This is a noodle dish made with thick yellow noodles which are baked, then mixed with meat, shrimps or vegetables. The pork is very popular and it is cooked in soy sauce beforehand. It is also called as Pancit Canton. Often served with Calamansis fruits (simiral with lemon).
Love noodles? Philippine Mami and Lomi are yummy soupy noodles prepared with local vegetables. Lomi is made with viscous soup although Mami is with clear broth. Those might have been influenced by Chinese culinary method.
Mee goreng literally means ‘Noodle fry’. It is one of most popualr food in Malay-related countries. It is made of yellow thick noodle, meat, seafood or vegetable with Chinese dark soy sauce. Shrimp is typical ingredient traditionally and pork meat is prefferd particularly by Chinese and non-muslim inhabitants. It is spelt Mee/mi goreng in Malaysia, and mie/mi goreng in Indonesia.
For its past, Netherlands had ruled Indonesia that have influenced the types of food the Dutch ate. Mie is noodle generally, and one of main staple in Indonesia. Usually hot chili is accompanied.
In Guyana, many elements of foods are inspired by Chinese cooking. Choumein, stir fried noodle, is popular dish in addition to their local meal. It is made with noodle (often yellow and bold), soy sauce, some vegetable, etc.