Thursday 7 May 2015

Pan Fry Black Pepper Udon(Taiwan Fried Noodle)

Was in Taiwan few days ago. Wanted to try their local food. Went around to look for breakfast and saw this place called 红橘子 near华阴街 .  I ordered their fried noodles and it looked like this noodle in the picture. I am not sure what kind of noodle did they used. But it tasted like udon and it was very nice.  I was inspired and add this to my list of cooking. Each time when I have a new list, my first thought is to cook for my loved ones.

I have no recipe how they do it. But I based on my taste buds and also "vision".. haha....
Before I forget the taste, I woke up early Tuesday  morning to cook for my children for breakfast. They love it.
2 packets of Udon - 400g
150g minced meat
1/4 of carrots, cut into strips
1/4 big onion, sliced.
1 tbsp black pepper sauce
1 tbsp oyster sauce
1 tsp light soy sauce
3 leaves of endives

Seasoning for meat:
1 tsp light soy sauce
Dash of pepper
1/2 tsp of corn/potato flour

2 eggs
Oil for frying

1.Season the minced meat with above seasoning.  Set a side.

2. In a nonstick wok on medium fire. Add 1 tsp oil. Pan fry the 2 eggs individually. Remove from frying wok. Set a side.

3. Add about 1/2 tablespoon of oil into the wok. Add sliced big onion. Fry until it turn a little translucent.  Add carrots and minced meat. Stir fry until meat is cooked. Add black pepper sauce , oyster sauce and light soy sauce. Stir another few seconds.  Add 1/4 cup of water. Mix it well. Add udon and endives.  Stir fry until udon is soft, approximately 1-2 minutes.
Off fire. Serve

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