Sunday, August 7, 2011

Fried Soy Bean Noodles With Chicken and Lettuce 鸡肉莴苣炒豆签


Last few days, as usual, I targeted to clear the fridge. Hence, I used up whatever ingredients in the fridge to come out with this fried noodle. Never expect under such circumstances, I could discover a new finding. I found out that Chrisphead Lettuce tastes very good in fried noodle. To proof the finding is right, I even tried it in fried rice. It didn't fail me. The fried rice turned out great too.

Another ingredient that contributed to this fried soy bean noodle is the fried chicken strips. I used it as Protein substitute to prawn. That's a new flavor that I love. It's never too late to know the ingredients, the cooking styles and the flavors that suit your taste buds. That's the fun I got from cooking. 

Fried Soy Bean Noodles With Chicken and Lettuce 鸡肉莴苣炒豆签
Serves 4


Ingredients:
250gm of dried soy bean noodle
lettuce, cut into strips
1 chicken breast, skinned, deboned and cut into strips
bean sprout
1 stalk of  spring onion
1 tbsp of chopped garlic
2 eggs
cooking oil

Seasonings:
2 tbsp of oyster sauce
2 tbsp of light soy sauce
1 tbsp of chili paste
1 tsp of dark soy sauce
1 tsp of sesame oil

Marinades for the chicken:
1 tbsp of light soy sauce
dashes of white pepper powder

Steps:
1. Marinate the chicken strips for 20 minutes.
2. Bring a pot of water to boil. Add a tbsp of oil in the water. Cook the soy bean noodles till soft. Drain and set aside.
3. Heat oil in a wok, scramble the eggs. Set aside.
4. Heat 3 tbsp of oil in the same wok. Fry the chicken till golden yellow. Add garlic to saute.
5. Pour in the noodles and the seasonings. Mix well till the noodles is coated with the sauce.
6. Add bean sprout to stir fry.
7. Toss in lettuce, scrambled egg and spring onion to mix well.
8. Dish out and serve hot.

10 comments:

yummychunklet said...

This noodle bowl looks so delicious! Yum!

ChiChi81 said...

Wow, this looks so delicious and healthy! I am so glad I stumbled upon your blog, I am trying to learn how to cook healthy and simple Asian dishes and your blog is the perfect source of recipes!

Following you now, and I am definitely going to try and cook this recipe, and the Kung Pao squid too ;)

Cheers!

Wi
chichismusings.blogspot.com

Maris (In Good Taste) said...

These noodles look very delicious! I am going to make this tonight!

daphne said...

AH! Lettuce hey? I like that idea! Fried noodles or rice is the best way to use up leftovers!

TasteHongKong said...

Lovely! The lettuce must have given a refreshing hint to the fried noodles; I too like it in my fried rice : ).

tigerfish said...

Does your crisphead lettuce look like this? I love 莴苣 specially the stems. Just simply blanch thin stem slices, toss in sesame oil, salt and white pepper - it is so good! Bet it adds great flavor to the noodles too.

Blackswan said...

This is good esp on weeknites! Looks healthy too :)

noobcook said...

I like your well-balanced bowl of noodles. Next time I'll throw some lettuce in my noodles/fried-rice stir fry :)

Sonia (Nasi Lemak Lover) said...

simple and yummy noodles.

Sneige said...

Fantastic light lunch!

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