Mee Goreng | Everyday Gourmet S5 E63

Mee Goreng | Everyday Gourmet S5 E63

As seen on Everyday Gourmet.
Full recipe available here: http://everydaygourmet.tv/recipe/mee-goreng/

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      ken master1 year ago

      I've tried his food at his franchise. Mee goreng is a joke. It's warmed up noodles with sweet soy sauce. Disappointed

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      babilabub1 year ago

      OMG- it's 2018 and all these years since Adam was a winner in 2010, I did think he was a Japanese. 🙂

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      Mesh Bello1 year ago

      Such a shame bcz that is not mee goreng mamak.

      And he most definitely doesn't know the difference btw indian food and mamak food..sighh

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      Indra Tan1 year ago

      Hociakk

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      MUHAMMAD KHAIRI AIMRAN1 year ago

      Your mee goreng isn't epic enough to deserve credit for. I'm not impressed.

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      phoenixdar1 year ago

      Be prepared with triggered Indonesian comments

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      BeefAndPumpkinSoup1 year ago

      Mee Goreng means fried noodles. Indonesia has fried noodles, Malay has fried noodles, Chinese has fried noodles, Malaysian Indian Muslim has fried noodles. They are just different versions. Same with laksa, bubur, sup, everyone has their versions. Just enjoy the show people.

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      Azhari Duh1 year ago

      I nvr eat mee goreng with curry powder… i am from malaysia

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      Christopher Churchill1 year ago

      😀

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      zee ann zee1 year ago

      Isn't that cooking the prawn too long ?

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      Shark Guard1 year ago

      Cut the vegetables lah.

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      Click Sun1 year ago

      Typical amateur cook, who don't know his ingredient well  ………lots of talking and little cooking skill ……….sigh !!!

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      sugar glider1 year ago

      Ya Allah,itu pasti ena bgt. 🙁 laperr

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      advertiva1 year ago

      Siapa boleh makan mee goreng dengan garam je memang power la

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      yuyu working1 year ago

      cook the mee goreng but taste the prawn only instead

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      Ameer Nazmy Noordin1 year ago

      This is "luxurious" Mee goreng!

      It's not "people's" Mee goreng

      Hahaha

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      rever mak1 year ago

      this guy knows what he's doing

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      Lot 46561 year ago

      Isn't he Japanese

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      adien lim1 year ago

      Indonesia Malaysia serumpun lah, calm down guys bahasapun dapat saling paham

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      Boy Roy1 year ago

      this is not real mee mamak

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