- Preparation time
- 30 mins
- Cooking time
- 15 mins
- 2 people
- Meal course
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- Posted on
- October 8, 2017
About Maggi Goreng:
I am a kid of 2000s. It was not that easy for me, staying away from the Maggi world though I had tried it for the last two years. Missed you a lot, Maggi!
Now I am passing down that Maggi tradition to my nephew in Southeast Asian style. Yes! We both tried Mie Goreng with Maggi today in our kitchen, also this can be called Maggi Goreng. Mie Goreng is a flavourful spicy fried noodles dish common in Malaysia, Brunei, Indonesia, and Singapore. Nowadays it has become very popular in Sri Lanka, because of the Malay Community living there. The unique ingredients in our recipe are sweet soy source and shrimp paste. And of course, Maggi! Served it with a half-boiled egg omelette as how it’s traditionally served.
- Don’t select any other variants than Maggi Hot Heads. If not, you can try the same with kinds of pasta.
- Don’t avoid any of the ingredients here for the authentic taste of Maggi Goreng.
- You can also add chicken, fish or sausages to the recipe along with prawns.
- Chop the vegetables into small pieces and keep them aside.
- Chop the prawns into small pieces and marinate them with chilli powder & salt for 15mins.
- Heat sunflower oil in a pan and shallow fry the prawn pieces. Keep them aside.
- In a pan bring water to a boil. Cook Maggi without the tastemaker in it and set aside for cooling.
- In a frying pan add sesame oil and the chopped garlic and scallion. Stir-fry for a minute.
- Add the vegetables and cook for a couple of minutes. Once the vegetables are half cooked add the fried prawns, sweet soy sauce, soy sauce, shrimp paste & Maggi tastemakers and stir it well. Cook for a while.
- Add the cooked Maggi and stir to combine well with the meat & vegetables.
- Serve the Maggi Goreng in a large bowl/plate, topped with the fried egg.