Who knows how to make Hakka Mee?

I had blogged about this shop selling Hakka Mee in a previous post. However, I did not manage to get a shot of the Hakka Mee.  Hakka Mee is like spaghetti bologna, minus the tomatoes.  The noodles are handmade with flour and eggs, I suppose. It is smooth and still springy.  As for the sauce, that’s what I am curious to know.  I know it is made of minced pork cooked in a mixture of soya sauce and preserved bean paste (taucheo).

There is no cloying taste of lard, just mild taste of the meat sauce and slurpy noodle.  I did Google a bit and found that other stalls added in char siew.  I think this is not so suitable because char siew is Cantonese,no?  So, give me plain simple meat sauce, spring onions and noodle anytime.

Our visit is not complete without double orders of this pop-pop-chui.   Fried beancurd skin.  My kids love them.

A bowl of plain soup with a variety of fishballs stuffed with okra, bitter gourd, aubergine and other stuffs.

So, any Hakka out there who knows how to make the sauce?  I probably know how to make the noodle.:P

Post Author: lilian

Used to be PenangFaces, now known as Food Haven, for all oink-oink foods

8 thoughts on “Who knows how to make Hakka Mee?

    Rasa Malaysia

    (November 20, 2006 - 1:43 pm)

    The Fishballs and the Yong Tow Foo look soooo good. I am a fish ball addict. I was just telling my friend in the US that the fish balls here suck. They “kembang” after cooking, meaning they are made of flour. 🙁

    Ho Jiak

    (November 22, 2006 - 9:39 am)

    I also like the Hakka Mee from this stall very much, and I think the sauce not include the preserved bean paste (taucheo), I feel they also got put a bit of garlic for the sauce.
    The best and best here is the Pok-Pok Chui Fried beancurd skin and the herba chicken!! Yummy!

    Ho Jiak

    (November 22, 2006 - 9:40 am)

    Rasa : Try to do your own fish ball!


    (November 22, 2006 - 4:12 pm)

    how can i join this conversation? i wish to ask for a recipe for claypot rice w/ wax duck & chinese sausages…can u assist?

    K Sin

    (November 23, 2006 - 4:01 am)

    Does anyone knows the direction to this shop? Is it along the shops on the right hand side after coming down from the flyover towards the round about?

    Ho Jiak

    (November 23, 2006 - 10:39 am)

    K Sin , I think you are right.
    The road name call Persiaran Pantai Jerjak.


    (February 27, 2007 - 1:44 pm)

    just happened to be here while looking some recipe. saw a remark that you will trying to get a snapshot of the Hakka Mee. hopefully it’s the Seremban Hakka Mee you are referring. Here is the pic –


    (February 24, 2010 - 11:21 pm)

    May i know how to do hand made Hakka noodle? Do you have any recipe for it?

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