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Fried Hokkien Mee
Ho Huat Fried Hokkien Prawn Mee does the wet type of fried hokkien mee. The fried hokkien mee uses a mixture of yellow noodles and thick mee hoon wok fried with eggs, some bean sprouts and spring onions. It is then simmered in a broth with prawns, sotong and pork belly added. This results in a fried hokkien mee that is wet and soaking in a broth.
The fried hokkien mee itself is quite springy and flavourful. The prawn is tastes decently fresh, the sotong is fairly soft and the pork belly is meaty with some soft fatty parts. It comeas served with a piece of green lime and a dollop of dried shrimp flavoured chilli paste that is slightly spicy and slightly savoury. The chilli pairs rather well with the fried hokkien mee.
This fried hokkien mee is nice. I like it.
Besides fried hokkien mee, fried rice is available as well. This plate of fried rice comes with prawns, lap cheong and crab sticks with some green peas, spring onions and egg added.
The fried rice has a nice firm and dry texture and has rather nice flavours. The prawn tastes decently fresh, the lap cheong has a slightly sweet taste and the crab stick is the regular type. It comes served with a dollop of dried shrimp flavoured chilli paste on the side.
This plate of fried rice is rather nice too.
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Ho Huat Fried Hokkien Prawn Mee