Claypot Loh Shee Fun

80g prawns,shelled and minced
80g minced chicken
½ tsp salt
½ tsp freshly ground pepper
2 small cloves garlic,chopped finely
300gm rice flour noodles (loh shee fun),rinsed in hot water and drained.

1- 1 ½ tbsp dark soy sauce
½ tbsp oyster sauce
1 tbsp light soy sauce
½ cup water
Salt to taste
1 tbsp Chinese cooking wine or XO soy sauce (optional)

1 egg
Spring onions,chopped
Shallot crisp
Green and Red bird eye chillies,chopped

Marinate prawns and chicken with salt and pepper.Set aside.In a claypot, heat about 2 tbsp of oil,sauté garlic until light brown.Add marinated prawns and chicken.Saute a few seconds and then add in rice flour noodles, and seasoning ingredients.Pour water and bring to a boil.Stir a minute for to ensure all the ingredients are well combined.Adjust seasoning as well. Crack in a egg, and cover the lid for a minute.Remove from heat and garnish with spring onions,shallot crisp and bird eye chillies.Serve immediately.Stir the half cooked egg with the noodles while hot.

Note:This is  the first time  trying this recipe, came out quite well .I liked the taste ,flavour ,and the sauce which had really coated well with the noodles .You can replace the rice noodles with normal noodles. I used XO soy sauce replacing the wine.

I used the above thick noodle for this recipe , there are some who uses small white type noodle as well...

Source: Flavour Magazine


  1. Mouthwatering here, wat a terrific and super tempting dish..

  2. This looks SO delicious! I recently purchased a clay pot - I can't wait to give this recipe a try :)

  3. this claypot noodle should be watery like claypot yee mee or dry?

    1. Chitty Boy and Me , there should be gravy but not as watery as claypot yee mee.Anyways, I leave it to personal preferences.

  4. my all time fav, perfect to have while its piping hot...


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