Wednesday, June 28, 2006

Pan-Fried Noodle

What do you do with some leftover wontan noodle in the refrigerator? We had minced pork wontan noodle with pan-fried dumplings yesterday and guess I cooked too much noodle! So, I was cracking my head as what to do with the noodle with the ingredients I have on hands. This was what I came out with.



Pan-fried wontan noodle with bay scallops and vegetable.

Recipe:
1. Pan-fried the noodle with some oil until both sides are crispy and golden brown. Dish out and place on a plate.

2. Heat up some oil and add garlic, napa cabbage, carrot, mushroom and babycorn (or any veggies you have). Stir-fry until soften. Season to taste with oyster sauce, salt and sugar. Then add water (for the gravy), let it boil. Then add bay scallops (or shrimps), simmer until the scallops are cooked. Then stir in some potato starch mixed with water to thicken the gravy. Pour on top of the pan-fried noodle and serve with chilli padi.

Pretty easy huh?

6 comments:

linnish said...

That's a great idea, I've never thought abt it before! Looks simply delicious, Ching...I'm hungry now after looking at your food pic..hehe

lance-s said...

That looks so good. I'm hungry for that now. One of my all-time favorite ways to eat noodles. We called it "cake noodle" here. Like, oyster sauce chicken over cake noodle or sam see mein over cake noodles. I know the mein and cake noodles is redundent, but I don't know how to say it in chinese. The gravy over the crispy noodles taste so good.

Little Corner of Mine said...

Thanks for your compliments Lin and Lance! :)

jadepearl said...

Wow...delicious!!! Wah, you PG also so hard working!!! Pei fu!!!

buzzbuzz said...

Looks yummy!! Just like the ones served in restaurants!!! :)

toan said...

yum