Mum’s Simple Egg Mee Suah Soup
Filed Under: 15-minute Recipes 5 or Less Ingredients Asian Recipes Mum's Recipes Noodles One-Dish Meals Recipes
Egg Mee Sua Soup Recipe
Eat the noodles immediately upon serving, as the mee sua will soak up the soup quickly.
- 3 eggs lightly beaten with 1 tsp light soy sauce
- 1/2 tbsp vegetable oil
- 3 rice bowls of water
- 50 grams shabu-shabu pork slices (optional)
- 8 pacific clams (optional)
- light soy sauce to taste
- 2 bundles of mee sua (flour vermicelli)
- sesame oil to taste
- spring onions and/or coriander for garnishing
- Heat oil in wok pan, swirl the pan to spread the oil evenly. Pour the egg mixture to cover the wok. When the egg is semi cooked, scramble them using a spatula and cook them into large chunks. Take care not to over cook the egg; they should still be moist after cooking.
- Add water to pan for the soup base. Add pork and pacific clams (optional). Simmer briefly until pork is cooked through. Season soup to taste with soy sauce.
- In a separate pot, bring water to a boil. Cook mee sua for about 30 seconds, separating the strands with chopsticks.
- Transfer mee sua to serving bowls, and coat the noodles with some sesame oil. This will give the noodles a nice aroma. Top each bowl with egg, pork and pacific clams.
- Ladle the hot soup over the mee sua, garnish with spring onions/coriander and serve immediately.
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Recently I made tomato fried eggs and it simply makes a one-dish noodle taste so good. So I am very sure the eggs makes this mee suah soup very tasty.
tomato eggs noodles sound delicious. Remind me of the gong zai mian with tomato I ate in HK. It was delicious :)
This recipe is certainly very reminiscent. I use to have it when I was young and took it for granted. Haven’t had this for ages. Our home version does not include egg but your recipe looks interesting. Will try. Thank you for the memories
thank you, I hope you like our egg version when you try it out :)
Were always having a mee suah at home but the way it is cook is very different from this.. and this is the other technique on how to cook it so I must try this too♥
Thanks for the recipe. I’m trying to learn more about Asian recipes and I remember eating mee suah in a friend’s house for an afternoon snack and loved it.
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