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Mee Pok Noodles

Mee pok'' is a type of Chinese noodle dish commonly found in Singaporean and Malaysian cuisine. It consists of flat, yellow noodles tossed in a savory sauce and typically served with various toppings and condiments.

The noodles used in mee pok are similar to those used in other popular noodle dishes like mee kia and kway teow. They have a chewy texture and absorb flavors well. The sauce used in mee pok is usually a combination of ingredients like soy sauce, oyster sauce, chili paste, and sometimes vinegar for added tanginess.

Common toppings for mee pok include minced pork, sliced pork, fish cakes, fish balls, and crispy pork lard. Additional ingredients like vegetables, bean sprouts, and fried shallots may also be added for extra flavor and texture.

Mee pok is often garnished with fresh spring onions and served with a side of chili paste or chili oil, allowing diners to adjust the spiciness according to their preference. It is a popular hawker food in Singapore and Malaysia, and you can find it in various food stalls and eateries across the region.

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