Friday, June 19, 2009

Mixed Seafood Fried Kue Teow

Here is my simple recipe for seafood fried kue teow. Kue Teow is a noodle made from rice flour. It is sold at Asian store in my area and came in sheets. As Gertrude advised me, I microwaved the kue teow for about 2 minutes until it soft. Then I cut the sheets into strips.
A packet of Kue Teow
2 cups of mixed seafood
1 cup beans sprouts
A big bowl of spinach(wash with baking soda)
5 shallots
2 tablespoon chopped garlic
1 tablespoon oyster sauce
1 tablespoon soy sauce
1 tablespoon dark soy sauce
1 tablespoon crispy spicy prawn ready to use mixed
salt to taste
1 tablespoon olive oil to saute shallots and garlic
Above are mixed seafood that I bought frozen from the Asian store. Beans sprout and a bowl of washed kue teow noodle.
Above is the spinach I harvested from my garden. Finally, after 6 years of trying, I have some spinach in the garden to enjoy. I soak this spinach in baking soda and cold water for 20 minutes. I also harvested some loose leave lettuces of black seeded simpson and radishes.
In a big skillet, cook spinach with shallot and garlic until soft.
Then add seafood, soy sauce, oyster sauce, dark soy sauce and crispy spicy prawn ready to use mixed.
Stir and coat evenly.
Add kue teow noodle. Seasoned to taste.
Add beans sprout.
Cook for another 5 minutes or until kue teow is tender.
Serve warm.


  1. wah best nya kuey teow kak zu!! Sayapun suka kuey teow goreng jugak.. tp sejak kawin terpaksa berkorban, asyik kena goreng mee je..

  2. Hubby you tak suka kue teow goreng ke? Mee goreng pun sodap.

  3. pigpigscorner, me too. This fried kue teow is always my favorite.