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Seafood Noodles

Oodles of Noodles! One can never get enough of them! This type of noodles, are usually served in a claypot and its called Claypot Seafood Noodles. I don't have any claypots at home so, I will just name them Seafood Noodles. I am using the deep fried noodles, also known as "Yee Mee". If you can't get hold of this noodles, you can always substitute them with deep fried chow mein noodles or, the instant noodles would be good too. Just leave the seasoning out.

Seafood Noodles


1 packet Deep Fried Noodles
2 cups Cabbage, julienne
2 cups Carrot, julienne
200g Prawns, shelled
500g Clams
3 stalk Scallions, chopped
12 cups Chicken Stock
4 Eggs
Deep Fried Dried Beancurd
Roasted Sesame Oil
Sea Salt to taste
Ground White Pepper


Bring the chicken stock to a boil and season it with sea salt. Add the julienne cabbage and carrots. Let the vegetables cook for about 10 seconds. Then add the clams, prawns, noodles, cracked 1 egg and top it with few pieces of deep fried dried beancurd.

Cook for about 4 to 5 minutes and add a few drops of sesame oil. Ladle the noodles into a soup bowl and top it with chopped scallions, deep fried shallots and some ground white pepper.

Note: This recipe is for 4 servings. Make sure you cook 1 serving at a time.

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  1. Yee mee is my fav. Unfortunately cant find any here. I tried buying a few times but they just dont have that "yeemee" taste tht im used to.

  2. You are rite about the "yee mee" taste! I can't get any in Vancouver too.

  3. lovely! I used to order claypot seafood noodles everytime I visited certain food courts, there was a good one in Jusco a looong time ago hehe..can't find yee mee in San Diego either!

  4. That is one tasty looking noodle bowl!



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