Hand-pulled Noodles And Char Siu Chicken Soup

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Delicious hand-pulled noodle char siu chicken soup

Delicious hand-pulled noodles and char siu chicken soup

Making hand-pulled noodles or ramen has been my latest challenge. What a thrill that I finally succeeded to get it right! My family has been enjoying eating my hand-pulled noodles since my success in making them. There are so many ways to cook it. I made the soup type the other day, topped with a big piece of char siu chicken (click here for a super easy way to make char siu chicken). That was so delicious! It is really simple to cook it if you have the hand-pulled noodles and minced meat. Remember, always have a supply of ready marinated minced meat (click here on how to marinate minced meat). It makes cooking really easy and quick. Here’s how I cook it. The amount is enough for 2 persons.

Ingredients A (soup)
100g of minced meat
1 packet of ready washed green vegetables

Frying the minced meat

Frying the minced meat

Heat up some fried shallot oil in the frying pan. Add the minced meat and fry until fragrant and cooked.

Add water to the meat

Add water to the meat

Dish up the meat to a pot and add water. Let it boil.

Ingredients B (seasonings)
1t chicken stock granules
1T light soya sauce
1t oyster sauce
2C water
1/4t pepper powder (optional)

Soup for hand-pulled noodles

Soup for hand-pulled noodles

When the soup boils, add the vegetables and the seasonings. Adjust according to taste.

Ingredients C
1 bowl of hand-pulled noodles
2 pieces of char siu chicken

To serve, put half the noodles in a bowl. Pan fry the noodles first to warm it up. Pour the soup over the noodles. Top it with a piece of char siu chicken and some fried shallots. Do the same to the other portion. Enjoy it hot.

Have you ever eaten fresh hand-pulled noodles? How do you like it cooked? Have you ever tried to make it? Please share, add and comment in the comment box below.

Other recipes that you may be interested:
Making Hand-pulled Noodles

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Divina  on October 9th, 2009

Wow, that’s a feast for a noodle soup. I would like to have that. I haven’t made hand pulled noodles yet. But would like to make this soon. I had hand pulled noodles already at the restaurant with wonton. It was good. I hope you can make this for me.

Mary  on October 9th, 2009

@Divina - Hi, I’m still waiting for you to come. You will have more than this noodle. I’ll cook for you whatever you like that I’ve put up on my blog. I hope to make the hand-pulled noodles again soon. Hope you make it soon, too, and let me know how it goes. It would definitely be awesome with wonton. I’ll have to make that when I make the noodles again. Thanks for sharing.

Natasha - 5 Star Foodie  on October 9th, 2009

Hand pulled noodles sound amazing and this soup looks so pretty and delicious! Would love to try it!

Anna  on October 9th, 2009

That’s a beautiful soup, looks delicious, love the chicken, I don’t think I ever had that. It’s a must try for sure.

lisaiscooking  on October 9th, 2009

Sounds fantastic! Your noodles must be delicious, and I’d love to try making char siu chicken.

Mary  on October 10th, 2009

@Natasha - Thanks for comment. I hope you try it out soon. My family love it very much.

@Anna - Thanks for your compliment. I hope you have fun in making and eating this special noodles soup.

@lisaiscooking - Thanks for your comment. The char siu chicken is a must to try and make cos it’s super easy. I just made it again yesterday.

penny aka jeroxie  on January 12th, 2010

I have to attempt this pull noodle. Looks so good and delicious.

Mary  on January 13th, 2010

It is very delicious….chewy and different from ordinary noodles.. Hope you try out soon.

alzia  on December 18th, 2010

thank you for ‘home made noodle’ recipe… it’s really great… delicious, chewy and yummy… thanks….:)

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