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Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Seah’s Spices ~ Singapore Fried Noodles 新加坡炒面


We had this fried noodles for lunch on Sunday. The meal was whipped up in less than 30 minutes including the preparation of individual ingredients. It could be even faster if lesser ingredient is used. Thanks to the all-in-one fried noodles spices. The premix pack I used here is called “Singapore Noodles Spices”, a new product from Seah’s Spices.
For more information about Seah’s Spices and this new series of products, please refer to my Kung Pao Chicken post HERE.

Seah's Singapore Noodles Spices
This is the spices mix which consists of chili, cumin, liquorice root, ginger, sugar and salt.

I am sharing the simple steps of how this dish is created.  
   What you need: (for 2-3 pax)

   1 pack Seah’s Singapore Noodles Spices
   500g yellow noodles
   100g prawns, shelled and deveined
   200g cabbage, sliced
   1 onion, sliced
   1 fish cake, sliced
   1 tomato, cut into 8 wedges
   2 tbsp cooking oil
   Lime (optional)
  
   How to do it:
  1. Heat up oil and fry prawns for 1 minute. Remove and set aside.
  2. Add onion and saute till aromatic.
  3. Add cabbage, stir fry till slightly softened. Add fish cake, mix well.
  4. Add noodles and Seah’s Singapore Noodles Spices, stir fry for 2 mins.
  5. Add tomato and return prawns to wok. Cook for another 1 minute. Dish up and serve hot with lime juice (optional).

The fried noodles are infused with the aroma from the different spices used in the premix pack, something different from my day-to-day fried noodles. I am sure for those who like spices would like it.  


The colour of the noodles looks red but in fact it is not hot, even my 2.5 years old son can take it. So if you like it spicier, you may add extra chili when frying or serve with chili sauce like what I did.

Seah's Spices is on Facebook. Please hop over and like Seah’s facebook page HERE.


(P/S: This is not a sponsored post. Only sample of the Singapore Noodles Spices is given free for review.  )

16 comments:

  1. I love noodle while my husband prefer rice.....
    Everytimes he ask me for lunch, I must suggest for noodle!
    This noodle is just nice for me!
    Thanks a lot!

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    1. Wendy

      Haha I think my husband also prefers rice than noodles. All guys are 饭桶 :p

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  2. I love fried noodles, please give me a plate!

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  3. Hi Angel,your noodles look so delicious. Can make mine with extra prawns? LOL

    Have a nice week ahead.

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    1. Amelia

      No problem. Extra prawns but no extra charge :p

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  4. 我喜欢的炒面。
    看到虾和酸柑我就开心了。

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  5. 有了这spices mix,还真的省下不少准备的功夫叻!

    给我一盘,please!

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    1. Eileen

      没问题。

      其实以前有点排斥premix,可是尝试过后发现确实方便许多,特别是像我们这种赶时间的working mum。而且现在的premix强调无味精,无防腐剂,吃起来比较放心。

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  6. 看到材料很像mamak档的印度炒面,我一直以为新加坡炒面是原色,不放黑酱油。

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    1. ccm

      其实我是用一般这里吃到的马来炒面来准备材料的。

      你说的原色炒面是不是指炒虾面?有放粗米粉的。

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  7. Looks yummy...thanks for sharing.

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