Wednesday, February 18, 2009

Stir-fried Two Types of Noodles



This is my stir-fry two different types of noodles. It happen because I have a little of this noodle and a little of that noodle left, not enough to make a full meal and hence have to marry these two together.



Ingredients:

Flat egg noodle (1/3 of packet)
Wontan type egg noodle (1/3 of packet)

Napa cabbage (about 4-5, sliced)

Carrot (1 small, sliced)

Red bell pepper (half, sliced)

Fried fish balls (8, sliced)

Garlic (2 cloves, chopped)

Green onion (2 bunches, chopped)

Crispy fried shallots (1/4 cup)


Sauce:

Oyster sauce (about 3 Tbsp.)

Dark soy sauce (about 1 Tbsp.)

Sesame oil (about 1 tsp.)

Freshly crushed white peppers


Method:


1. Boil a pot of water. When boiling, add in the dried egg noodles and briefly cook it. Drain and set aside.


2. In a wok, heat oil, add garlic, fried fish balls, napa cabbage, carrot and red bell pepper. Stir-fry well and season with a little oyster sauce. Pour into the bowl of waiting noodles.


3. Add sauce in the noodles and stir well to mix. Do a taste test, adjust the taste accordingly. Lastly garnish the top with green onion and crispy fried shallots.


I would love to share this dish with Presto Pasta Night . Presto Pasta Night was created by Ruth from Once Upon a Feast. This week host is Noob Cook. Please hop over on Friday to see the round up.

19 comments:

noobcook said...

I always liked two types of noodles ;p Your plate looks yummy, thanks for joining PPN this week ;)

Mochachocolata Rita said...

i love the use of two types of noodles. sometimes i like the combo of hor fun and egg noodles, or even hor fun and rice.

love it! :)

Beachlover said...

look good!! wish i can have a plate right now with sambal!!

Big Boys Oven said...

wah looks delicious, yummy with two texture! :)

Happy cook said...

It is really clever to combine both the noodles and they looks delicous.

Sweet Jasmine said...

Nice and easy one dish meal.

daphne said...

ehehe... I can almost hear the wedding song to marry them together. And what a happily ever after this dish looks like. =)

tigerfish said...

I thought that is an absolute good idea!

SIG said...

Yummy noodles, I wish someone would cook that for me. :) The photos turned out really nice too.

mikky said...

your noodles are making me hungry, and it's midnight!!! great recipe... :)

Jin Hooi said...

NICE !!! looks so yummy !! I love to marry ho fun and mihun !! They are great together.

The Cooking Ninja said...

That looks delicious. I used to cook and mix whatever pasta I have in the cupboard. :) I used love the combination of bee hoon and flat noodles. :)

Anonymous said...

I'm in love with ur blog!!

sock peng said...

KH like koay teow plus yellow mee, he always order fried koay teow mee!!

Little Corner of Mine said...

Thanks all. I like yellow noodle and beehoon together too.

Ruth Daniels said...

And that's the beauty of pasta...they marry so well! Thanks for sharing with PResto Pasta Nights. I always love it when you do.

Little Corner of Mine said...

Thanks Ruth. I will try to participate more. :)

Anonymous said...

how much soy sauce and oyster sauce?

Little Corner of Mine said...

Anon, I edited to add, but it's all approximate.