Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Mauritian style stir fried noodles

When I have a craving for a good stir fried noodles, I make my own noodles using eggs and flour and my pasta hand machine. I like the taste much better. Fresh with just the right texture , it cannot be beat. However, since it's something we all cannot afford to do, store bought egg noodles work just as fine. Make sure you follow the instruction for boiling before proceeding .

500 g noodles (fresh home made or store bought egg noodles pre-boiled)
150 g thinly sliced carrots
150 g thinly shredded cabbage
50 g bean sprouts
Garlic leaves chopped or green onions
200 g chicken cut into small pieces
4 eggs
2 tbs of dark soya sauce
1 tbs of fish sauce
1 tbs of oyster sauce
chopped garlic
3-4 tbs of peanut oil or vegetable oil


Marinate chicken with oyster sauce , pepper and set aside
Heat oil in wok
Add carrots and fry till tender
Add cabbage followed by bean sprouts
Take out vegetables from the wok
Now add chicken pieces and fry till done
remove and clean wok
Heat 2 tbs of oil
Add garlic
fry till golden brown
Add noodles followed by all vegetables
Add the soya sauce and the fish sauce
keep mixing
add chopped garlic leaves or green onions
Add chicken pieces
Beat eggs add salt and pepper and fry in pan . Shred into pieces and add to noodles
Serve hot with hot sauce

Shrimps, prawns or other seafood can be used
Beef can be used instead of chicken
Garlic leaves easily available at the chinese stores


  1. Hello Please share your Homemade Noodle recipe :)

  2. Hello Fadeela, Thank you for visiting my blog. Will post recipe soon.

  3. Hi Sajeeda,

    My name is KP Kwan. a restaurateur from Malaysia who loves to cook and write.

    Recently I wrote an article about stir-frying dishes in different parts of the world.

    I am delighted to find your recipe: Mauritian style stir fried noodles , and have included it in the recipe collection in my article.

    Your recipe will definitely an asset to this colorful selection which will be viewed by many gastronomers and food enthusiasts.

    Your recipe is linked back to the original page, so the readers can view the full recipe on your web page.

    In addition, I would like to seek your permission to use the recipe image too. I have published it in the article (with a link too) and please let me know if you are comfortable with it.

    You can find your recipe listed here: (Rest of the world section)

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    Thank you for your wonderful recipe and would love to hear from you soon.

    KP Kwan