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Braised Yee Mee
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g pork fillets, cut in slices (1 cm)
or 150 g boneless chicken drumsticks, cut in slices (1 cm)
- 20 g light soy sauce, plus 1 tsp for marinating
- 1 tsp sesame oil, dark (roasted)
- 2 pinches white pepper powder, adjust to taste
- 15 g garlic cloves
- 30 g oil
- 10 g fresh ginger, cut in thin slices
- 10 g oyster sauce
- 10 g dark soy sauce
or ½ tsp chicken stock powder
- 450 - 500 g water
- 400 g dried yee mee (Chinese e-fu noodles)
- 120 g choy sum (sawi), stems removed
g prawns, deshelled
or 100 g fish cakes, cut in thin slices
sprig spring onion, chopped, to garnish
or 1 sprig coriander leaves, chopped, to garnish
- per 1 portion
- 1113 kJ / 266 kcal
- 13 g
- 39 g
- 7 g
- 1 g
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