Today we had some huge craving for Indonesian food so I decided to make some EXTRA spicy nasi goreng using the paste I bought in Bali ( I bought 3 big bottles of it. Nothing like spending some time in the supermarket when in a foreign country just browsing their produce, really!) and topped it off with egg and chicken satay.
But as per the title of my blog post, I’ll share the recipe for the fried glass noodles which I so LOVE , because besides being fairly inexpensive to put together, this is awesome tasty and so easy for days when you want to keep it a healthy one dish meal :) Which is a plus point since the other half has gone on gym mode these past few days (But guess I blew his diet with the nasi goreng today, heh)
1 packet tong fun (glass noodles), boiled in hot water for 10 minutes until soft. Drain water and leave in pot.
Cubed boneless chicken breast meat marinated with some salt and lots of black pepper
2 Red chilies, chopped
Green Pepper, chopped
4 clove chopped garlic
Seasoning (Mix all these in a bowl)
2 tablespoon oyster sauce
2 tablesppon light soy sauce
Salt to taste
1 tablespoon sugar
½ chicken stock granules
¼ tablespoon dark soy sauce
3 tablespoon water
Heat oil in a wok, cook garlic and chopped chillies until fragrant. Add chicken meat. Stir-fry well.
Add green pepper, carrot and cabbage. Fry until vegetables are cooked. Stir in seasoning. Add glass noodles and stir-fry briskly coating the noodles with the sauce. Push aside all the ingredients, break in the egg and cover the egg with the glass noodles and cook for one to two minutes.
And Wala, you have an inexpensive satisfying meal for two!