Thursday, December 5, 2013

Stir-fry Rice Noodle (Mee-hoon) with Roast Pork

One of my favorite pasta(noodle) is mee-hoon a.k.a rice noodle.I like to use mee hoon in soup,pan fried and stir fry.No matter what type of bee hoon cooking style,I still love it!! There are few type of dried rice noodle (mee hoon) for example:thick and wide,thin and smooth or rough and thin or many more.All of the rice noodle use the same ingredients to make.The different is the size and shape..





 Ingredients:

1/2 pack dried rice noodle(mee hoon) soak in water until soft

1 large onion,peeled and slices
1 piece of roasted pork about 200 gm ,cut thin strip
1 medium bell pepper,cut strip
1/2 carrot,peeled and shredded
4-5 cloves,fresh garlic,peeled and chopped
4 large eggs

Seasoning:
2 tbsp caramel sauce (think soy sauce)
2 tbsp soy sauce
2 tbsp oyster sauce
1 tbsp chicken bouillon powder
1 cup water
1 tsp ground pepper powder
3-4 tbsp vegetable oil


dried shrimp chili (Delimas brand) on side *optional*



Method:

1:Prepare wok at high heat with oil,crack in all the eggs,scramble the eggs for 5 minutes,then dish out,set aside.

2:Pour some oil in the wok with garlic,fry garlic for 30 seconds,then add in onion,roasted pork and bell pepper.Stir fry the ingredients for 5 minutes,add in water and all the seasoning.

3:When the gravy boil,add in rice noodle(bee hoon)into the gravy,mix well.Keep stirring all the ingredients with spatula until all the gravy absorbs into the bee hoon.Check the seasoning.Toss in scramble eggs,mix well.

4:Dish out and serve warm with shrimp chili on side.




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