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Tuesday, July 14, 2009

Long Life Noodle(meesuah) Soup


Again... about food!!!
I always have to plan at least one day in advance for Ryan's meal. Since he has tried all kind of porridge since he was 6 mths old,has been eating noodle at least once a week...let's cook for him 'long life noodle(Mee Suah) soup' for his lunch today.Normally I will cook meesuah for Ryan when I have xtra chicken soup the night before. So today is the first time I cook meesuah for him without chicken soup.

Added some green vegetables(grown by MIL at house's compound),egg and some spring onions.I did not cook the meesuah together with the soup, coz the meesuah is bit salty. So I boiled the meesuah separately. Taste good...with this simple dishes, it takes 20 mins for Ryan to finish up the whole bowl.

Now...I have to think again, what is tomorrow meal for Ryan?? Porridge ?? Beehoon??

28 comments:

Mummy Gwen said...

He is such a good boy..always finish Mummy's homecooked food. Mummy can cook very well.

MeRy said...

Mummy Gwen - Juz a normal meal for my boy..noting special.

MommyAngel said...

Nice .... not just your Ryan, I love MeeSuah too :) I think the dish looks so yummy and no wonder Ryan finished it off in no time :) Mee Hoon taste good too for tomorrow, hehehehe

MeRy said...

Caroline - You are same with me...Meesuah lover.I like to eat Meesuah with herb chicken soup.

sasha said...

meesuah..yum yum kids love it.

sometimes i get headache thinking of what to cook for my kids.

Josephine said...

my mama said, it is better not to feed baby with bee hoon, I think Kuay Teow is a better choice...

Do u mind if I link u to my blog?
I love to read ur post...

Mummy Ryan said...

Ryan such a lucky boy cz hv good + creative mummy to cook delicious + nutritious food....yum..yum....me also luv mee suah soup so much...if i cook for Ryan i will cook extra for me too...yum..yum...:)
My Ryan also luv meehon so much...normally i will cook meehon soup or will fried for him...then he manage to 'sapu" all...

the little prince said...

Clever Ryan..next time change the vege to brocoli n add tomatoes..its good taste too!

Serene said...

Mee suah is our favourite too! The soup I didn't use chicken stock, normally I cook with dried oyster or dried scallop it turns out sweet too.. We're having fried rice for today, I'm thinking to cook Mee Suah for tomorrow... heheh =)

little prince's mummy said...

Yummy! Thumbs up to Ryan's Mummy.....

MeRy said...

Sasha - I also sometimes headache what to cook for my boy.....seem like repeating the menu every 2 wiks...

Josephine - Juz wondering y can't feed baby with bee hoon??Mind to tell me the reason.

Sure u can link ur blog to mine.....So can i llink urs to mine too?

Mummy Ryan - Glad to noe that Ryan also like Meehoon....somtimes if we fried beehoon, it will become bit dry if never put more water while frying n more oil.Susah to control.

The little prince - Ryan likes brocoli n tomatoes...too bad that day my fridge is out of stock for these 2 kinds of vege.

Serene - I seldom feed Ryan with fried rice...worry too heaty for him.But once a while shld be fine...maybe will giv it a try too next week.

Peiwun - Tq so much..

Oliveoylz said...

Ryan is such a good boy...can finish in 20 mins...really shows your mee suah is very delicious! You know, I love mee suah since I was a little girl...

Merryn said...

Oh I love mee suah. During my confinement, I took lots and lots of mee suah. I just love it! Of coz ryan loves it, so nice what.. mommy is a great cook!

Fussy mum said...

I love mee suah too. Yums! Your bowl of mee suah looks delicious...no wonder Ryan gobbled up in 20 mins :)

slavemom said...

U can try the organic mee suah. They're not that salty. I hv both types at home. The kids eat the organic one, n the adults take the normal one. Double std hahaha.

MeRy said...

Olive - Same with me...I am meesuah lover since I m young. Till nw I still like Meesuah alot.

Merryn - I also eat alot of Meesuah during my confinement with chicken soup...delicious. I like to add bit of sesame oil to the meesuah before serving...nice smell!

Fussy Mum - We are in the same boat...meesuah lover. And I will be having a meesuah next month during my Bday.

Slavemom - Organic Meesuah?? Whr Can I get it?? Dun think Sibu got sell oh.

Mummy Moon said...

It is a bowl of yummy mee suah soup! Mihun is a little hard to digest for small kids, especially fried mihun. Maybe you can try mihun soup .

Hazel said...

u r such a good mom always cook nutritious food for ur child

Hi! I'm Grace said...

When I was still in the Philippines, I am not so much crazy about Meesuah, but now that I am in USA, I miss all the Filipino food, including Meesuah. :)

Adrine said...

Ryan is so lucky that you always think hard to cook healthy food for him and with lots of variety too !!

MeRy said...

Mummy Moon - Agreed with you...fried beehoon is bit dry and susah to digest for kid. Sometimes I will cook beehoon soup for Ryan.But it seem he still prefer Meesuah Soup.

Hazel - Tq for the compliments.I am just trying my best to give nutrition food for my boy.

Grace - Juz wondering how do Philipino cook Meesuah? Also in soup based?

Adrine - I am just prefer to feed my boy with home cook dishes rather than eat outside.

Cath J said...

That's nice your boy can take the green stuff in... If my boy sooo susahhhhh...... T_T

UmmiRosma said...

I haven't tried this meal to my kids. Mee Suah is the white noodle which can absorb the soup easily? Am I right?

*happy* now I will have something to cook....tnx

mumsgather said...

Mee suah is really good for kids. How about sharing your meesuah recipe?

MeRy said...

Cath - You can tried hide the green vege into ur kid's meal like homemade nuggets,meatballs,etc.

Ummi - MeeSuah is usually sold in dried form, is made from rice flour and is very brittle in uncooked form as the strands are really thin. This dish is more or less an automatic dish for breakfast on the first day of Chinese New Year and also during Chs birthday.

Mumsgather - Sure I will share my recipe of this meesuah in my next post.

Moomykin said...

Mee suah always good. Easy for the kid's tummy to digest too.

I also love mee suah.
:P

Sarah's Daddy and Mommy said...

20 mins to finish the meal..that is fast!
Good boy!

MeRy said...

Moomy kin - I guess alot of ppl also love eating Meesuah..soft and easy to digest.