Friday, August 07, 2009

How to cook mushroom pork noodles

You'll need pork, dried Chinese shitake mushrooms , green mustard leaves (sawi) and spring onion. Pork and the mushrooms are cut into thin slices while the spring onion is roughly chopped.



For the noodles, I chose Maggi Perencah Ayam but this is very much of personal preference. You can also used other brands or if you are a health afficianado, you might want to use the freshly made noodles available in the market.



Cook the noodles, prawn and green mustard leaves (in order) in boiling water. Drained it and leave it aside while you prepare the mushroom pork.

It is very simple to prepare the mushroom pork. Slightly grease the pan and stir fry the pork and mushroom together. Then add in salt, pepper and light soy sauce to taste.



You'll notice that I also add in the base of spring onion. The base of spring onion has a larger volume in terms of taste and this makes the food sweeter (and tastier) naturally without having the need to put in monosodium glutamate.



For flavourings of the noodle, I used pork lard, pork lard crisp, garlic oil, pepper, salt, vinegar and chicken stock. The amount you put is very much according to your personal taste. I like my food with heavy flavours, hence the large amount of garlic, pepper and chicken stock.

Next, mixed the noodles thoroughly so that all the flavours are infused perfectly.



Garnish the noodles with prawn, green mustard leaves and chopped spring onion and here you go! A bowl of mushroom pork noodles!



It'll only take you less than 15 minutes to prepare this dish! Give it a try! :P



10 comments:

Baby said...

what happen to the pack of flavouring in the maggi mee pack? did you use it too?

Melanie said...

Baby : Actually I use the chicken stock from the maggi mee pack. It's optional tho' so u can actually use the chicken stock of other brands other than the one attached in the packet. :P

David said...

It looks delicious and simple to make, as a meal for breakfast or supper. Love the stir-fried mushroom and pork with soy sauce. =)

Melanie said...

David : Yeah, very easy. Probably one of my easiest recipe. Hehe. Anyway, how's uni ?

Huai Bin said...

I'm impressed! You make maggi mee taste and look so good! I cooked last weekend too. :)

Melanie said...

Huai Bin : Hahaha , that's because I don't like maggi mee on its own! Haha, when you're gonna blog about yr cooking adventure with the gf? :P

David said...

I shall learn how to cook. All the while, I'm just the consumer, not the cook, lol~ Hmm... Long story. I blogged about it in my blog.

Melanie said...

David : Drop you a lengthy comment in your blog!

David said...

Thanks for dropping by and for writing such a much needed thoughtful comment. Really appreciate it. =)

Melanie said...

David : No probs! :D