Wednesday, September 05, 2007

Cantonese Style Fried Noodles

I just love eating Cantonese style noodles especially with lots of eggy gravy. I used Hong Kong style noodles for this dish but I think the rice noodles still taste the best. I find this Hong Kong noodles a bit salty.

Ingredients:

300 grm rice noodles (I used Hong Kong Style noodles)
70 grm meat (pork or chicken) - sliced thinly
6 prawns
2 cloves of garlic
1 egg - beaten
5 stalk of mustard green - clean and cut

Marinate (A)

1 tsp of corn starch
2 tsp of soy sauce
dash of white pepper

Marinate (B)

1 tbsp of oyster sauce
1 tbsp of soy sauce
2 cups of low sodium chicken stock
1 tsp of sugar
1 tsp of cooking wine (optional)

Thickening

1 tbsp of corn starch
2 tbsp of water

1) Pan fried noodles in a hot pan on both with a little bit of oil.
2) Dish out and set aside.
3) Marinate meat with seasoning (A) Heat up 1 tbsp of oil and saute garlic until lightly brown.
4) Add in meat and prawns. Stir fry of 1 min and add in seasoning (B).
5) Bring to boil. Put in mustard greens and add in thickening. Check seasoning. 6) Turn off heat and add in the beaten egg.
7) Give a quick stir and pour gravy on top of the noodles. Serve immediately.

16 comments:

Lil' Ms Pinky said...

I love Cantonese-style noodles too, with lots and lots of gravy and cili padi for that extra kick! Grrr...my stomach is making funny noises now looking at that delicious picture you posted.

And no, I can't buy your neighbour's house - I got no money ler! :(

beachlover said...

Gert your Pan Fried Noodles too really goood!!Exectly like the restaurant order!!Syabas!.When I use mee hoon ,usually it crumble and stick to one big piece.I usually blame the FIRE!!..lol!

Lia said...

the prawns looks sexy, i'd like to bite them :D

Aidan's Mama & Papa said...

i love it too!! i love it more with chilli jeruk!

Jun :) said...

dat prawns..aiyooo....sedapnyer...gert!

Rita Ho said...

As always with anything that comes out of your kitchen, one word - YUM! :)

PrincessJournals said...

i love hk noodles too or cantonese as they usually call them back in kl. dah lama tak buat ni.

I Cook4Fun said...

Pinky, aiyah I thought we can be neighbour :)

Beachlover, I like to used Kuey teow for this dish. I too find it hard to cook with mee hoon with this dish.

Lia, prawns look sexy :) :)

Zaza, I too like the jeruk green chilli. Maybe I should buat some.

Jun, I pun suka prawns especially with the kepala kekali :)

Rita, thanks and not everything come out from my kitchen is good. I throw away some food too :) :)

PJ, HK noodles ni masin sikit. Maybe I should get a different brand the next time.

Jane of All Trades said...

How much oil do you use when you pan fry? It must be very crispy. Wonder if its good if we usethat Ina Yee Mee.

Cat Cat said...

Gert,
Mari-lah move to VA. JOMMMMM!!!

Oh BTW, you have been tagged. If you don't feel like doing the tag, it's absolutely fine with me. No hard feeling, ok??? Just for fun lah.

I Cook4Fun said...

Jane of all trades, thanks for dropping by. I used about 2 tbsp of oil on a non-stick pan to fry the noodles. I used Ina yee mee before but instead of pan fried it I just toast it in the oven.

Cat, I will try to do the tag soon. Trying to think what was I doing 10 years ago. You tahu lah dah tua and very susah to remember things :)

Zue Murphy said...

Gert, apasal you tak cakap you pandai buat jeruk chilli? I ada banyak chilli di kebun tu. Bila you mau datang angkat buat the jeruk? I can also mail them to you once I harvest everything soon.

I Cook4Fun said...

Zue, I tahu buat jeruk. Kalau nak buat jeruk kena chilli hijua. Kebun you ada ke? You can mail the chilli to me and buatkan untuk you :)

pat said...

wow..I datang jenguk dari cath's blog..sedap nyer...I pun nak belajar masak dari u :) hehehe

I Cook4Fun said...

Pat, thanks for dropping by. Hope you try out some of the recipe :)

KAMIL SALEM said...

Wow..its nice..I did try it this mornong lol..Thanks..