Tuesday, June 4, 2013

A Bowl of Eggy-Fused Mushroom Noodle

It's not something that I'll whip up regularly as truth be told, I'm quite a lazy cook. I'll rather be seen polishing a plate of wan tan mee or popiah instead. But since Teochew Mama had errands to attend to, I figured that it's either I starved until dinner or ransack the pantry and make use of the ingredients that I can find in there.



Ingredients: 1.6L (8 cups) water + 1.3L (6 1/2 cups) water
100g brown rice noodle
6 mushrooms, washed and sliced



1 pc kombu, washed and soaked
2 eggs

Directions: Simmer 4 cups of water in a medium-sized pot on medium-high fire.



Throw noodles into boiling water. Let it boil for 3 minutes, or until soft.
Strain the noodles and leave in a bowl of iced water to cool.



In another pot on medium-high fire, boil the mushroom and kombu in 4 cups of water until soft.



Strain and leave aside.



Simmer the eggs in a boiling pot with 1.3L water for 5 minutes or longer if you want a fully-cooked egg.

Feel free to plate it any way you want.

6 comments:

  1. Ooh, I'm not only a lazy cook but I'm an awful cook (which is probably why I've never published any personal recipes). I like the sound of this recipe of yours. It sounds like it'd be tasty and satisfying, without requiring very hard work or very long effort :D

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    1. If you were to ask Teochew Mama, Sean, she'd tell you that I'm a terrible cook when it comes to stir-fried dishes. I've tried it once, and almost burned the casserole. >.<

      Anyway, do give it a try and let me know whether it works, yeah? =)

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  2. Looking at the photos, you're not a lazy cook.. hehe..

    Very interesting mushroom noodles!

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    1. Thanks, Hayley. =)

      Well, the reason why I said I'm a lazy cook is because I've rarely stepped into the kitchen to prepare a meal. I think the last time was at least 6 months ago.

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