Hae mee

Hae mee (虾面; pinyin: xiāmiàn.

Hae mee (虾面; pinyin: xiāmiàn), o 'fideos de gambas', se trata de una sopa de fideos muy popular en Malasia y Singapur. A veces se puede referir a un plato de fideos fritos conocido como Hokkien mee.

Características

Los fideos de huevo se sirven sobre un reciepiente con un caldo de carne muy concentrado al que se le añade gambas, rodajas de cerdo, unas rodajas de pastel de pescado y algunos brotes de soja cubierto con unas chalotas fritas y cebollas de primavera. El caldo está elaborado con pasta de gambas, diversas cabezas de langostinos y mariscos diverso, pimienta blanca, ajo y otra especies según gusto del cocinero. Tradicionalmente se añade algo de manteca a la sopa pero hoy en día es menos común debido a las preocupaciones por la salud.

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