Wat Tan Noodles (Cantonese Fried)

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Ready : 25 mins [Prep : 10 mins † Cooking : 15 mins]
Serve :  Individual Serving
Generic :  Boil/Saute
Level :  Easy
Idle :  NonePrintable Recipe.


A Hearty Noodle Dish

This is ultimate “Tai Chow” food. Btw, “Tai Chow” are very basic Chinese foodie place (in the SEA region) where an open-air kitchen is usually connected to a coffee shop. These establishments are where your average Chinese would go for a simple dinner. Two favorite noodles from “Tai Chow” would be “Wat Tan Hor Fun” or Cantonese Fried – eggs based sauce and “Hokkien Mee” – sticky dark soy sauce. “Wat Tan” simply means more egg in the sauce. Here, The Viand simply substitute the HorFun with dried Egg-noodle (simply because Dried-noodles is always found in the Kitchen’s cabinet.. ahaha) and it tastes just as good! Here’s The Viand’s take on Wat Tan noodles (Cantonese Fried).

IngredientS

 

MAIN :

  • Dried Egg Noodles. This brand has very good texture.
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    Any greens, slightly beaten Eggs, sliced Onion, Tung Choy, sliced pork (lean), sliced Fish Cake and cooked sliced Prawns. Corn Starch and lightly beaten Eggs.
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    Finely chopped Parsley.

MARINATING :

  • Sugar, Salt, Oyster sauce, Sesame oil and White pepper. All to taste. ** Note : Just dash of everything, if U prefer a stronger intensity of an ingredient flavor, simply add a little extra of that ingredient/spice – no rocket scientific measurement here. Always taste your Seasoning !!!

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  • Step 1 : Start by boiling the Noodles till Al dente. When it’s done, ran it under tap water to stop it from continuing overcooked. Set aside
  • Step 2 : Saute the sliced Onion, sliced pork (lean), sliced Fish Cake and cooked sliced Prawns with some chopped Garlic till aromatic. Add water, Tung Choy, bring to boil and simmer a while. Add the greens. Thicken the sauce with Corn Starch, needs to be abit thick. Add Seasoning Ingredients. Pour Eggs in a circular motion. Don’t stir too much. Turn off the heat else Eggs will be over cooked.
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    To serve, separates the Noodles into individual serving plate. Pour the sauce over the Noodles. Your delicious plate of Delicious “Wat Tan Noodles” is ready !!

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