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This is my interpretation of the classic Chinese Mei Fun. This dish was planned for lunch Last Saturday at the Fl Mini Fest, but I got talked into getting a bushel of fresh oysters instead and never got around to cooking until yesterday. It is a great blending of flavors. Hope you try it, at least order it in a Chinese restaurant if you like noodles and oriental veggies.
1 10-12 Ozs Pkg Chinese won ton thin egg noodles
1 Cup Roasted Pork or Char Sui Pork, cut into thick strips
2 Cups Lup Cheong Chinese Sweet Sausage cut into small chunks
1 Lb Chicken Breasts, cut into chunks
1 Lb 41-50 Shrimp
2 Cups Onions, thin wedges
2 Cups Carrots, Julienne, thin strips
1 Red Bell Pepper, thin strips
4 Heads Baby Bok Choy, Thin slices across the rib.
2 Cups Snow Peas
1 Cup Chinese Mushrooms, Cut medium
2 Cups Green Papaya, Shredded
3-5 Pieces Scallions, Cut into 2 inch lengths and then split lengthwise
2 Small Cans Water Chestnuts, Sliced
Oriental Soy Sauce mixture
1 The Raws:
2 Cooked the noodles in boiling water for about 8 minutes and then drained. Placed in small quantities into hot wok with some peanut oil and little chicken broth. Added enough BBQ sauce to lightly coat noodles. Stirred until all mixed and the broth is absorbed. Removed to serving platter.
3 Took the pork and sausage and cooked in a little peanut oil. Placed on top of noodles, Cooked the shrimp in a little sherry and added some soy mixture. Placed on platter. Did the chicken next, same as shrimp.
4 Sauteed the onions until starting to get translucent.
5 Next did the carrots until just starting to get soft:
6 Some Red Bell Peppers:
7 Then the baby bok choy.
8 Addded uncooked scallions and papaya to top of dish.
9 And finished with sautéd snow peas:
Asian, Main Dish, Pasta
Source: Richard Fl, 2011/11/08
Richard Melbooooring Fl.
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