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No-frying noodles

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I prefer to use my AMC wok to cook “fried” noodle because it is so simple and easy. No stir-frying required and lesser oil. When it is cooked, the noodle is very moistured even after several hours later.

Serve: 5-6

Ingredients:
120g meehoon/ rice vermicelli (soaked with tap water)
30g dong fen/ glass noodles (soaked with hot water)
* The ratio for these 2 noodles can be varied ie 70%:30%, 50%:50% (subject to your personal preference)
70g vegetarian mocked chicken & char siew(barbecue pork) (julienned) (can be substituted with either pork or chicken)
250g cabbage (julienned) (the amount can be reduced and replaced by more noodles)
70g carrot(julienned)
6-8 medium mushrooms (fresh or dried, stem removed) (julienned)
* If fresh, blanch over hot water.
* If dried, soaked over tap water for 1-2 hours until soft.

Seasonings:
2 tbsp light soya sauce
1 tbsp oyster sauce
½-1 tsp dark soy sauce
1 tsp sugar
½ tsp salt
Dash of sesame oil and pepper
110-130ml water

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Method:

  1. Spread 2 tbsp oil evenly on the wok.
  2. Spread cabbage evenly and follow by carrot (as per pic 1).
  3. Spread mushroom, vegetarian mocked chicken and char siew evenly (as per pic 2).
  4. Spread both the noodles (mee hoon & dong fen)evenly and pour over the seasoning on the ingredients.
  5. Cover the lid and cook under medium heat.
  6. When the AMC timer indicates 1 o’clock, open the lid and toss the ingredients until it is well-combined (as per pic 3).
  7. Cover the lid again and let it cover until the timer shows 1 o’clock again.
  8. Off the heat and wait for 10-15 mins to serve.
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5 Comments

  1. […] local supermarket. I stir-fried this beehoon by adapting and modifying recipes from my early post (no-frying noodles) and Hawker’s Fair – Best of all time favourites (Fried meehoon Singapore style). This one-meal […]

  2. Viv says:

    If you don’t have an AMC wok, then how long are you supposed to cook the noodles for?

  3. Audrey says:

    Can I use the same method with a normal iron-cast wok? I like the idea of no frying and less cleaning up.

    • food-4tots says:

      Audrey: I’m not sure about iron-cast wok as I don’t have one. But if your wok can be used for waterless cooking like AMC cookware, you can give it a try. 😉

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