For 4 persons
Javanese noodles are one of our favorite super-fast dishes at home. It can be made with chicken or shrimp, or vegetarian with just mushrooms. I personally use a combination of organic chicken breast and mushrooms. This makes the dish healthier and we eat less meat.
With Javanese food, I always sprinkle serundeng and fried onions on top of the dish. If I have bean sprouts or sprouts, I put a little bit of those on top as well. Nice and crunchy and healthy!
- 90 grams of Javanese spice paste
- 400 grams fillet of chicken or tofu or other meat substitute
- 1/2 onion
- 4 tbsp olive oil or wok oil
- 250 grams noodles or rice noodles
- 450 grams of chopped ready-to-eat noodles or
- 450 grams homemade bami vegetables of leeks, cabbage and carrots,.
- 2 tbsp sweet soy sauce
- 2 tbsp salty soy sauce
- 2 tbsp fried onions
- 2 tbsp serundeng
- Finely chop the onion.
- Dice the chicken or meat substitute
- If you make the vegetable pack yourself, wash and cut the vegetables
- cook the noodles according to the instructions and make sure they are al dente, so not too soft.
- Always rinse with cold water!
- Heat oil in a wok pan and add onion and spice paste and briefly fry
- Add meat or meat substitute and stir-fry 3 minutes on high heat until cooked.
- Remove 1/2 of this dish from the pan to make a side dish, Surinamese sambal.
- Add the sweet and salty soy sauce to the pan and stir-fry briefly with bami vegetables.
- Fry the cooked noodles through the wok dish.
- Season with salt and pepper if necessary.
- Make Suriname sambal from the other half of the chicken by adding fried onions and serundeng and possibly sambal manis or other another pepper and stir well.
- Make a vegetarian Javanese stir-fry with a combination of cubed tofu, beans and mushrooms
- Make an omelet with leek or spinach in it
- Serve with Javanese chicken satay and Surinamese plantain with peanut sauce!
- Serve with side dishes such as prawn crackers, serundeng, fried onions and peanut sauce!