Friday, July 9, 2010

Cooking ~ Minced Pork Noodles

I am so happy with the warm response from Mummy Jenny and I am more than glad to share the recipe. Thank you :)

However, I do not have the time to take picture of every step of it. But I will try when I cook it next round.

What You Need:
  • Oil for frying
  • Minced Pork (marinate with salt, pepper, sugar & Xao Shing wine *optional*)
  • Noodles of any preferred type (recommended Vits for its springiness)
  • Chopped garlic
  • Diced chinese mushroom (soaked for 1 hour prior to cooking)
  • Some green vegies (choy sum or pakchoy or any type of preferred vegie)
  • For seasoning ~ Salt, pepper, sugar, light soy sauceoyster sauce and dark soy sauce for color and water
  • Concoction of water and cornflour for thickening & glossiness
  • For garnish ~ chopped spring onion & fried garlic

How To Cook This:
  1. Fry half of the chopped garlic in oil and keep it aside with the oil for later use.
  2. Saute the rest of the chopped garlic with the minced pork till fragrant.
  3. Add in mushroom, fry till fragrant
  4. Add in seasonings & water.
  5. Simmer for approx 10 mins
  6. Add in corn flour concoction and stir (according to preferred consistency and the cornflour is for glossiness of the dish)
  7. DONE

To Serve:
  1. Blanch noodles and vegies
  2. Lay noodles and vegies on a plate
  3. Scoop the minced pork and pour on top of noodles
  4. Sprinkle garlic generously on top
  5. ENJOY
Hope you like this dish and dont forget to share the photos and comments when you try this out. Happy Cooking!


I'm a full-time mummy said...

ui ui...Measurements? How much minced pork? noodles? etc etc?

I gotta print this out and try it one day leh...

Happy Mummy said...

minced pork - for 3 person, i used a piece of pork about the size of my palm. i am bad with measurements la. soli ya.

noodles wise, u prepare according to how much u want to eat lor :)

tips for the minced pork:
If you are the hardworking type as in you dont mind digging out your blender out from kit cab, clean it up dry it then store it back, then u use blender la.

if u are lazy like me, u diced the pork when it is still half frozen, then just chopped it up a few rounds. there u have it, minced pork. it is way much faster than using blender. :)

I'm a full-time mummy said...

Ok, ok, we see when I (ever) get around to trying this... :P thanks ya!