yee mee...

renaye said...

ooh. sounds nice. i first thought it was some kind of improvise instant noodle!

Funn's said...

Mery dear, u really can cook wor... and Ryan are so good lor. Whatever you cook he will eat not like my Xuan... haizzz...

little prince's mummy said...

Looks yummy!!!!!

MeRy said...

Littlelamb - Yee mee is totally diffrent with kampua Mee.Kampua Mee is avail at Sibu...Foochow traditional noodle.

Renaye - Kampua Mee looks bit same with instant noodle,but the taste is different.

Funn - I am lucky that Ryan is not a picky eater boy.I just cook a simple dish for him.

Moomykin said...

Looks fantastic. And if your boys eats it with all the vege, it's even more fantastic!!

My boys don't like vege. At best some corn, or snow pea.

the little prince said...

Kampua mee..sound interesting..got to try next time!

Sarah's Daddy and Mommy said...

You really good in frying noodle. I must learn the skill from you.

Mummy Gwen said...

Mmmm...looks good. I never heard of kampua mee. Looks like maggi mee abit hor.

Fussy mum said...

The noodles look yummy! Never heard about kampua mee before. Yah, it looks very much like maggi mee..

MeRy said...

Moomykin - U can tried to hide the vegetables into ur boy's dishes...try make homemade nuggets,meatballs.Serve with mayo and tomatoes sos.


Joanne - I am still learning too....Let's let cooking together.

Mummy Gwen & Fussy Mum - Not sure whether you can get Kampua Mee at KL or not....In Sibu, tats pretty famous mee.

Mummy Ryan said...

I never heard bout Kampua Noodle..but look like maggie mee, btw at KL got 1 stall at Taman Megah (Min Tien Food Court) selling nice Sarawak Mee...then the mee also look a like kampua Mee.
By the way i got an award for you:
http://mummyryan.blogspot.com/2009/07/lovely-blog-award-best-blog-award.html

MeRy said...

KC - Probably thats either Kolok Mee or Kampua Mee la, Kolok Mee is pretty famous at Kuching. And Kampua Mee is famous at Sibu.
Btw, Tq so much for ur award.

mumsgather said...

It looks really delicious wor.

Ann said...

First time hear of kampua mee...hmm....sure looks good!