Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Lobster Noodle

Bee of Rasa Malaysia took us out for a chinese lunch a couple of months ago. We had so much food and among the things that we ordered are the lobster noodle. I love noodle. I love lobster. Well, actually that's not quite true. I just love seafood! Normally when I buy a whole lobster from the supermarket, I would just steam them since cutting them into small pieces is not an easy task until I found out at Ranch 99 they do it for you for free!
Those 2 things (lunch with Bee and getting the lobster cut for me) are the reason why I was inspired to make this easy and delish meal on my own. It requires very minimal ingredients, which if you are my regular readers you'd know how I love easy-to-cook dish with minimal ingredients and minimal work as well.

Lobster Yee Mee

1 medium size lobster, cleaned and cut into smaller pieces
Kailan, cleaned and cut
3 garlic, thinly sliced
2in ginger, thinly sliced
2 cups water
1 egg
Salt and sugar to taste
Egg noodle, cooked according to packaging

1. In a big wok or pan, heat 3tbs vegetable oil and saute garlic and ginger, slowly add water and let it boiled.
2. Add salt and sugar, stir and taste. Add lobster and kailan and cover. 2min.
3. Uncover, give it a little stir and break an egg. Stir again.
4. Lastly add the cooked noodle and mix them up. Turn off the heat and serve immediately.
5. It can be eaten with pickled green chili and garnish with green onion.

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