Sunday, September 02, 2007

Stir-Fried Rice Macaroni

I was introduced to this rice macaroni by Lily while we shopped together at the Asian store. She told me this dried noodle resembled the "lor see fun" and since I have been wanting to eat "lor see fun", I quickly grabbed it and put in my cart. Sorry for the empty packet because I only remembered to take a picture after I done cooking it. Lily, thanks for the recommendation! :)

This is what I came out with. Stir-fry rice macaroni with "chai hsin" and fish cakes. The sauce I used were oyster sauce, soy sauce, dark soy sauce, sugar and sesame paste. It tasted pretty good along with some cut chili padi. But I don't think it really resemble the "lor see fun" leh. Man, I miss eating "lor see fun" with ground pork.


Lia said...

oh its really looks delicous, can i have a plate now? :D

shanwen said...

wow... i love lor see fun too.. Your blog is wonderful, i live in australia, away from home and often craves for asian cooking. It inspires me to attempt cooking again ! Love It !

daphne said...

Is that fish cake with it? Although it is not lo shi fun, it is still yummy stuff!

btw- u have been tagged on my blog. =)

Anonymous said...

Hi you can try make the "lor see fun" at home.

Little Corner of Mine said...

Thanks Lia, help yourself! :D

Hi Shanwen,
Thanks and thanks for stopping by. I'm happy that my blog inspires you to try cooking. :)

Hi Daphne,
Yes, that's fish cake. :) Okay, will do your tagged soon. :)

Hi Anon,
If you have been reading my blog, you should realize by now what a lazy cook I am right? LOL! Ask me to make "lor see fun", are you kidding? LOL!

Anyway, I did remember seeing this in a forum before and I remember it's not too difficult to make. But for me ah, I think I will just go buy the fresh "lor see fun" in the Asian store the next time I'm there. ;)

Blur Mommy said...

Maybe u can check the fridge or freezer section of the Asian store? I managed to find some in the fidge section here. Made some last week but too hungry, forgot to take pic!! hehe..

East Meets West Kitchen said...

Looks good to me! :)

Ginger said...

yep. that doesnt look a bit like loh shu fan to me.

lucky i could get fresh supply of loh shu fan here in melbourne.

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Home Cooking said...

never had this one b4, looks so inviting leh

Little Corner of Mine said...

Hi Blur Mommy,
Actually I can get fresh lor see fun here in the fridge section. Just that it is quite expensive considering the little amount it has in the packet. So, I tried the dried one first lor.

Thanks V. Tasted good too just that it was not lor see fun. ;)

Hi Ginger,
I can get fresh one in Denver, will go buy some the next time I shop there. Will drop by your blog!

Thanks Isha. This is the first time I tried this dried rice macaroni too. :)

cocoa said...

this is interesting.. never see such a long macoroni haa.. they looks good though!!

Anonymous said...

Hey, this looks like the pasta variety that is hollow...not called rice macaroni but I forgot what's it's name. :O ...I love macaroni, in soup or stir fry.

Little Corner of Mine said...

Thanks Cocoa. :)

Hi Tigerfish,
I also donno what's it called since not too familiar with all these Italian Pasta names. But I think I know which you were related.