Mie TiTi

Serves 2

Long..long time ago when I was still a student, my friends and I had to come to an event in Makassar. There were 5 of us, all girls. It was quite a long trip. We had to take the train to Surabaya that took almost a day. Luckily, one of ours friend boyfriend was in Surabaya, so he and his friends picked us up and we stayed at their house because we had to cruise with a ship across the ocean and the ship departed at night.  Because we had fun and chit chat alot we went from their house very late. At, the dock, we ran like mad and had almost miss the ship because they already pull up the stairs half way. “Waiit for UUSSSS!” We screamed, but the funny part, my friends boyfriend and his friend run along behind us and they also screamed “STOOPP”. So the stairs was put again and we climbed up with our bags up the ship. We waived to the boys and they waived back..Gee truly some kind of Titanic scene…buahahaha..It was a small ship but cozy and clean. Inside we met our other friends from other universities so we had a blast. On the first day when we arrived in Makassar, we were taken to the famous Mie Titi , it was just fried rice noodles covered with capcay and very tasty. At last, I found a recipe that is a remake of that Mie Titi I miss.

3 garlic cloves
½ medium sized onions
4 tbs oyster sauce
3 tbs light Chinese soy sauce
salt and pepper to taste
500 ml water
1 egg
2 tbs starch
1 cup broccoli
½ cup cut carrots
2 pok coys
1 cup diced chicken
1 pre fried rice noodles

How to prepare:
-beat egg, set aside
-cut onion and garlic into small pieces
-boil water and cook the broccoli, carrot, pokcoy half done, set aside
-fry oil and sauté the onion and garlic until fragrant
-add the chicken and cook half done
-add 400 ml water, oyster sauce, soy sauce, salt and pepper to taste
-when really boiled, add the egg little by little while stirring
-dilute starch with water, add into the soup while stirring
-when the soup is thick, add all the vegetables and turn off heat
-arrange the prefried rice noodles on a place
-pour on top of the noodles


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