Hokkien Mee
Hokkien Mee
Hokkien Mee


500g of Large Prawns, Peeled. Keep aside the prawn heads and shells to make your prawn stock.
1 Duck Breast with Skin On
250g of Thick Yellow Noodles or Japanese Udon Noodles
8 Cloves of Garlic, Minced
200g Of Squid, sliced
2 cups of Kailan
1/2 Cup of Thick Caramel Soy Sauce
2-4 Tablespoons of Light Soy Sauce
Salt if necessary
Serve this yummy noodles with some side of pickled green chillies or cut red chillies for an extra kick!


1.In a pot of water, add in your prawn shells and bring it to a boil to make the prawn stock.
2.Once boiled, strain the stock and discard the prawn shells. Keep the stock for later.
3.Remove skin from the duck and slice the meat and skin thinly. Set aside
4.Then, in a wok heat some oil and fry the duck skin until golden . Once done, set aside.
5. In the same wok, over medium-high heat, add in the duck , prawns and squid. Cook it halfway, so that you do not overcook your proteins. Remove from the wok and set aside.
6.Then, add in the garlic and fry for a couple of minutes. Once fragrant, add in 5 cups of prawn stock. Then add in the noodles and soy sauce. Cook it until the sauce reduces to a thick consistency.
7.After about 10 minutes, add in the half cooked prawns, squid and duck. Then, add in your vegetable stalks and let it cook for another 1 minute before adding in the rest of the vegetables.
8.Once your vegetables have wilted, remove from heat and garnish with the duck skin that we

Hokkien Mee

Hokkien Mee is a traditional Chinese Noodles dish commonly found in Malaysia and Singapore. This dish is made in lots of dark caramel soy sauce and thick yellow noodles . Commonly found in hokkien mee are such as pork, duck, and seafood. We’ve made a pork free version of this delicious meal using duck meat, prawns and squid. It’s super easy to make and super delicious too. All you need is a good wok to get that ‘wok hei’ effect. To get that delicious duck taste, we first fry the duck skin in some oil until it get crispy. Then we remove the skin and set aside. Using that same oil, we use it to make the noodles.

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