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.
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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.