Stir-fried spaghetti hokkien mee style

Elevate a classic hawker dish with juicy lobster tails and a generous sprinkling of chillies and crispy white bait. You don’t even need prawn stock for this recipe—the natural sweetness of lobster meat is a good substitute.
By epicure
Published on Thursday, 25 Apr 2013
Cuisine
Asian
Type of Meal
Mains
Vegetarian-friendly
No
Level of Difficulty
Easy
Speed
Quick

Elevate a classic hawker dish with juicy lobster tails and a generous sprinkling of chillies and crispy white bait. You don’t even need prawn stock for this recipe—the natural sweetness of lobster meat is a good substitute.

Serves 2 Prep time 10 minutes
Cook time 10 minutes


1 tbsp olive oil
60g diced onions
30g minced garlic
70g lobster tail
70g squid rings
25g sliced red chillies
200g spaghetti, blanched
2 tbsp olive oil
pinch salt and pepper

Garnish
50g crispy white bait (silver fish)
35g bean sprouts
20g spring onions

• Heat up a wok with olive oil and fry the onions and garlic till fragrant.
• Add lobster tail, squid, chillies and spaghetti and cook for another 4-6 minutes. Keep stirring and braise for another 5 minutes.
• Arrange spaghetti and seafood on a plate. Garnish with crispy white bait, bean sprouts and spring onions.