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Mee Rebus


Mee Rebus is one of my favourite breakfast items,  the problem with this dish is that

it takes about 2 hours to make!!  So we rarely make it at home.



Ingredients:



thick yellow noodles (oiled noddles)

bean sprouts

beef finely sliced

prawns, shelled and keep the shells

sweet potato flour (or other flour for thickening)

sweet potatoes (or potatoes)

coconut milk

eggs 

tofu

shallots, finely sliced

sour lime(or lime juice)

dark soya sauce (optional)

green chili, sliced (optional)

shrimp fry(baby shrimp)



Rempah:



garlic

dried chili

onion

tumeric

shollots

galangal

blacan(shrimp paste)

coriander powder

beanpaste (taocheo)

ground black pepper



preparation:



1. 	fry prawn shells in a little oil for several minutes, add water to make stock. 

	Strain.

2.	peel and boil sweet potatoes, then mash.

3.	boil eggs,  shell and cut into four.

4.	prepare rempah in blender, add prawn and blend till smooth.

5.	fry finely sliced shallots. 

6.	cut tofu into small cubes and deep fried in oil.

7.	dry fry the baby shrimps.



Method:



1.	 Fry rempah in oil till fragrant, add beef add prawn stock, coconut milk, mashed 

sweet potatoes. Thicken further with sweet potato flour (first mixed with water). The sauce 

should be thick and creamy.  Bring to boil and season to taste with salt and sugar.



2.	Bring a pot of water to boil, blanch bean sprouts.  briefly boiled the noodles.



To serve, place noodles and bean sprouts in a bowl and pour sauce over.  Add fried tofu, 

eggs, fried shallots, fried baby shrimp and squeeze lime over.  Green chilis and dark soya 

sauce are optional.



Note:



Beef maybe ommitted, fresh prawn maybe replaced with dried prawns.



Source - Thian's mom
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