Yee Mee with Campbell Soup

by Angie Liew
Noodle symbolizes ‘long life’ or longevity to the Chinese.  This is mainly because it is lengthy.  A noodle dish is very often served during wedding or birthday celebrations. Noodles can be served in many ways: we can have it fried, soup or with gravy over it. This dish ( Yee Mee with Campbell soup) is specially dedicated to my daughter Miko. A standby quick meal she can easily dish up if she is rushing to university and no time to cook in Singapore. This dish is also for fans of Campbell soup. Only difference is it’s done the Asian way.

 

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Yee Mee with Campbell Soup
By Angie Liew of Huang Kitchen
Noodle symbolizes ‘long life’ or longevity to the Chinese. This is mainly because it is lengthy. A noodle dish is very often served during wedding or birthday celebrations. Noodles can be served in many ways: we can have it fried, soup or with gravy over it. This dish ( Yee Mee with Campbell soup) is specially dedicated to my daughter Miko. A standby quick meal she can easily dish up if she is rushing to university and no time to cook in Singapore. This dish is also for fans of Campbell soup. Only difference is it’s done the Asian way.
Ingredients
Seasoning for Noodles:
For gravy:
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Instructions
  1. Boil a pot of water. Cook the Yee Mee to remove excess oil.
    Boil a pot of water. Cook the Yee Mee to remove excess oil.
  2. In a casserole, mix well the seasoning for Yee Mee with the cooked noodles. Set aside.
    In a casserole, mix well the seasoning for Yee Mee with the cooked noodles. Set aside.
  3. Heat up wok. Add 1 tablespoon oil and add in the garlic. Stir fry until light brown.
    Heat up wok. Add 1 tablespoon oil and add in the garlic. Stir fry until light brown.
  4. Add in shitake mushroom, stir fry until fragrant, next add in chicken fillet.
    Add in shitake mushroom, stir fry until fragrant, next add in chicken fillet.
  5. Fry until chicken is about cooked.
    Fry until chicken is about cooked.
  6. Next add in 1 can of Campbell soup, then add 2 can of water ( soup: water = 1:2 ). Stir well.
    Next add in 1 can of Campbell soup, then add 2 can of water ( soup: water = 1:2 ). Stir well.
  7. Bring the soup mixture to a boil. Add the fish cake and button mushrooms. Add soy and dark soy sauce. Adjust to taste.
    Bring the soup mixture to a boil. Add the fish cake and button mushrooms. Add soy and dark soy sauce. Adjust to taste.
  8. Thicken the gravy a little with cornstarch mixture.
    Thicken the gravy a little with cornstarch mixture.
  9. Last add in the Choy sum/ Bak Choy. Switch off flame.
    Last add in the Choy sum/ Bak Choy. Switch off flame.
  10. Divide the seasoned Yee Mee into plates. Pour the hot gravy over it.
    Divide the seasoned Yee Mee into plates. Pour the hot gravy over it.
  11. Serve immediately with some cut red chillies/ cut bird’s eye chili.
    Serve immediately with some cut red chillies/ cut bird’s eye chili.
  12. The thickness of the gravy is on own preference. Some may like thicker sauce or vice versa.
    The thickness of the gravy is on own preference. Some may like thicker sauce or vice versa.
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This is a delicious egg noodles dish in a soupy gravy
 

A super nostalgic recipe in my household. Looks good! Taste great!
 
 
AS ALWAYS …. ENJOY!
 

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