Recipe of Mee Jawa

Have you tasted Mee Jawa or Jawa Mee before? Share with you a little secret, when I asked my hubby whether he tasted Mee Jawa, he asked me “what is that?” *I almost fainted* :)

Jawa Mee

Jawa Mee

So you see, since he knows nothing about Mee Jawa, of course he never buy or treat me in Singapore. I only have chance to taste Jawa Mee when back to Malaysia. Again, I only have chance to taste my favourite when back to hometown once or twice a year. :(

Recipe of Jawa Mee (by Rose)

1 kg yellow noodles (scalded)
500 g beansprout (scalded)
sliced green chillies
6 hard boiled eggs
4 pieces fried beancurd
fried sliced shallots
chopped spring onions and celery

Ingredients for gravy:
1 cup fermented bean paste (washed and drained)
1 cup dried shrimps (geragau)
1 cup peanuts
6 buah keras
1 piece blachan (toasted and pounded)
1 cup water
4 tbsp flour
1/2 cup cooking oil

Ingredients to ground:
1 inch ginger
1 inch blue ginger (lengkuas)
5 cloves garlic
2 stalks lemon grass (serai)
30 shallots
20 dried red chillies

Method for gravy:
1) Fry peanuts and buah keras in a little oil and blend together with fermented bean paste, dried shrimps and blachan.
2) Heat 1/2 cup cooking oil and fry grounded ingredients until aromatic and well cooked.
3) Add in blended ingredients from (1) and fry for a few minutes more.
4) Add in 80 oz water or stock and let it boil.
5) Thicken stock with 1 cup water mixed with 4 tbsp flour and stir until gravy is thick (dilute according to thickness).
6) Add salt and sugar to taste.

To serve:
Mix scalded noodles with some beansprouts and pour some gravy over it.  Garnish with egg slices, sliced green chillies, a cut lime, some taupok and fried shallots.  Add a dash of black soya sauce.

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April 19, 2009
May 29, 2009
January 8, 2010

nor @ 10:57 am #

mee jawa from rasa timur is the best..

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