It’s winter now. We wake up to 3C in the morning and the same low temperature at night. All we want is hot curries, casseroles and soup. I love this dish not only because it is so simple to make, but also because it is clean tasting.
Mee Suah or Min Seen (In cantonese) are thin wheat noodles. They come in small bundles in a box and takes only 1 minute to cook a bunch. Love them when I am running late for dinner.
Chicken Meatballs with Mee Suah (Or Min Seen)
200 grams of chicken mince (I marinated 500 grams and used the left overs for… see next post!)
1 tsp of sesame oil
1 tablespoon of oyster sauce
2 tablespoon of soya sauce
1 tablespoon of corn flour
salt and heaps of white pepper
1 chopped chili
1 tsp of chopped garlic
500 ml of chicken stock
1 tablespoon of soya sauce
some chinese wine (maybe around 1/4 cup)
1 bunch of baby bak choy
3 bunches of mee suah
Mix chicken mixture with marinate. Form into little balls.
Meanwhile, cook stock with wine and soya sauce. When it is boiling, drop tsp of chicken mince into the boiling water. When they are done, add the noodles and veges. I sprinkle more dried chili into the soup mixture. Serve HOT.