If there’s one dish my family always asks for, it’s fried noodles! And braised ee fu noodles are always a top request. Of course, most of the time they ask for char bee hoon – you know how obsessed this family is with char bee hoon! There are many ways I cook char bee hoon, and this recipe from 2013 OMG is one of them. I don’t really use stock cubes anymore nowadays and instead use a bit of hao chi seasoning (haha). Yes I use chicken powder/hao chi in some of my cooking because I don’t think they/MSG are bad at all!
This is one dish that Jason asks for over and over- Claypot Ee Mee. Ee Mee, also called “Yi Mein”, “Ee-fu Noodles” or “Yee Mee”, depending on your dialect group, is essentially a type of wheat noodles, DEEP FRIED and usually sold in a packet of 4-5 round noodle blocks.