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Saturday, March 31, 2012Y
~*fried noodles*~

My second attempt to fry noodles. First time I used the fresh thicker noodles which made it really hard to fry so this time round I am going to use those 'dried' noodles.

*canned three layer pork (unhealthy but devilishly good)
*separate the pork from the oil which will be used for frying*

*cintan dried noodles
*cabbage (chopped)
*carrots (diced)
*light soya sauce
*dark soya sauce
*garlic (diced)

Step 1: briefly blanch the noodles in boiling water till the noodles are al dente, while waiting for the noodles to be cooked, add vegetable oil into a hot wok and sauté garlic until fragrant.

*adding fragrance to the oil*

Step 2: then add cabbage n carrots into the wok followed by a few tablespoons of the canned pork oil n toss it for few minutes.

*adding the pork oil to saute the cabbage*

*adding the diced pork into sauteed veggies*

Step 3: when the noodles r done, drained it n pour the noodles into the wok n continue stir frying the noodles with the cabbages, carrots n pork. Add the remaining of the oil from the pork and some dark soya sauce for the color n light soya sauce to taste.
Step 4: beat two eggs n pour the beaten eggs into the frying pan to make an egg crepe. After the egg crepe is done, wait for it to cool down abit n cut them into slices.

Step 5: scope the fried noodles into a plate n garnish it with the egg slices.


muahz & hugz
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