Change the menu meal for the kids last weekend and cooked Mee Suah Soup instead of porridge for both of them. I realize that they love the Mee Suah more than the porridge that I used to cooked for them. It could be they just get bored with it I think.
I missed my Ah Mah's Mee Suah and she cooked Mee Suah for me most of the time when I was a kid. I still remember she will cooked for me on my birthday and this will complement with two hard boiled red eggs. Try to follow her style of cooking Mee Suah but still find that hers is the best.
As for the soup base, there is no salt and MSG added into it. Purely use ikan bilis, dried oyster and scallops to boil the stocks. The stocks is sweet enough and the Mee Suah is salty and once it is added to the soup it will be just nice. That is the reason why I didn't use any salt here. Here is the full recipe :
A bunch of ikan bilis
10 pcs dried oyster, chopped into half
10 pcs dried scallops
1 litre water
4 sticks of mee suah, break into 1/2
1 egg, beaten
Some sesame oil
1. Put in ikan bilis, dried oyster and scallops in the water. Bring to boil for 1/2 hour.
2. Remove ikan bilis once the stocks is done. Leave aside.
3. Heat some oil in a pan and fry the egg. Used the spatula and cut the egg into small pieces.
4. Pour in the stocks and bring to boil again.
5. Add in the Mee Suah and let it simmer for about 10 minutes or until the Mee Suah is soft.
6. Then add in some sesame oil. Dish and serve.
Both of them like the Mee Suah Soup so much and finish up the whole bowl of it !