PHOTO: Fried Hokkien Mee

By Mark Wiens 17 Comments
Fried Hokkien Mee
Fried Hokkien Mee

Fried Hokkien Mee

Malaysian food, is as you already know, one of my favorite cuisines in the world.

Fried Hokkien Mee, is a pile of noodles flash stir fried in oil (or lard), and flavored with dark soy sauce.



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  • Steven Gwee

    3 years ago

    The Penang Hokkien Mee is different fr9m KL’s too. In KL, we call the Penang verdion as Prawn Noodles.

  • Juan

    4 years ago

    Hi Mark, i want you to try eat Malay Char Kuey Teow in Malaysia if you visit Malaysia again

    • Mark Wiens

      4 years ago

      Thanks a lot Juan, I definitely will next time!

  • Mike

    4 years ago

    Probably my favorite type of noodle. This looks really delicious and I’m hungry again, even though I just had lunch not long ago!

  • kb bibin

    4 years ago

    Hi Mark,
    can you tell me where you will get his in Kuala Lumpur

  • sully86

    4 years ago

    Mark: OH MY LARD!!! that LOOKS DELICIOUS!!

    • Mark Wiens

      4 years ago

      Ha, thanks Sully, lard does indeed play a big part in this dish!

  • Maria

    4 years ago

    Nice thick sauce – Mmmmm another scrumptious dish – Thanks Mark!

  • Turkey’s For Life

    4 years ago

    I’ve wanted to go to Malaysia for so long, purely for the food. Never researched the actual country – I just gaze at the food. This look amazing! 🙂
    Julia

    • Mark Wiens

      4 years ago

      Hi Julia, food is the best reason to visit Malaysia!

    • Billy

      4 years ago

      And do find a local people to bring you around! =D *wink, me, me.* haha!

  • Nadiana

    4 years ago

    I miss Hokkien Mee. Do you know that Hokkien Mee in Singapore is different? I went to Singapore restaurant in SF and ordered the Hokkien Mee and I was surprise the way it look. The taste was alright, but I still prefer Malaysia version.

    • Mark Wiens

      4 years ago

      Hey Nadiana, no didn’t know the Singapore version is different, I’ll check it out next time!