Friday 14 June 2013

Hello Kitty Mee Hoon Kueh

Hubby took my car off for servicing last Friday, so I decided to just stay at home with my boys. I cooked them Mee Hoon Kueh ( hand pulled noodles ) for lunch. To add some cuteness, I rolled out some of  the dough and cut them out using My Melody and Hello Kitty cookie cutters. This idea is from Bento makes me Happy, she has made this before for her little gal. :) I will share the recipe at the end of the post, so if you are interested, you can try making some too. :)

These two bowls of Mee Hoon Kueh are for my boys. I made a bowl for myself too, but did not take a picture of mine.

There's meatballs, veggies and fried silver fish, in addition to the noodles.

I only cut out some dough using the cookie cutters, and add on top to decorate. I pulled  and teared out most of the dough instead, as it's much faster to do so. :)


500g plain flour
200ml water
1 egg, lightly beaten
1 tsp salt

100g ikan bilis, washed thoroughly
1L water
salt, to taste
200g minced pork
2 tsp light soya sauce
1 tsp sesame oil
1 tsp wine
dash of pepper
2 tsp cornflour
green leafy vegetables


  1. To make the dough, mix flour, egg and salt in a mixing bowl. 
  2. Slowly add in water and knead till dough is soft, around 5 minutes.
  3. Divide dough into 6 portions, cling wrap and rest for at least an hour.
  4. Marinade minced meat with soya sauce, sesame oil, wine, pepper and corn flour. Leave aside.
  5. To make soup stock, place ikan bilis in a soup stock pack before boiling with 1L of water.
  6. Simmer on low heat for an hour. Remove stock pack. Add salt to taste.
  7. To cook Mee Hoon Kueh, boil soup stock, add in minced pork.
  8. Tear the dough into small pieces and drop into the soup. Alternatively, you can roll the dough into thin sheet and cut out with a cookie cutter.
  9. Add in vegetables.
  10. You can add in an egg and/or fried silver fish before serving.


  1. I am looking for the mee hun kuih recipe... Finally got it from you... Thanks. !!!! Do you know how to make Chinese ramen?

    1. Tks, Celine. :) lol, no, I do not hv that.

  2. So cute! This dish has been in my to-cook list for a long time. I'm motivated to cook this dish after seeing this!! From ET

  3. 我从来都不知道原来面粉粿的材料是如此简单的!有机会还是要试做一次!:)

    1. 的确很容易,有机会不妨试一试。

  4. Great idea! Thanks for sharing!

  5. I am sure they will ask for more! ;)

  6. Looks so cute and yummy and now I want some! One of my favorite foods :)

  7. They look adorable.. but how do they compare with the original mee hoon kueh texture wise?

    1. The thinner you roll them, the closer they are to the original mee hoon Kueh. :)


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