Frugal eggs noodles/yee mee recipe

The mad fairy is at it again. One dark rainy night, the fairy was hungry, and so, she decided to cook something really simple and comforting for herself and her lab rats whom she have the cheek to call family.

This is what she cooked that night…a pot of simple eggs noodles or locally known as yee mee. Here’s the recipe:

Ingredients:

2 ‘nest’ of yee mee

1 egg

1 spoonful of chopped garlic

4 spoonfuls of oyster sauce

3 spoonful of light soya sauce

Cabbage leaves

Salt and pepper to taste

1 bowl of water

Some cooking oil

1 teaspoon of cornflour dissolved in water (optional)

Despite of the ingredients, yee mee is actually easy to cook. All you need to do is sautรƒยฉ the chopped garlic and then pour in the light soya sauce and oyster sauce. Mix well, add in the waterร‚ย  stir lightly and simmer for about 5 minutes.

When the soup is boiling, add in the cabbage and the yeemee. Thickens the soup with dissolved cornflour mixture if you prefer.

And crack an egg onto the yeemee. Add in salt and pepper to taste. Omit if you feel don’t like your food to be salty and peppery, though.

Turn off the fire, and stir the egg into the yeemee well.

Take out and serve while piping hot.

Yield: 2 servings

Preparation time: 15 minutes


Cleffairy: On a dark and rainy night, I would prefer my tummy to be all fuzzy and warm with such comfort food. How about you?

24 comments

  1. claire says:

    I thought last time u have a food recipe blog, Cleff? I think u better “revive” that blog.. sure got biz one.. seems easy to me.. i think i can do it hor?

    • Cleffairy says:

      *sigh* I’m damn lazy wan lerr, Claire… see I got time or not to go and copy and paste over there. Kakakaka… no ppl bother to go there and read oso wud. Sien onli. Have to see my mood lerr…

      Gosh, Claire… all my recipe easy peasy wan lerr…. I dun do complicated cooking, so if I can do it, so can you. Hahahahahahah!

  2. kathy says:

    wei..u curi my bowl ah? I got a similar bowl leh..kakakaka..Ya lor sometimes lazy dont know what to eat also …Mameeeeeee

  3. kelvin says:

    Ur blog has become a food blog oredi~
    I think not stirring the egg 1st is better, just let it cook until it hardens then stir.

    • Cleffairy says:

      Ya… some people prefer if the egg is not stirred… but I prefer it stirred, especially when I dun put diluted cornflour inside… need the egg to thicken the soup. ๐Ÿ˜€

    • Cleffairy says:

      Hahahha… this is actually yeemee pokai… lolol… aiyo, actually I wanna put other things inside, but I was out of groceries lerr… haven’t go and stock up yet. Just make do with what I have, ๐Ÿ˜€

  4. fatty oldman says:

    yee mee nice n simple to cook but wen ask to choose cold n dark nite i stil prefer soup…when thre companion herbal soup da best as it ade me stronger… ๐Ÿ˜€

  5. CHVoon says:

    please dont feel bad ar…

    the look is not so nice heheehehe

    but the taste maybe great.

    the main point is u like it. ๐Ÿ˜›

    • Cleffairy says:

      Yea, I know the look is not nice. All my cooking oso look like shit wan ma, but den again, i dun care about looks wan la… lol… if I care about looks horr, I sure camwhore along with the bowl liao leh. LOLOLOL! Actually the main point is so far I not yet poison anyone with my cooking yet. LOLOL… everyone who eats my cooking still alive, so consider okay lohh!

  6. Annie Q says:

    i love yee mee. Hmmm…maybe i should cook this on the weekend for my boys. Thanks for sharing. This sound “a bit” simple to me. hahahhahahha

  7. Joanne Tiew says:

    Cleff, I must say that you are a good and creative cook. All the food here are yummilicious:-)

    My dotter is a big fans of yi min and we named it as “brown colour noodle”.

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