Monday, December 03, 2007

My Dry Version Pan Mee + Soup



I wanted to try something different. And since I have a packet of Ina Pan Mee and some ground pork, so I was thinking of making Pan Mee but the dry version. I have seen some dry version emerging from some food blogs lately but I have never tasted it before. Can't even buy it here if I wanted to, so how? Have to make my own lor.



So, here's my version after mixed it together. Just like ko lor mee/wontan mee sauce but using this pan mee noodle instead. I used oyster sauce, sweet soy sauce, dark soy sauce, white pepper and garlic oil.


I made this soup with the seasonings came with the Ina pan mee. Added chai hsin (green) and frozen dumplings to boil it together. What a satisfying dinner it turned out to be. Oh yeah prepared some cut chili padi to eat with the noodle, hor jiak!



This is the picture of the Ina Pan Mee, taken from mytasteofasia.com. I like the Ina Yee Mee too, very good!


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10 comments:

beachlover said...

hmmmm....yummy.. 'kwan loh mein"..must make one day after visit asia mart first:))

daphne said...

doh doh doh! blogger crashed and my last comment didn't go through (blank screen after I submitted).

I love pan mee! My must have in SG! I dont think they have this in Perth though. =(

Your sauce for the dry version looks very good. I have to try it. I usually make my dry noodles with oyster sauce, sesame oil and sambal (Must have!).

Andaliman said...

now, you're making me hungry... I love everything about mie, wonton

tigerfish said...

The Pan Mee looks like what we know as Mee Pok in Singapore. The Pan Mee I know of is much much wider.
The meat sauce I make usually just Tau You (dark soy) and black vinegar.

Big Boys Oven said...

Your post just brought fond memories to me, I used to have this when I was a wee kid. We were so joyful when this dish was served. I can remember how tasty it was and adding some sambal belachan, it was just like made in heaven.......

singairishgirl said...

Wah shiok man. *slurp*

Little Corner of Mine said...

Thanks beachlover. Yeah, you should, I made it once in a while.

Daphne, this is my basic sauce, no idea how to make other sauce...hahaha....

Hehehe Andaliman, yes, you made some delicious wonton mee too.

Tigerfish, the pan mee I know is wider too. But this one is instant one lah....hahaha...cut by the machine. Hmmm...tau you and black vinegar...maybe I should try that for my noodle next time cause hubby not a fan of black vinegar.

BBOven, yeah hor, I never thought of serving it with sambal belachan, only chili padi, next time will have to try it with sambal belachan. Sweating while enjoying the noodle right? LOL!

Shiok is right singairishgirl! :)

Sweet Jasmine said...

i like to buy the dried flat mee in packet form to make dried kon lo ...i have tried the ina brand of pan mee..taste good too...lucky to get it in US...

Little Corner of Mine said...

Hi sweet Jasmine,
I actually like Ina yee mee more...hehehe...yes, we are lucky we get to order it online at myTOA, without Ray, I didn't even know such products existed.

East Meets West Kitchen said...

Yum! You just reminded me to add pan mee to my list of must have food during my trip. Thanks gf!