SUPER YUMMY Singapore Teochew Homemade Fishball Noodle Soup Recipe 潮州 鱼圆 面汤 Singapore Food Recipe


One of my favorite food in Singapore is fishball noodles. This yummy meal comes in soup and dry variant. To us, there are three main components to making good fishball noodles. If served dry, the chilli has to be good, noodles have to be springy and the accompanying soup has to be flavorful. If it’s served as noodle soup, then the soup has to be really good. In this video, we’ll focus in showing you how we make really flavorful fishball noodle soup at home. You can replace yellow noodles with your favorite carb such as hor fun, bee tai mak or beehoon. Refer to the ingredient list below or go to our website here for your easy reference. We would like to give special thanks to Shogun by La Gourmet for letting us try out their high quality non-stick pan in the video. If you like to buy them, you can go to any of the major departmental stores in Singapore such as Isetan, Robinsons, Takashimaya, BHG, OG, Metro or Tangs. Hope you can recreate this yummy dish in the comfort of your home. Thanks for dropping by our channel. Please subscribe to stay tuned to our home cooking videos. Follow us on: Youtube: Facebook Instagram www.instagram / spicenpans Blog: Chat with us! Thanks for watching! See you soon. xoxo Jamie on behalf of Spice N ‘Pans Ingredients: Serves 6 pax Part 1: Soup stock === 2kg of chicken feet 200g of dried anchovies (ikan bilis) 5L of water fish bones from part 2 2 teaspoons of salt 1 teaspoon of sugar Part 2: Fishballs === 500g X 2 mackerel (before deboning) 2 tablespoons of ice water 20g of wheat flour 2 teaspoons of baking soda 1 tablespoon of vegetable oil A few dashes of white pepper 1.5 teaspoons of salt 1.5 teaspoons of sugar 65ml of ice water Egg white from 1 egg Minced Meat — 300g of minced pork A few dashes of white pepper 1 teaspoon of baking soda 1 teaspoon of salt 1.5 teaspoons of cornflour 125ml of water Yellow noodles or any carbs you prefer —– Looking for some of the things or ingredients we used in this video but not residing in Singapore? We welcome you for a vacation in Singapore or simply click one of these links to see similar or substitute products on Amazon. Happy shopping! Granite Wok Pan: Magimix Food Processor: Dried Anchovies (ikan bilis): Cooking oil: === E-books you may be interested in: Metabolic cooking: Fat Loss Cook Book: Delicious Diabetes Friendly Recipes: Eat What You Love Diabetes Cookbook: —- If you like this recipe, you might like these too: Sesame Oil Chicken 麻油 鸡: Three Cup Chicken 三杯 鸡: Chicken Satay 香茅 鸡肉 沙爹: Disclaimer: Spice N ‘Pans is not related to these products and cannot guarantee the quality of the products in the links provided. Links are provided here for your convenience. We can only stand by the brands of the products we used in the video and we highly recommend you to buy them. Even then, preference can be subjective. Please buy at your own risk. Some of the links provided here may be affiliated. These links are important as they help to fund this channel so that we can continue to give you more recipes. Cheers! .





  1. Nostalgia, my grandma used to make fish-balls too but those days, she didn't have the luxury of a magic mix so it was even harder work… my favorite part was when she squeeze the fish meat through her fingers and scoop a ball from hand onto a basin of water… as a child, I used to watch in fascination … thank you! It was a good revision on how to make fish-balls and it brought back beautiful memories of my grandma too!

  2. Hi today I will be cooking fish ball Mee soup. I have bought the fish balls n fish cake and I m going to use chicken meat. I'll try n follow your cooking method and I m confident that it will turn out good. I m really inspired by your cooking methods and have tried few of your recipes all turned out good. Thanks for sharing happy cooking 😊

  3. Hi chef Roland, I was born and raised in Singapore and fishballs with noodles was one of my favourite dish but now that I live in Switzerland, i can only get frozen ones! Would love to try out your recipe !! One question– what can i replace chicken feet with for making soup– chicken bones??Thank You!


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