Tuesday, July 21, 2009

Pan Fried Egg Noodles with Beef

This is a classic hearty dish served at the Chinatown restaurant. The egg noodles are cooked with beef together with other veggies in thick eggs gravy. If you can’t find the fresh egg noodles feel free to use the dried version or ramen noodles.

Ingredients :

400 grm Egg noodles (I used Hong Kong Style noodles)
1/2 pound of beef (I used sirloin) - sliced thinly
2 cloves of garlic
1 small carrot – peel and slice thinly
8 stalk of mustard green - clean and cut (you can use other type of greens)
10 button mushroom
2 egg - beaten

Marinate for beef

1 tsp of cornstarch
2 tsp of soy sauce
dash of white pepper

Ingredients for the gravy/sauce :

2 tbsp of oyster sauce
2 tbsp of soy sauce
2 1/2 cups of low sodium chicken stock (more if you like lots of gravy)
1 tsp of sugar
1 tsp of cooking wine (optional)
1 tbsp of cornstarch
Salt and pepper to taste

1. Marinate the beef and set it aside. Mix all the ingredients for the gravy/sauce in a bowl and set it aside. Give a quick wash to the noodles in cold water (to remove the flour) Drain dry.
2. Heat up about 2 tbsp of oil in a non-stick frying pan. Pan fried the noodles until slightly brown and crispy on both side. Dish it out and set it aside.
3. In the same pan, heat up 2 tbsp of oil. Sauté the garlic till fragrant. Add in marinated beef. Cook the beef on both sides until the beef looks slightly charred. Add in carrot and mushroom. Give a quick stir fry for a few seconds.
4. Add the gravy and bring it up to a boil. Add in the green vegetables. Check seasoning. Once the vegetable is cooked add in the beaten eggs. Give a quick stir and turn off the heat.
5. Put the noodles in a serving plate and pour the gravy over the noodles. Serve immediately.

20 comments:

mycookinghut said...

Gertrude,
This dish looks so tasty!!! Making my mouth water again.. I really like noodles with gravy like this! :)

Cindy Khor said...

this looks good, certainly going to try it out... maybe will substitude beef with chicken

Kitchen Corner said...

ohhh... this makes me feel so hungry now!!!

Cat Cat said...

Gert,
This dish just look like those sold in Petaling Street, KL... Aduh, sedap dimakan with cili potong eh..??

Mima's Oven said...

Gert, You make me hungry!!! Gorgeous noodle...

Zue Murphy said...

This meal reminded me of sizzling mee. I always order this noodle when I eat out. It look good la Gertrude. Laparnya!

Sonia said...

Good idea, can prepare for a simple lunch.

LittleLamb said...

the noodles is straight out of the packet? no prior cooking required?

Wendy said...

Such a beautiful dish! Good job!

Beachlover said...

Gert,this few pix really look great! oh! did u manage to come to NYC for the lesson?

Food For Tots said...

Your egg noodles looks as good as the signature fresh water prawn egg noodles I had tried at GreenView Restaurant in PJ. A thumb-up from me!

Theresia said...

I am so pleased to stumble upon this great cooking blog, love it so much and the mouthwatering recipes.....
thank you so much!
I will be back more often, greetings from cold UK :o)

Little Corner of Mine said...

We love this noodle too! So yummy looking!

Jo said...

Can you believe it that I had recently bought egg noodles to make "sang mien"! But I must say yours look absolutely yummy.

valkuan said...

Hey Gert, what kind of HK egg noodle did you use? Fresh or dry and which brand. There are so many different brands out there. Thanks. Oh also what brand of rice do you use?

ICook4Fun said...

Leemei, I too perfer this type of noodles with lots of thick gravy :)

Cindy Khor, chicken sounds good too :)

Kitchen Corner, sorry about that :)

Cat, yeap I ate it with pickle green chilies.

Mima, thank you.

Zue, yea just like the one that they used to serve kat Yoahan kan :)

Sonia, yes I usually prepared lunch like this. Quick and easy.

Little Lamb, I did pan fried it because the noodles is not cook.

Wendy, thank you.

Lesley, I went for the lesson yesterday.

Food for tots, yes the one with fresh prawns is really good but very expensive too :)

Theresia, thanks for stopping by and your kind words. Hope to see more of you here :)

Lcom, me too :)

Jo, Is not too late. Now you can cook often with you :)

Valkuan, I do have a picture in this blog on the type of noodles I used. Check out the link on 'noodles' By the way , the noodles I used for this dish is the same kind. You mean the rice we eat? We eat Thai jasmine rice and sometimes brown rice too.

TINTIN said...

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noobcook said...

I love this type of "sheng mian" so much. I didn't realise it was possible to cook this at home, I always order at the zi char stall. Gonna try it out one day ^^

nyonya pendek melaka said...

wow..just so yummy!!!

ICook4Fun said...

Tintin, thank you for your kind words and the award :)

Noobcook, we can easily get this type of noodles at the Asian store.

Nyonya, it is indeed :)