Pinoy Style Mee Goreng

Pinoy Style Mee Goreng
Pinoy Style Mee Goreng, this is my tweaked version of the famous mee goreng. Mee goreng the Malay word for fried noddles is popular in Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia. There are several versions, there is even the Indian version which uses curry to the noodle dish. It is one of the favourite hawker center food on those countries. For my version I substituted some of the ingredients which are commonly used by Pinoys. Except perhaps for the chili paste I used sambal belacan which is the key ingredient everything should be available locally in the Philippines. Chili paste is most likely available if you live in the vicinity of major supermarkets. Here is my Pinoy Style Mee Goreng Recipe, try it.


1/2 kilo yellow noodles, blanch
1/2 cup thinly sliced pork
1/2 cup thinly sliced chicken
1/2 cup medium size shrimp, shelled
1/2 cup thinly sliced kekiam
1/2 head garlic, chopped
1 medium size onion, slice thinly
1/2 cup green peas, pre-cooked
2 cups togue, bean sprout
1 small carrots, cut into thin strips
1 small bundle pechay, trimmed, cut crosswise
2-3 pcs. red chili, sliced
2-3 tbsp. sambal belacan
2-3 tbsp. soy sauce
1 tbsp. patis, fish sauce
4 tbsp. banana ketchup
2 eggs
salt and pepper
cooking oil

Cooking procedure:

Pinoy Style Mee Goreng - Cooking Procedure

In a wok heat generous amount of oil, sutee garlic and onion until fragrant. Stir in pork and chicken slices, stir cook for 3 to 5 minutes or until all the juices have evaporated. Add in the, red chili, shrimp, kekiam, fish sauce, soy sauce, banana ketchup and sambal belacan, stir cook for 2 to 3 minutes. Add in the pechay, green peas, carrots stir cook for 1 to 2 minutes. Now add in the noodles continue to stir cook for 1 to 2 minutes, push the noodles on one side, break the 2 eggs at the empty space of the wok where some oil has accumulated, let cook for a minute then stir and scramble the eggs and cover with the noodles. Season with salt and pepper to taste. Add in the bean sprout and stir cook for another 1 to 2 minutes, serve immediately.

See other Singapore inspired recipe:

Hainanese, Hainese Chicken Rice
Chili Crab

See other related stirfry noodles recipe:

Pinoy Style Char Kuey Teow
Seafood Hokien Noodles Stirfry
Egg Noodles with Mushroom
Pinoy Style Pad Thai
Pansit Miki Guisado
Pancit Lucban, Pansit Hab-hab
Bam-e, Pansit Bisaya
La Paz Batchoy, Pansit Batchoy Mami
Vigan Miki


Anonymous said...

indonesian mi goreng is d best

ut-man said...

I Agree


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