Premium Abalone with Ee Fu Noodles


Aside from tossing Yu Sheng (Raw Fish) on the seventh day of the Chinese New Year also known as “Everyone’s Birthday,”  it’s often a day  to eat noodles, which symbolized longevity.


One can whole Abalone

One packet Ee Fu Noodles

Two stalks Chinese leeks (shredded)

Six pieces dried Shiitake Mushrooms (soaked and sliced thinly)

1 large carrot (shredded)

2 tablespoons minced garlic

2 tablespoons Premium Oyster sauce

1 tablespoon Abalone Sauce

1 teaspoon coarse sugar

1 tablespoon Sesame Oil


Cut the abalone into slices and set aside. Discard the can water.

In a wok, add some cooking oil and fry the minced garlic till fragrant.

Add the sliced Shiitake mushrooms and carrots and stir well.

After five minutes, add the Ee fu noodles and break them into smaller portion and fry together with the ingredients.

Add two bowls of home prepared chicken stock to soften the noodles.

After five minutes, add the seasoning and mix thoroughly.

Finally, add the shredded Chinese leeks and cook for another 3 minutes.

Taste the noodles and adjust the flavour to your own likeness.

In a clean pan, add a teaspoon of cooking oil, minced garlic  and fry the abalone slices for 2 to 3 minutes.

Add the oyster sauce, a little bit of sugar and sesame oil.

Do not overcook the abalone slices otherwise it will turn rubbery.

Add one tablespoon of Abalone Sauce for more flavourful taste.

Serve the Ee Fu noodles into individual plate and add a few pieces of the abalone to go along with the noodles.

Simple dish with flavourful sauce mixture.

Cooking is about combination of ingredients and sauces.


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