An essential ingredient of most Asian cuisines, Hokkien Mee (also known as Hokkien Noodles) is fresh, slightly chewy with a pale yellow hue deep yellow colour. Hokkien Mee is made from oil, water, flour and salt, and the long, uncut noodles are considered a household staple.
Hokkien Mee is found in dishes from all around the world, however the most popular dishes to use the yellow noodle originated in Malaysia, Singapore and China. They’re most commonly used in stir fries and soups. The rich flavour of the noodle immersed in a soup of soy sauce, meat broth and vegetables create a delicious meal.
Traditional Hokkien Mee dishes are a Malaysian and Singaporean meal that originate from China’s Fujian province. The dish generally consists of noodles with a mixture of pork, prawns and squid, served with vegetables and sambal sauce.
All natural and preservative free, Kang Kang Noodles have reinvented the fresh noodle. Unlike other alternatives, Kang Kang Noodles don’t need to be refrigerated, yet have a shelf-life of 3-4 weeks so you don’t have to use the packet the day you buy it. Why don’t they have to be refrigerated? Our fresh noodles are all pasteurised, meaning they’re safe to be eaten without refrigeration, pre-boiling or even rinsing the noodles!
Best of all, our products are now available in Wholegrain, making them even healthier for Singaporeans. Wholegrains are proven to assist with diabetes and heart disease prevention, can aid with indigestion and provide you with lots of good vitamins for your body. Read about the benefits of wholegrains here.
We’ve created some delicious Hokkien Mee recipes. The great thing is that they are varied so no matter what your preference – meat or vegetarian, spicy or mild – there’s a recipe for you. Try this delicious Stir-Fried Hokkien Prawn Noodles or Chef Eric Teo’s Hokkien Noodles in Spicy Bean Paste Soup. Or for something super easy, there’s our Braised Beef Hokkien Noodles recipe.
Hokkien Mee is a delicious addition to many meals. You can even create your own Hokkien Mee stir fry – all you need is some vegetables, meat or fish, a few sauce options so you can create your marinade, and a packet of Kang Kang Hokkien Mee. Discover where to buy Kang Kang Noodles through our easy store locator here.