Easy Asian Noodle Recipe Tips

Easy Asian Noodle Recipe Tips
Easy Asian Noodle Recipe Tips
Easy Asian Noodle Recipe Tips

Hong Kong Chefs recommend these tips for cooking your noodles.

Do you know why some noodles are not made for stir frying? If you are new to stir frying or an experienced home chef, here are some very common mistakes we make when stir frying noodles. It’s so simple to make, but if you weren’t aware of these, I guarantee you make these mistakes all the time!

Do you want to cook the best wok tossed stir fried noodle recipes in less than 10 minutes? Do you want to learn how to cook great recipes in quick time and not make the common mistakes beginners make when cooking in a cast iron wok?

Have you bought yourself a new cast iron wok that is ready to use and you would like to learn easy recipes that will impress your family and friends? Also, my recipes are easy to cook and the secret is in the heat of your wok. This is the master chef’s secrets in cooking the best stir fired wok tossed recipes.

Here are the common problems. Insufficient flavours, not enough salt, or sugar, not enough ingredients and heat in the cast iron wok.

The secret lies in mixing well 3 vegetables and one meat in a simple homemade sauce that anyone can do. It’s very easy. You need the following ingredients:

2 vegetables

3 table spoons of oyster sauce

2 teaspoons of sesame oil

200 grams of meat or seafood whole onion chopped into thin slices

2 cloves of garlic diced

Fresh Hokkien Egg Noodles

100 grams of bean sprout

2 eggs

In a cast iron wok, boil some water. Once boiled, turn the heat off and place in all your vegetables and remove the vegetable and set aside. Throw in the noodles seperately to slightly cook them as well. Drain the noodles and set aside.

Heat up the wok until smoking, and then turn the stove fire down to low. Add oil and cook your meat. Once almost cooked, add garlic, onions and noodles and stir fry for 10 seconds. Then add eggs and cook for 10 seconds. Add all the vegetables, stir fry and then add all the sauces. Please season with 3 table’s spoons of salt and 1 table spoon of sugar. Sprinkle with 2 teaspoons of white wine. Stir for another 30 seconds and you are ready to serve your best stir fry. Serve with chopped chives and coriander.

Hints: To add Thai flavors your noodles, add tom yum soup paste and 2 lime leaves.

For a Vietnamese noodle flavor, add fish sauce and chopped lemon grass.

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