Fried Hokkien Noodles

my husband and i agreed that i will do the cooking during weekends. this is to give me other things to do apart from cleaning baby’s bum. kidding. i need some variety because i kept on doing the same things everyday and i kinda miss cooking. i used to cook for my family when i was in 6th grade after going home from school. but i’m not an expert cook, ok? my limited cooking skills only knows stir fry, tinola, adobo and nilagang baboy/baka/patatas/itlog/etc. 

truth be told, “a happy wife is a happy life”or also can be “a happy mommy makes a happy baby.” so here, i’m back in the kitchen and sharing one of the recipes i randomly found from the cook book. it’s an easy stir fried hokkien noodles recipe which surprisingly tastes good.

despite being sleepy and it’s almost 11pm, i still have some energy to cook our baon for tomorrow. well, nakakapilit talaga magka energy pag nalalapit na ang payday ni sir at hingalo na ang bank account. haha!


  • cooking oil
  • sesame oil
  • chopped garlic
  • chopped spring onions
  • 1 red capsicum chopped
  • 1 bag raw prawns
  • chopped chili – i only added 1 piece this time just to tease my dish
  • button mushrooms sliced thinly
  • 1 pack (2 bags inside) of hokkien noodles
  • sugar
  • salt and pepper to taste
  • 2 tbsp of soy sauce
  • 2 tbsp of water
  • sesame seeds (optional)


  • add the cooking oil and sesame oil together in a high heat pan.
  • add the garlic, prawns, spring onions and chili. stir fry for 5 minutes and put in a separate bowl once the prawn starts to look cooked.



  • add another serving of oil and sesame oil then sauté the capsicum and mushroom together.


  • once the mushroom turns brown, add the noodles.


  • add the water, sugar and soy sauce and let the noodles cook for at least 5 minutes. note: the hokkien noodles is already pre-cooked in the packaging so don’t need to cook it for too long. 
  • add the bowl of prawn mixture to the noodles and continue cooking for the next 3-5 minutes.
  • season with salt and pepper to taste. you can also garnish the noodles with some sesame seeds on top.

and the finished product, voilà! lez eat!

fried hokkien noodles
fried hokkien noodles