Stir Fry Glass/Cellophane Noodles

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Ready : 15  mins [Prep : 5 mins † Cooking : 10 mins † Not Inclusive of Noodles Soaking Time]
Serve : Individual Serving
Generic : StirFry
Level : Easy
Idle : None Printable Recipe.


Simple Light and Tasty Noodles

Glass Noodles; also known as Cellophane Noodles are a type of translucent dry noodle made from starch (such as mung bean starch, yam, potato starch, cassava or canna starch), and water ~ (Source : Wikipedia.org). This should not be confused with Rice vermicelli. Whatever it’s called, one thing for sure; there are many ways to prepare this appetizing translucent noodles. Here’s The Viand’s take on Stir Fry Glass/Cellophane Noodles”.

IngredientS

 

MAIN :

  • Glass Noodles – soak for abt 10-15 mins, drained and set aside.

SIDE :

  • Eggs, roughly chopped dried shrimps, roughly chopped pork, sliced Fish cake, sliced Red Chill, sliced Red carrot and lots of Bean Sprout. Frankly, U can pretty much add any condiments U fancy.

SEASONING :

  • Salt, Sugar, White pepper, Light soy,  and a touch of Oyster sauce and Sesame oil. A dash of Dark soy just for coloring. All to taste. ** Note : Just dash/pinch 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 : With a generous amount of oil, start by sauteing the Dried Shrimps on low/medium heat till aromatic and starts to pop. Move aside (U can dish them out if U like) and using the same oil, saute the Pork, sliced Fish cake and some chopped Garlic till aromatic.
  • Step 2 : Move aside and crack the Eggs directly into the Wok. Let it cook and break up into pieces. Move aside and add the sliced Red Carrot and let it saute for a little while. Then add the Glass Noodles.
  • Step 3 : Add all the Seasoning Ingredients and stir/mix well.  Crank up the heat and give it a few quick gentle stirs for a min or two. Add a little water if too dry. Add Bean Sprout and sliced Red Chili, a few more quick stirs and ur plate of simple and delicious “Stir Fry Glass/Cellophane Noodles” is ready to be served hot.

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