First the fish, now fried noodles. You may be thinking I should have a cooking blog or a recipe blog or a food blog instead. But no, spare me from those niches of blogs as I don’t have passion for cooking. I can’t whip a buffét you know, and I can only make one dish every meal. As a matter of fact, hubby is a better cook than I am. But I can try, as long as I don’t invite people to eat my food, hehehe! Yesterday, I tried out the recipe for Chow Mein or Fried Noodles that Farah gave me about a week ago. I actually asked for it so to prepare on hubby’s birthday, but under circumstances I couldn’t do it then.
I was surprised with what the recipe turned out to be. It’s similar to what we call in the Philippines, Pansit! Though we don’t do it spicy as this one. Surprisingly, hubby likes it so much. I’ve done Pansit before but he would just taste a little potion of it. But this one has more taste and perhaps it’s the spice that’s inviting to his mouth, lol! I forgot to buy the onion springs, though. Farah, hubby and me want to thank you for this delightful Chow Mein! What do you think, dear. Should it look like this? Be the judge, hehehe!
Keith Stahr says
Between this site and the kusinera blog I frequent, I feel like I am destined to start cooking filipino food….. Pancit and bistek…. sizzling bangus, kare-kare, and so on…. Oh no I am getting hungry.
Salamat. I appreciate any visitors to my own personal “ramblings”
Keith, you know pancit, bistek, bangus and kare-kare? I’m surprised! You speak filipino (tagalog), too… Salamat din sa iyo…
Looks really really yum!
Btw, I’ve got a tag for you related to food 🙂 Feed the hungry.
Thanks, Rozella, hehee. Oh, first an award, now a tag, thank you. I’ll check it out later, dear.
I am so speechless here- I don’t know if I should take credits or I should totally give you all the credits for doing it so perfectly! my god my, I am so so glad your hubby loved it! and I could see the egg sliced on top of that noodles- you are awesome!!!
it’s OK not to put the onion springs on top, but if you do, it would add more colours to the chow mein. yes- it totally should look like this and you made it perfectly!! i want to give you a hug because you did it perfectly and another hug because you guys love the noodles!!!! i am so happyyyy!!!
Farah, thank you, thank you! I’ll make it a little more spicy next time, it tastes really good. Yesss, I agree about onion springs, hehee.
Weee, hugs to you, too! I’ll do this Chow Mein more often. 🙂
Asan na yong pix ng sexy leps mo mys? HAHAHA…
Nga pala belated sa hubby mo k!
Ehehee, baka sa weekend ko na magawa, diwata. Sexy? Bwahaha!
Nick Phillips says
Food! So early in the morning … can you hear my stomach growling? LOL! That looks delicious though …
Sorry, Nick, you can’t eat my pansit. It has prawns which you have allergy to, hehehe!
yuuummm oohh…..sarap naman nyan. kakagutom…penge ako ate.
Billygirl, nahihiya akong i-share yan, ano…. Di kasi ako magaling magluto, hehee.
wow how thrilling! now you will cook this often too, actually i love chow mein, it’s really easy to cook and it taste good too. yeah, make it more spicy, and you could add tomatoes too (after putting the chicken/prawns). if you want more taste, add some chinese cabbage as well (sliced small).
well, now that you know the basis of it, you can add things as you wish and make it customised to your taste! 🙂
Aha! that’s a good idea, Farah. Adding more ingredients makes it more appealing. Thank you, dearie.
Hindi ko maintindihan yang photo kung picture yan ng pansit luglog or ginisang squid. Parang mas madami pa yata yung sahog sa pansit. Hehehe!
Sorry I’m not familiar with Chow Mein even if I’m a good cook. Chowking ang alam ko fren. 🙂
Jessie, tama ka, napadami nga ang sahog niyan, sobra! Chow Mein, yun siguro ang pansit sa Malaysia, hehehe… Palibhasa di kasi ako mahilig magluto. 🙁