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Monday, 24 November 2014

Prawn Noodles with Pork Ribs 排骨虾面

Prawn Noodle without prawn?! lol... This soup cooked with ribs marinated with Teriyaki Sauce, darker in color, thicker and richer in flavor!

Prawn Noodle with pork ribs, this is kiddy bowl, I served the pork ribs separately. This soup is a mixture of prawn soup and pork ribs soup that I cook separately.  
The 2 pictures above looks funny right? lol....

I never have a perfect picture of my prawn noodles. I just served whatever cooked and simply take a quick snap shot because prawn noodles must be eaten while it's still warm. As for the ingredients, there's no standard measurement in my recipe here because I cook the soup with prawn heads. I don't know how much prawn I bought from the fishmonger as they just pack a big packet of fresh prawn for me. As I said, I hate to handle raw prawns, I will never ever want to weight the prawn heads because I don't want the 'fishy water' spill on my worktop. I'll just rinse it with water and get it cooked as soon as possible!


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Pork Ribs (marinate with some Teriyaki Sauce and Tapioca Flour)
Prawn (shelled, marinate with some salt and sesame oil)

Why I use Teriyaki Sauce: I used to season the ribs with soy sauce and tapioca flour, but there was once I marinated the ribs with Teriyaki Sauce for other dish, but last minute changed to cook prawn noodles. And, the ribs tastes superb! 

Prawn Head
Onion (Sliced)
Small Onion (thinly sliced)
Ginger Slices (sliced)
Carrot (thick slices)
Fresh Shitake Mushroom
Cooking Wine (shao xing)

Cooked Noodles, fish cakes, hard boiled egg and vegetables 
Oil for cooking
Spring Onion (chopped) for garnishing

1. Heat some generous amount of oil in a skillet, add small onion. Fry until lightly brown. Drain and set aside.
2. Add in onion and ginger slices, fry until fragrant. Add in prawn head, stir fry until the prawn head are cooked (change to orange-red color). 

3. Drizzle some cooking wine. Add hot boiling water and bring to boil.

4. Add carrot, mushroom and pork ribs. Cover and simmer for 1 hour.

5. Add prawn and when the prawns are cook through, remove from heat. 
6. Strain the soup into a bowl with the cooked noodles and vegetables. Top with some fried onion, fish cake, prawn, hard bowl egg, spring onion...and whatever except the prawn heads! :) 

Cook the noodles when the prawn soup is about to ready. When the noodles are 80% cooked, drain and rinse with cold water. Pour the prawn soup into the saucepan with noodles, bring to boil and remove from heat. 

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