Wednesday, October 8, 2014

Mee Rebus Johor

Now,this is the mee rebus (boiled noodle) I've been craving for a looooong time. If I tell you that I've only taken mee rebus Johor once in my life time, I think you're going to laugh. haha.... But its true ! I often visit to Malay food stalls but not many of them serve this kind of mee rebus. Most Malay food stalls serve only common mee rebus with clear spice soup. The only mee rebus I've tried was at Kluang Rail Kopitiam (Kluang famous coffee shop). Hubby's elder sibling who was from Kluang introduced me to this famous mee rebus dish of the shop. It was sooooo delicious. How could I forget the taste & smell of it. Mee rebus Johor basically is boiled noodle with special rich gravy which consist of certain range of spices. The gravy is simply irresistible. So after google for some time, I finally came out this homemade dish.

Mixing up the cooked blended paste with mashed potato mixture, and its ready to go for boiling.

(Serve : 5-6 persons)
Ingredients for Blended Paste :
5 dried chilies, soaked
1 large onion, sliced
2 shallots
4 cloves garlic
1 sticks lemongrass (head), thinly sliced
1cm  galangal, sliced (blue ginger)
1 TB  coriander powder
1/2 tspn  cumin powder
1/2 tspn  fennel powder
50gm   dried shrimp, soaked

Ingredients for noodle gravy :
1-1/2 cups  prawns stock (optional) or water
3 pcs  asam keping (tamarind slices)
200gm  sweet potato, steamed & blend with 2 cups water
2TB   gula melaka
1/2 tspn  salt
12/ tspn  vegetable granule

Method :
(1) preheat a frying pan with 1/2 cup of cooking oil, saute the blended paste till fragrant.
(2) when ready, combine cooked paste with other ingredients and mix well, then bring it to boil.
(3) lower the heat and continue cooking till the consistency as you like.
(4) once its done, set aside and ready to serve.

Ingredients for serving :
yellow noodle, rinsed
cucumber, julienned
bean sprout, cleaned the end
fried shallots
hard boiled eggs, halved
calamansi, halved

TO ASSEMBLE
(1) bring a pot of water to boil, then cook yellow noodle with boiling water till nice & hot but not overly soft. At the same time, slightly blanch bean sprout with boiling water.
(2) then serve yellow noodle with sweet potato gravy, bean sprout, julienned cucumber, hard boiled eggs, calamansi & fried onion (optional).
Now, squeeze calamansi over the gravy and then stir to mix everything...... what else ! Lets wallop ! haha... Gosh, it was soooo delicious. Love the gravy especially. My boy, the picky eater came for the second round. So, do I need to explain more ! Hope you guys will love it too.

12 comments:

Angie Schneider said...

It reminds me of satay noodles. I love that you made the gravy with sweet potatoes.

Rebecca Subbiah said...

this looks delicious with nice kick

Leong Poochee said...

Your mee rebus looks yummy!

Cheryl - Bakingtaitai said...

Hi Kristy, reading your description of this Johor Mee Rebus is making me salivate...your homecooked one looks really sedap!!!

Betty said...

gnammm a very tasty dish, I'm hungry: D blessings

Jozelyn Ng said...

Hi, Kristy. Your mee rebus looks so delicious!

Food, Fun and Life in the Charente said...

I would love to sample your recipes they sound delicious. Now if only I could get the ingredients. Hope you are well Diane

Gloria Baker said...

lovw thia look really delicious!
xo

lisa h. said...

I nak sepinggan mee rebus please :)
looks yummy with thick gravy...slurrrp

~~louise~~ said...

You are so cute, Kristy:) I love when you get so excited about a new dish. However, it's even more fun when you recreate it yourself! I know I too would LOVE this!!!

Thank you so much for sharing, Kristy...

P.S. Guess what Marion got in the mail yesterday??? She was sooooooo surprised and happy too:) Thank you so much Kristy. I will be posting about Marion's prize on Sunday!!!

Diane Balch said...

I am so glad you posted Mee Rebus my family loves this dish and I haven't made it in while. Love your recipe. Pinned. Thanks for bringing it by Weekend Bites.

lena said...

i have never tasted mee rebus johor but this looks scrumptious!!the gravy must be good :) happy sunday to you, kristy!

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