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Protein
35.3g / 16%
Carbohydrates
80.2g / 39%
Fats
41.6g / 44%
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Asian - style Easy Main course

Mamak Fried MAGGI Mee Curry

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15Min
Easy
Why head to the mamak when you can cook it yourself! Chewy noodles, sprinkled with seasoning, vegetables, and eggs to whet the appetite.

Ingredients

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1 serving
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2  tbsp
Corn Oil
50  g
Red Onion
50  g
Garlic
100  g
Prawns
1 
Egg
1  packet
MAGGI® 2-Minute Noodles Curry
1  tsp
Sweet Soy Sauce
1  tbsp
Water
30  g
Mustard Greens (Sawi)
30  g
Cabbage
30  g
Carrot
30  g
Tofu
2 
Lime
3  tbsp
Spring Onion
20  g
Red chili

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Nutrition Value

Energy
825 kcal
Protein
35.33 g
Carbohydrates
80.2 g
Fats
41.57 g
Information per serving
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Instruction

15 Minutes
Step1
3 Min
Heat wok with corn oil, sauté red onion and garlic.
Step2
3 Min
Break egg and add fresh prawn and sauté until cooked.
Step3
2 Min
Add MAGGI® Mee which was boiled and the water drained, MAGGI® Mee Curry seasoning, soya sauce, water and then mix well.
Step4
5 Min
Add mustard leaf, cabbage, carrot, dan tofu. Mix well until cooked.
Step5
2 Min
Serve with calamansi lime, spring onion and red chilli.
Mamak Fried MAGGI Mee Curry

Step1 of 5

: Corn Oil, Red Onion, Garlic

Heat wok with corn oil, sauté red onion and garlic.

Mamak Fried MAGGI Mee Curry

Step2 of 5

: Egg, Prawns

Break egg and add fresh prawn and sauté until cooked.

Mamak Fried MAGGI Mee Curry

Step3 of 5

: MAGGI® 2-Minute Noodles Curry, Water, Sweet Soy Sauce

Add MAGGI® Mee which was boiled and the water drained, MAGGI® Mee Curry seasoning, soya sauce, water and then mix well.

Mamak Fried MAGGI Mee Curry

Step4 of 5

: Mustard Greens (Sawi), Carrot, Tofu, Cabbage

Add mustard leaf, cabbage, carrot, dan tofu. Mix well until cooked.

Mamak Fried MAGGI Mee Curry

Step5 of 5

: Lime, Red chili, Spring Onion

Serve with calamansi lime, spring onion and red chilli.

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