Thursday, October 29, 2009

Fried Noodles

Randal requested for fried noodles for Saturday's lunch, thinking that the usual yellow noodle does have strong alkaline after taste, chose claypot noodle since I haven't eaten such noodle in fried version for a long time and also take this opportunity to practise fried noodle...

The above amount of ingredients is enough for 2 pack of noodles, but I only cook one and half pack for my family..
claypot noodle
chopped garlics
minced chicken meat /pork
shredded carrot
slice fish cakes

1 tsp dark soy sauce
1tbsp oyster sauce
1 tsp sugar
1 1/2 cup water
1 tsp maggi concentrated chicken stock

1) Heat some oil in wok, saute garlic till fragrant, add in fish cake and fry till it turn slight golden color, push the fish cake to aside, add in minced meat and stir fry till completely cook, add in the eggs and fry till half cook, break it into smaller pieces, add in shredded carrot and mix with the other ingredients.

2) Mix the sauce ingredients together, pour it into wok together with (1) ingredients, add in noodle the sauce should cover the noodle partially, cover the wok and let it simmer for a few min. Open cover and add in beansprouts, stir and mix the noodle to make sure the noodle are covered by the sauce, cover wok again.

3) After few min, open and stir the noodles to make sure the noodles are soften and sauce cooked dried , if not all noodles are soften, add a little water and let it simmer a while more. Dish and serve.


HK Choo said...

I also prefer any other noodle than the yellow alkaline version.

Sometimes it is easier to cook per request than to scratch our head as to what to cook, don't you think so? :)

Jennifer said...

Actually the kids was expecting the yellow type of noodle but knowing they do not eat much...I chose the type dh and myself would prefer...^-^, yes choo...I prefer them to give me the menu for normal meals save me time thinking...

Joy said...

Thankyou so much for this blog! The only fried noodle recipe I tried was in a salad and it is so good to see this recipe and get some ideas!