This noodle dish is ‘dry fried’, means the sauce is ‘sizzled up’ by the wok’s high heat or in Chinese, it is call ‘wok-chi’.
A simple bowl of soba noodles with juicy pearl mushrooms, garlic chive, soy sauce and sesame oil.
Fried noodles is one of those ‘as you please’ dishes and you can add whatever ingredients you like. For the weekly homeless feed, I like to
Sweet potato noodles with Chinese mushrooms, capsicum, cabbage, carrot, onion, and green shallot, tossed in sesame oil and soy sauce.
‘Did China have famines?’ my little boy asked. These few innocent words had brought back my memories of a peasant family begging at a roadside noodle shop.
A simple ‘lao mian’ 撈麵 -noodles mixed with soy, sesame oil and whatever you like. ‘Lao’means mix, ‘mian’ means noodles.
Udon noodles tossed with beef, cloud ear and cabbage in oyster sauce.
Homemade noodles with buckwheat, rice and tapioca noodles, lightly blanched, and tossed in soy sauce and sesame oil.
Homemade rice noodles FODMAP friendly, gluten free
Traditional green bean noodles with pork mince spiced with two soy bean pastes – chili and sweet.
My kaffir lime shrub is doing very well in the garden this year despite the (relatively) cold & wet winter. So I decided to cook