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Monday, November 29, 2010

Ginger cooked

Chow Mein with Pork


225g Egg Noodles
2tbsp Sesame Oil
Spring Onions, chopped
1 Carrot, grated
Paprika, deseeded & cut into strips
225g Pork Fillet
Beans, cut into strips
2tbsp Dark Soy Sauce
1tsp Sambal Oelek
1tbsp Oyster Sauce
1 Garlic clove, crushed

 PREPARATION:
  • Cook the noodles according to the packet instructions, drain and set aside.
  • Fry the pork fillet until it's brown.
  • Heat half the oil in a large wok.
  • Stir the spring onions, paprika, beans ,garlic, sambal oelek, oyster sauce and the pork.
  • Stir fry for 2-3 minutes. Add soy sauce and a pinch of salt and pepper to taste.
  • Then transfer to a bowl and keep warm.
  •  Mix with noodles and serve immediately.

 This oriental dish can be whipped up to10 minutes for a speedy lunch or supper.

Guten Appetit!
Your Chef,
gingerSnap



31 comments:

Demi said...

oh yummy!
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Magdalene Heuk Salvatore said...

wow it looks delicious!! it's dinner time and i haven't eaten...lol

kim said...

hmmm.. seems easy enough for not a good cook like me, lol!

anSeL said...

and now i want that! it's the all time favorite...

Madz said...

Nice! Something very filling and can be cooked as fast as 10 minutes! What I like about it is that is has 2 of my favorites, bell peppers and spring onions! :)

Eleanor said...

yum that looks amazing!! well done!! :)
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AmyGrace said...

That looks delicious! I'll try it some time!

NANCYXO said...

mmm yummy!

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aki! said...

That does look good! I'll need to go to my local market for some egg noodles!

Rinny said...

Thanks so much for sharing this! I'm Chinese, but the only Chinese dish I know how to cook is fried rice lol, pretty sad right? I can't wait to try this recipe out, it looks simple enough even for a cooking amateur like me :D

Poppy † said...

looks delicious!.

martienn said...

delicious !!!! <3



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Angélique said...

yummy!

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Nellz said...

I like your blog.
and your food looks delicious.
I think I'll try and do, but with another kind of spaghetti.
Kisses xD
>:d<

Ann . said...

I'm fane too . sorry for mistakes but I can not very well English . ;)

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Mommy Liz said...

Di ako marrunong magluto ng chow mein, order na lang ako sa Chinese Resto, hehehe!

Thanks for the visit sa This is My life ko..

Mizzreviewlady said...

That looks fabulous! I am now following you back..thanks and have an awesome week:)

Marta said...

yuuuuum!

Rapunzelgorg said...

Ohhhhhhh i love chow mein:D

Zara said...

Mm, that looks delicious!

Lisa Lisa Lisa said...

This looks delicious!!!! I love ginger and noodles. So yummy!

Mugdha said...

Ooh, it looks delicious! Thanks for sharing!

Wally J said...

Looks wonderful. I am going to try this recipe. Thanks so much!

Pretzel Gurl said...

OOOoooh!!!
That looks delicious!
I want some!
Can't make one! I'm not a very good cook. ^^

Anna said...

Ohhh, das sieht wirklich gut aus!! :) hat bestimmt gut geschmeckt! :)
Grüßlein :)

IceCreamBun said...

i wan some... haha~~