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Soft thin rice noodle (mee sua) soup

Mee suah is soft thin rice noodle or very fine wheat vermicelli, commonly eaten by Chinese community. It's so~~~ good .. nothing more to say He he he..

Mee Suah Soup
Ingredients:
1 bundle of Mee suah (if you couldn't find any you may use bee hoon or regular vermicelli)
1 bowl of water
1/2 tbs salt
1/4 tbs chicken stock
1/2 tbs fish sauce
1 bundle of minced pork
5-8 shrimp
sliced leek

How to prepare:
Minced pork mix with little salt, chicken stock and corn starch/tapioca powder, then make small size of meat balls.
Boil water, add salt, chicken stock, fish sauce, meat balls and boil until meat is well cook.
Add mee suah, shrimp and sliced leek and boil for about 1-2 minutes. Serve on the bowl and sprinkle some fried shallots.

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