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Monday, November 26, 2012

Gon chow ngau ho


How do you like your noodles ?

Soupy , saucy or stir fried  ?

 Me ?! Isn't it obvious ?! ^___^ 

As with most of the Chinese stir fried dishes , stir fried noodles is also simple , fast , satisfying and if it's homemade , so much the better ! 

Now , if you don't have the time or inclination to make this , just buy it ! lol 

This version is much like ( give or take a few ingredients ) the gon chow ngau ho that I've posted a long time ago .


550 grams fresh rice noodles
140 grams beef slices 
35 grams yellow chives , cut
40 grams spring onion , cut
60 grams carrot , cut in thin strips
1/4 onion , sliced
 1 clove garlic , minced
1/4 tsp chicken powder
scant tablespoon dark soy sauce
1 tablespoon light soy sauce
a dash of ground white pepper
a generous pinch of salt

* Heat wok and add some oil , when oil is hot , add garlic , stir fry until lightly brown , add the chicken powder and white pepper to the beef slices and stir fry beef until it changes color , transfer to a plate and keep warm .
* In the same pan , add the onion and carrot , cook for 2 minutes . Add in the noodles , cook for about 4 minutes , stirring gently from time to time ; add in the beef , green onion and the chives , stir well to combine ; add in the dark soy ,  light soy and the salt , give it a thorough stir , adjust seasoning . Cook for a minute or so . Dish up . Serve hot .




30 comments:

  1. Anne, I like my noodles stirred fried in the summer, saucy for autumn and spring time, and soupy noodles for winter. I like to have noodles all year round:) If only I can have some of your gon chow ngau ho right now...LOL

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    1. Annie , now that it is getting colder here , a soupy noodles from time to time will surely warm me up ! :D

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  2. I love this 'Gon Chow Ngau Ho' very much and always like to order in those Chinese Cafe '茶餐厅‘。 Your Ngau Ho looks very delicious, not sure whether I can fry as nice as yours.

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    1. Ha ! You ?! I'm sure you can fry this way better than me !

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  3. Hi Anne! Beef Hor Fun!! I also like the fermented Black bean paste version. Yum Yum!

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    1. Will try to cook this with fermented black beans sometime :D Thanks !

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  4. I love stir-fried noodles, and soupy and even saucy! Help, I don't know which is my favourite, I have a favourite for each one of them though! Hahaha! Your plate of noodles looks so delicious, pass me a plate please, more chives please!
    Have a great week, Anne!

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  5. Yum!!! This looks great. I also like my noodles stir fried. And SPICY!!! ;) I'm getting hungry just thinking about it

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  6. Hi Anne,

    Being Asians, we like noodles in all forms... LOL! You cooked your beef stir fried noodles very well... Yum!

    Zoe

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    1. Zoe , oh yeah ! We Asians definitely love our noodles ! lol

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  7. I like it stir fried just the way you have done it.

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  8. i love love love stir fried noodles! and the little girl loves them, too :D

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    1. Tin , remember that gon chow ngau ho we had here before ?!

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  9. Like you, I love it stir fried... this looks too good... I need to make noodles this weekend.

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  10. I love all sorts of noodles and I love the look of this! Gobble gobble... :)

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  11. My favorite is all styles, have to be fair to them all :) Your ngau hor looks yummy, nicely spread out and in nice long strands!

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    1. Before , the noodles are all broken up and mushy before I've added the seasoning :P :D But I think if you cook it from time to time you'll get the hang of it ! lol

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  12. i love eating noodles whether soupy or stir fried and your gon chow ngau ho looks absolutely delicious! I rarely take beef now but the time when i used to take beef, i eat this quite a lot too :)

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    1. Lena , maybe sometime will have to try using chicken fillet or prawn in making this :)

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  13. I love my noodles soupy! And I looooove rice noodles! Hungry now :(

    http://wonderwomanrises.blogspot.com

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    1. Hey there WW ! Noodles whether soupy , saucy or fried are always satisfying :D

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  14. Woo... this is soooo mouth watering & tempting ! Yum_yum! I LOVE all kinds of noodles & with that some chili padi will be fantastic! LOL

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    1. Kit , ackkk ! I've ran out of chili sauce :P That's why there's no mention of it in the recipe ! pffffttt

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  15. HI Ann, I want a big plate please with extra bean sprout. LOL
    Yours look delicious and appetizing. I'm hungryyyyyy.....hehehe

    You can actually make your own rice rolls if you're adventurous, recipe in my blog under chinese delicacies rice roll, posted last year April. Enjoy if you're interested.

    Have a lovely week ahead,regards.

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    1. Amelia , I've forgotten to buy some beansprouts :P :D .... I'll check your recipe for sure !

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  16. Oh, Anne, your GCNH look too delicious, can i have a plate right now?

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