Clear Noodles

Almost Khmer new year, nostalgic!!! When I was a little girl, my mum made this dish, stir fried clear noodles, for special occasion only such as Khmer new year, Pchum Ben… We can make it in different ways. Today I made one in my own way,,,

Here what we need

3 small clear noodles

Tofu ( cut in very small cubs )

1 cup of dry black fungus mushroom ( soak them in water then slide thinly )

5 black mushroom ( soak them in water and slide thinly )

dry shrimps ( vegetarian you can ignore this one )

1 shallots ( thinly slide )

ginger ( thinly slide )

green onion

vegetable oil

1 cup of water

SAUCE

feel free to adjust to your taste, 😉

3 tbp of oyster sauce ( mushroom sauce for vegetarian )

1 tbp of fish sauce ( vegetarian you can ignore this one )

2 tbp of soy sauce

1 tsp of dark soy sauce

2 tbp of seame oil

1 tbp of brown sugar ( honey )

mix them togethers

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stir fried clear noodle

How to make

  1.  Heat up a pan and fill with a cup of water, if you have chicken stock even better. When water is boiled put half of the sauce in the water and then put the clear noodles, wait till it almost cooked ( add water if neccesary ) and then remove noodles from the pan. Set aside. by doing this your clear noodle will absorbs the taste of sauce and water. This makes the dish tastes even better
  2. Heat up the pan and put some oil, fry the Tufu till they turn golden brown. set aside
  3. With the same pan you throw ginger, shallots and follow by dry shrimps in. mmmm it will seduce you with the aroma. Then throw mushrooms in. Stir well, then put some of the sauce in. Stir well and let it cook little bit then throw the fried tofu in. Mix them really well.
  4. finally put the cooked clear noodle in. Then green onion just before turn off the heat.

Now time for eating mmmmmmmmmmm, I love eating with dry chilli or chilli sauce,,,

little bit of grilled peanuts, oh gosh,,, heaven is just in front of you,,,

 

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Author: lovefoodlovestyle

A Cambodian woman who lives in the gastronomic city of France, Lyon. I am not a professional chef nor a tailor. I love eating and fashion !!!! Lovefoodlovestyle is where I let my passions flow and I am glad to share them with you. Lots of love

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