I am unsure if other families cooked this dish but it is rather common during my childhood days and I must blog this recipe for records. If my memories serve me right, I do not recall the mixed vegetarble rice stalls have this dish too..
This is a dish that goes well with porridge or rice. Whenever I cooked this dish, I have to double the portion and reduce another dish to prevent potential “fighting” in my dining table. Lol. Even until today, i still like this dish very much especially the blending of egg and meat aroma that was infused into the slightly chewy tanghoon.
Household recipe need to be simple and fast and this is no exception. This is an extremely simple ah ma dish but yields a great taste.. Since this is my family recipe, I do not have much to share except go straightforward the recipe. I have kept this recipe for at least 6 months and it took me one hour to find all the pictures to issue this post.
WHAT IS REQUIRED
Servings: 3-4 adult servings
- 1 bundle of glass noodles
- 300 grams of minced meat
- 2 eggs
- 1 leek, sliced thinly or 2 sprigs of spring onion
- 2 tablespoons of dark soya sauce
- 2 shallots
- Pinches of salt
- Chicken stock powder or sugar to taste
- Dashes of white pepper
STEPS OF PREPARATION
- Soak the glass noodles in cold water until soft. Drain and use a scissor to cut into smaller pieces. Set aside.
- Sliced thinly the shallots and set aside.
- For the minced meat, add 3 tablespoons of water, stir until well mixed. This will prevent lumps from forming.
- In a wok under high heat, put 2 tablespoons of cooking oil, sauté the sliced shallots until aromatic.
- Add the minced meat, stir fry until the meat is set which takes about 2-3 minutes under high heat. Add the soaked glass noodles, Stir until well mixed. Push the mixture aside, crack the eggs and fry the eggs until set. Use the ladle to cut the eggs into smaller pieces, stir fry with the meat mixture until well combined. Add the chopped leek or spring onion, white pepper, pinches of salt and seasoning. Stir fry until well combined. Once done, off the heat and the dish is ready to be served with white rice.
Though simple, the dish is delicious and tasty and the kids in my family include my kid’s cousin all love this aromatic dish. May be you want to give it a try.
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