Medium- High (optional)
Broth of dried shrimps and prawns
Prawns, hardboiled egg, bean sprouts
Available at some
Another type of noodle soup popular originated from the Chinese Hokkien community is the Prawn Noodle, or more commonly known as Hokkien Mee. Just as its name suggests, prawn is the main ingredient in this dish; the soup broth of dried shrimps and of course the fresh prawns in the noodle and this the dish tastes sweetly spicy, quite appetizing with its rich flavor.
Some may prefer it to be spicier and therefore a separate small portion of chili paste will normally comes together with the noodle so that diners can add in more zest according to their preferences. The most famous prawn noodle can be found in none other than the island of Penang, the food heaven in Malaysia.