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Deep Fried Wheat Vermicelli “Misoa Goreng” (Bilingual Eng-Indo)

“Misoa” is one of famous Chinese noodle made of wheat flour. It is very thin that’s very good when deep fried. It’s crispy outside yet soft and juicy inside. Fell free to add various veggies or meat, yet today I’m using chicken, carrot and leek only. Let’s get busy!

(Teman-teman, ini aku share resep Misoa goreng sederhana, hanya dikasih ayam cincang, parutan wortel sama rajangan bawang prei, cocok untuk snack sore hari. Bisa juga diganti daging sapi atau ikan sesuai selera. Aku cetak misoanya di loaf pan untuk bikin roti tawar yang model memanjang itu. Misoa yang udah digoreng berukuran 4×8 cm tebalnya 2 cm. Yuk, cobain!)

Deep Fried Wheat Vermicelli "Misoa Goreng" Deep Fried Wheat Vermicelli "Misoa Goreng"

Ingredients:

– 75 grams of Chinese Wheat Vermicelli (Misoa)

– 40 grams of ground chicken (daging ayam giling)

– 1 medium carrot –> peeled and grated using cheese grater (wortel –> kupas dan parut kasar dengan parutan keju)

– 1 leek –> tiny chop (bawang prei –> dirajang kecil)

– 2 cloves of garlic –> grate well (bawang putih –> parut halus)

– 1 tablespoon of soy sauce (kecap asin)

– 1 tablespoon of oyster sauce (saus tiram)

– 1/4 teaspoon of sugar (gula pasir)

– salt and ground black pepper (garam dan merica bubuk sesuai selera)

– 200 ml of water (air putih)

– 1 egg (telur ayam)

– 1 tablespoon of vegetable oil (minyak sayur)

– oil for frying (minyak untuk menggoreng)

Steps:

1. Heat the pan on medium, and saute the garlic until fragrant.

(Panaskan wajan dengan api medium dan tumis bawang putih hingga harum.)

2. Put in the chicken dan shred well using spatula until it forms tiny ground and cooked. Put in the carrot and leek. Stir for 2 minutes. Spice with soy sauce, oyster sauce, sugar, salt and ground black pepper.

(Masukkan ayam dan aduk hingga ayam berupa butiran kecil. Masukkan wortel dan bawang prei. Aduk rata selama 2 menit. Bumbui dengan kecap asin, saus tiram, gula pasir, garam dan merica bubuk sesuai selera.)

3. Pour with water and shimmer it. Put in the vermicelli and cook until really soft. Take the pan out off heat and slightly remove the vermicelli mix into bread loaf pan and flatten the surface evenly. Cool for 45-60 minutes on rom temperature.

(Tuang air kedalamnya dan didihkan. Masukkan misoa dan masak hingga lembut. Angkat panci dan api dan perlahan pindahkan misoa kedalam pan roti tawar dan ratakan permukaannya. Dinginkan selama 45-60 menit dalam suhu ruang.)

4. Heat the frying pan on medium with lot oil oil to deep fry. Beat the egg using fork. Take the vermicelli out of the pan and slightly cut it onto square/rectangle in your preference size. Dip the vermicelli in the egg wash and drip the excess well. Deep fry the vermicelli until golden brown and it sounds when you tap the surface with fork (that’s the sound of the crunchy surface^^). Take them out the oil and drain the excess well. Serve warm with your fave chili sauce. Yum.

(Panaskan wajan dengan api medium dengan banyak minyak untuk menggoreng. Kocok lepas telur. Keluarkan misoa dari cetakan roti tawar dan mulai potong sesuai selera. Celup potongan misoa dalam telur kocok dan tiriskan telur yang menetes. Goreng hingga coklat keemasan dan yang penting permukaan misoa berbunyi bila diketuk (bunyi renyah). Angkat dan tiriskan, Sajikan panas bersama saus kesayangan!)

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