Cooking Tips: Mee Tai Bak
Classic Mee Tai Bak 米目
Mee Tai Bak is also known as Lao Shu Fen (老鼠粉), which probably derived from its unique shape similar to the tail of a mouse. This noodle variation has always been a hit for families with children because of how easy it is for kids to eat - with just a big spoon. Scroll down for 5 Handpicked Recipe Ideas
Wholegrain Mee Tai Bak (Healthier Choice)
For a healthier spin on the recipes, we recommend substituting mee tai bak with LG Wholegrain Mee Tai Bak - there is no difference in cooking methods or time.
General Cooking Directions:
Blanch: 10-20 seconds
Stir-Fry: 20-30 seconds
5 Handpicked Recipe Ideas For You:
1. Teochew Style Mee Tai Bak (recipe)
Easy and quick teochew-style recipe.
2. Malaysian Claypot Mee Tai Bak (recipe)
Best served piping hot - in a claypot.
3. Braised Mee Tai Bak (recipe)
Simple tasty recipe suitable for both lunch or dinner.
4. Mee Tai Bak Soup (recipe)
Children-friendly comfort food.
5. Mee Tai Bak Goreng (recipe)
Straight-forward and hassle-free rendition of mee tai bak goreng.