Mee Goreng Mamak, or Mamak Fried Noodles, is one of those local dishes in Indonesia, Malaysia. Be it breakfast, lunch, tea, dinner, supper, or some insane hour of the night or early morning, you can easily find a 24-hour Mamak restaurant ready to serve a freshly cooked plate of Mee Goreng just for you. The word Mamak is derived from the Tamil word for uncle, although in Malaysia it typically refers to restaurants run by or serving Indian Muslim food among many other southern Indian-influenced dishes. We got one of the exp chefs who would like to show us how to make mee goreng exclusive for Tamil audience from Malaysia, we hope you enjoy the video and support us to make more dishes.
INGREDIENTS 4 chopped fried onions 4 eggs 2 large tomato, roughly chopped 4 packet (450g) yellow noodles chopped coriander leaves Green Chillies 4-5 Garlic bulb roughly chopped optional 1 1/4 cup chopped Cabbage 1 1/4 cup bean sprouts 2 1/2 tbsp cooking oil Team DoP – Shanmugam Selvadurai https://www.instagram.com/sphotography_8/