Sweet & Colorful
Noodles with thin sliced pork + 1 or 2 veggies is a go-to dish in China. Different veggies and spices are used in different regions to different styles of cuisines so that the dish of the same name on the menu could taste totally differently depending on where you are. For example, if this dish is done in a kitchen in Sichuan Province in southwestern China, it is called Sichuan DanDanmian, aka. the famous Dandan Noodles with lots of hot chili sauce. Very spicy! If you go to a restaurant in Shanghai, it is most likely called Sliced Pork Noodle Soup, clear soup with pork and veggie shreds, rich with original flavors. In this particular recipe, pork and sweet pepper infused the flavors into each other with the help of a bit of soy sauce. The rich and sweet noodle soup is extremely gratifying when served hot.
I like to use boneless pork chops for sliced pork recipes. 2 pieces sliced.
2 sweet pepper sliced too.
2 bunches of dry noodles (they are lightly salted)
Teriyaki Soy Sauce
Other ingredients: olive oil, cooking wine, 2 green onions chopped
– add 6 cups of water to a stock-pot on heigh heat and bring it to a boil
– add noodles and stir occasionally on medium heat till it is done (follow the instructions on the package)
– drain noodle and set aside
– add 3 tablespoonfuls of oil to a saute-pan on medium heat
– add green onions and stir briefly
– add pork slices and stir for about 2 minutes till pink color fades
– add 2 tablespoonfuls of cooking wine, add 3 tablespoonfuls of soy sauce and stir for 2 more minutes
– add pepper slices, add 1 cup of water and stir for another 2 minutes
– add the cooked noodles and mix well
– serve immediately