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There is also the other kind of lam mee which is also known as the Nyonya Birthday Mee as it's traditionally served at birthdays - my mother considers the Nyonya version as the real Lam Mee and dismisses the gooey kind we get in KL.

The Nyonya Lam Mee is served in clear chicken crab and garnished with bean sprots, shredded chicken, boiled shrimp, crab meat, bean sprouts, shallots and served with sambal.


Ooops meant clear chicken soup ...not clear chicken crab!


I know how to make nyonya lum mee, otherwise known at our home as the 13-step mee. We should make a date for this - no point making it in small quantities.

Oh, and it's garnished with yellow and pink omelette strips.


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