Wednesday, June 8, 2011
This noodle inspired me when I watched a Taiwan cooking show that introduce meat floss in one of their series. I Immediately jotted down the cooking steps. Their version is using fresh Taiwan noodles, but it's hard to find it here, so I replaced it with dried organic noodles instead.
I'm sharing the noodle with Ruth's Presto Pasta Nights #217. The host of the week is From Kirsten's Kitchen to Yours. Stay tuned for the round up of the week.
Meat Floss Noodle 肉松干面
2 pieces of dried ramen
light soy sauce
sha cha sauce (optional)
1. Bring 1 liter water to boil in a pot. Off the flame and add 300ml of cold water. Add egg and leave for 6-8 minutes (depends on the size of egg) with lid cover.
2. In another pot of boiling water, add salt and cook the noodle .
3. In 2 serving bowls, add sesame oil, light soy sauce, sha cha sauce (optional) and pour half ladle of salty boiling water over the sauce in each bowl. Mix well.
4. Mix up the noodle with meat floss and the sauce.
5. In the boiling water that cook noodle just now, blanch some green veggies.
6. Top the noodle with green veggies and meat floss.
7. Take out the egg. Crack in a bowl and pour on top of the noodle. Serve hot.