Did you know the Mee Rebus takes different forms across Malaysian states? For one thing, the East Coast of Peninsular Malaysia enjoys this bowl of braised noodles in clear bone or beef broth. The rest of the states are more familiar with the aromatic spicy blend of thick potato-based gravy. Today, we shall explore the classic Terengganu braised noodles dish,\u00a0Mee Rebus Ganu!\u00a0 This bowl of noodles is a delicious balance between chicken and seafood, its soup light with a touch of spice and tang from the\u00a0sambal kicap. Just imagine a steaming hot serving of slurpy noodle soup on drizzly afternoons. A meal easy to make and budget-friendly; soft egg noodles accompanied with fresh prawns, cherry tomatoes, crispy greens, and melt-in-the-mouth boiled egg. Every mouthful is a light blend of a spectrum of flavours, light yet simply delightful! Here's a quick and easy guide by one of our talented line-ups of Ibuencers on Instagram, Yuyuandfoods! \t'Ganu Braised Noodles (Mee Rebus Ganu) \t\t \t\t\t \t \t\tPot\t \t \t\tMain Ingredients400-500 g egg noodles1 large red onion2 cloves garlic1 inch ginger1 diced carrot1 tsp bone broth powder100 g chicken100 g fishballs100 g prawns1-2 cups bok choy1 egg2 cups watersalt (to taste)cooking oil2-3 cherry tomatoesDiced Chili Soy Sauce2 tbsp salted soy sauce1 tbsp lime juice2-3 diced bird's eye chili \t \t \t\tPreparation (Braised Noodles)Blend the onions, garlic, ginger together and saute the mixture in an oil-heated pot until fragrant.Add in chicken pieces and fish balls to simmer along in the heated pot. Leave to cook in the pot for 5 minutes.Add in the bone broth power along with 2 cups of water then, stir well.Add in the vegetables (diced carrot and bok choy) along with your prawns. Leave in the pot until boiling.Once the water is boiling, it's time to drop in your egg noodles and wait for another 4-5 minutes for the noodles to soften up. Finally, add in your cherry tomatoes along with a cracked egg. Leave for another 5 minutes to cook and simmer up. Last but not least, enjoy with a dash of homemade Malay-style chili soy sauce! Preparation (Diced Chili Soy Sauce)Mix and stir well together with the soy sauce, lime juice, and diced bird's eye chili.Serve separately to be enjoyed alongside the bowl of steaming hot noodles!\t \t \t\t\t \t \t\tMealMalay recipeNoodles\t Be sure to share with us the product of your delicious hard work by tagging us on Instagram, at Motherhood.com.my.\u00a0 For more fun recipes and interesting stories, stay tuned to Motherhood Story!