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Mushroom Pork Ribs Noodles




This is another simple one-dish meal ........ 'Mushroom pork ribs noodles' aka 'Tung Koo Pye Kuat Meen', wholesome and tasty.







For a change I use the thicker and fatter type of Won ton mee and I find it to be just as crunchy.

Ingredients
  • 320 gm pork ribs, cut into 2 inch lengths
  • 300 gm pak choy, washed and cut into bite size
  • 100 gm dried mushrooms, soaked and stemmed
  • 1 star anise
  • 3 cups water
  • 2  tsp each of  - oyster sauce, light and dark soya sauce
  • 1  tsp salt
  • 10 gm rock sugar
  • 1/4 tsp freshly ground black pepper
  • 3 servings of noodles
  • 2 tsp cornflour + 2 tbsp water for thickening
  • Some sesame oil
Preparation
  1. Wash and blanch the pork ribs in some hot water.  Remove and rinse in running water, drain and set aside.
  2. In a pot, boil the 3 cups of water with the star anise and mushrooms.  Once the water starts to boil, add in the pork ribs.
  3. Add in the salt, oyster sauce, light and dark soya sauce, rock sugar and black pepper.
  4. Cook under medium and low heat till the ribs are tender.
  5. Fine tune to taste and thicken with the cornflour mixture.
  6. Meanwhile, bring a pot of water to the boil, blanch the pak choy, drain and set aside.
  7. In the same pot of rapidly boiling water toss in the loosened noodles, one at a time.  Stir for about 2 mins. drain on strainer, rinse under running water for a second, then put back in the hot water, keep stirring.  Noodles are cooked once they're translucent.  Dish out and drain of water.
  8. Place noodles on a serving plate, drizzle in some light soya sauce and sesame oil, mix well.
  9. Add in the blanched pak choy, ladle the pork ribs and mushrooms together with a generous serving of  gravy.  Garnish with chopped chillies and add in a dash of pepper.
  10. Serve hot.

Comments

  1. Oh Cheah, I want to eat this before I go to bed! Anymore left? ;DD

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  2. This looks wonderful, Cheah. Your photo has made me very hungry. I hope you are having a wonderful day. Blessings...Mary

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  3. The noodles and the pork ribs together sounds wonderful, this is a terrific one dish meal!

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  4. That looks even more better than those sold outside, so much more "liew" :D

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  5. My kind of meal too. One dish got carbs, protein and fiber...

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  6. Frankly, I love the gravy the most! So tasty with the noodle. Simply delicious! Guess, your hubby will love this very much too. Hope you're having a nice day.
    Cheers, Kristy

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  7. I love to have braised pork with noodle like yours too! Looks very delicious!

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  8. Anncoo, supper eh?

    Thanks, Mary. You have a great day too!

    5 Star Foodie
    Yes, easy one-dish meal any time!

    Jeannie
    Yes, home cooked, must add more 'liew' to make it more wholesome!

    tigerfish, yes 3 in 1!

    Kristy
    Like I've said before, he's always my guinea pig. Good or no good, he still has to stomache it! Nice day to you too!

    Try it penny, easy to cook.

    3 hungry tummies
    This is too easy for you, chef! No sweat!

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  9. mmmmmm my kinda comfort food, seem like a very Hong Kong dish ( half dry and moist egg noodle) thank you for the recipe! it's quite easy and i have tons of egg noodle in my pantry:)
    Lisa

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  10. Cheah...your homecooked mee looks great and yummy. Thanks for sharing :)

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  11. Noodles and pork...count me in! Your photos look beautiful and they are making me very hungry right now! Thanks for sharing.

    [email protected]

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  12. lishapisa, Elin, pigpigscorner, Jessica
    You are most welcome!

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