Friday, July 18, 2008


Mee suah is a versatile can cook it in
a variety of is made from wheatflour. for
the Hokkien people the mee sauh is a must for can be cooked in many styles..soup or dry.
first you need fish stock soup
bring it to a boil, add in vegetables, fish balls
sliced fish, and in the mee suah and it is ready
to be serve. no msg just add a few drops of
olive oil to prevent the mee suah from being

below are two types of cooked mee suah:

mee suah noodles

sliced garoper fish

choy sam

white cabbage

home made fish paste

fish balls white cabbage mee suah

sliced garouper fish meat with choy sam mee suah

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