65. KOKA Spicy Singapore Fried Noodles

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Singapore style noodles may not have originated in Singapore actually, according to Wikipedia! This dish known as Xing Zhou Mi Fen in Singapore and is a vermicelli based dish. Interesting!

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 Cooking instructions-

  1. Place noodles into boiling water and cook for 2 minutes.
  2. Mix seasoning powder and oil together in a plate while noodles are cooking.
  3. Drain noodles well and transfer to plate.
  4. Mix noodles with seasoning and serve

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Standard block of wheat noodles by KOKA.

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The seasoning powder and oil have a beautiful color on them! While the seasoning powder is a mix of tomato powder, garlic, ginger, chilli and paprika, the seasoning oil is canola based and seems to be infused with some chilli.

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A very pretty bowl from Bangkok!

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Firstly, the seasonings coat the noodles really well with a light oily coating that leaves a lingering taste on your lips! Secondly, the noodles have a great chew to them (be sure not to over cook them).

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The taste is a great balance between spiciness and sweetness. The paprika in there does its magic too and lends this incredible smoky flavor to this dish.

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Added a chicken sausage, purely for fun purposes because this needs no add ons honestly.

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Was expecting this to be spicier than it actually is (I mean did you look at the mean colors on that seasonings!).

I am going to stock up on these for sure, it makes for a very comforting bowl of instant noodles.

Rating: 5/5

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