Thanks to a nice shipment from the folks at Red Chef in Malaysia (you’ll see the unboxing soon), some Spicy Sakura Prawn Soup Noodle came and that was what I was waiting for! I thought a prawn mee from Malaysia in a loaf of bread could be interesting – especially if I dump a ton of shrimp in with it! Did it work? Of course it did! Check out the video and the recipe is down below.
Red Chef Spicy Sakura Prawn Bread – Malaysia
Watch the video and take it all in!
- 1 noodle block from Red Chef Spicy Sakura Prawn Soup Noodle
- 4 sachet sets from Red Chef Spicy Sakura Prawn Soup Noodle
- 2 tbsp fried crispy garlic
- 3/4 cup water
- 6 large shrimp
- 2 green onions, sliced transversely in 15mm increments
- 1 1/4 tsp yeast
- 1 tbsp oil
- Add water, sachet contents, and green onions. Add 1 cup flour. Add noodles and shrimp. Add rest of flour and top with yeast
- Set your bread machine to BASIC with LIGHT crust.
- Watch it knead closely. You might have to use some cooking spray or water during this process. I used both.
- On the second knead (when it beeps) add in the fried onion sachet contents.
- When it just starts to bake, add the crispy garlic on top
- Wait in silent anticipation then rejoice!
Finished (click to enlarge). Added Dodo Fish & Shrimp balls, Huy Fong Chili Garlic sauce, a fried egg, and green onion. This bread was really quite nice; the crust was light and crisp and the shrimp folded in very well. A good spiciness and all that prawn paste just exhuded the taste of Malaysia – but in bread. This really needed nothing added – a meal unto itself. If you watched the video, you’d see what’s coming next and it should be interesting as well.