Fried Glass Noodle 炒冬粉
In searching what to make for lunch today, here is a simple meal for using some leftovers.
This is what I have in my refrigerator:
1 small carrot
2 stalks Spring onion
10 medium Prawns
500ml Chicken broth
100g Lean pork
200g Glass noodle (here)
some fresh red chilli, cut small
1/2 tsp Sugar
1 1/2 tbsp Oyster sauce
1 tsp Sesame oil
1 tbsp Cooking wine (Hua Tiao Jiu)
Mix seasoning with the 500ml chicken broth
- Soak the glass noodle in water for 20 minutes and drain.
- Cut or grate the carrots into strips.
- Cut the asparagus slant about 1cm and spring onion to about 3 cm length.
- Cut lean pork in strips ~ season with pinch of salt, pepper, 1/8 tsp sesame oil, 1/8 tsp light soy sauce and 1/2 tsp corn flour.
- Clean, shell and devein prawns, cut into halves ~ season with salt and pepper.
- Heat wok with enough oil, add 1 tbsp chopped garlic, stir fry garlic until aromatic and add carrot and add seasoning.
- Bring seasoning to boil add lean pork, prawns, asparagus, carrot and glass noodle, stir to combine ~ boil, cover and simmer for 5 mins at medium heat.
- Lastly add chilli and spring onion, serve hot.
Thanks all for your nice comments.
Blessed Homemaker: I also like the Korean version.
I like fried 冬粉! I was introduced to the Korean 冬粉 by my sister last year and have fallen in love with it since. If you can get hold of the korean version, do give it a try. Their 冬粉 is thicker and doesn't break easily.
yeah !! 我最喜欢吃冬粉了！
This is making me drool. I have been busy and haven't had the time to read any food blogs lately though. 🙁
Thank you! Mimi 🙂
Biren: Yes, our boys at home also love this a lot.
Simple but yummy. My youngest son loves glass noodles.
Yum. I always wish I had a fork full of your recipies.
HH: Thank you 😀
Rachel: Wah so relaxed! Did you go for holiday or stayed at home. Next time when you're here, I can cook this for you 🙂
Tigerfish: Thanks for your suggestion ;D Will buy the tom yam paste next round.
金77： 对不起哦！ 下次炒多一点，就请你到我家来。。。嘻嘻。。
MySweetKitchenTreats: Thank you for your nice words.
I love tang hoon very much and your version looks totally yummy! What a great way to clear the fridge 🙂
Aahh…glass noodles always our family favourite. Yours really makes me hungry..looks delicious..yumm..
哎呀～我这么迟才来，请问还有没有。Fried glass noodle看上去很好吃噢！一点也不觉得干哩！^^
If you have Tom Yum paste or something, adding a little may make it quite Thai! But I like your homey take on it! Nice 😀
I am too late for the dish this time.. too relaxing during the long weekend..haha ~
I can definitely follow your motivating and delicious recipe and make this one. I also love the plate it is sitting on….so pretty.
What a beautiful dish, this would make a great dinner.
Sophie: Thank you for your nice words.
neyeeloh: YOu're welcome.
Pete: Oh..next time I must add egg too.
Fried glass noodle is delicious…..I add lots of egg in it! LOL!
This is one of my favorite noodles, but didn't know how to cook. Thks for sharing ^_^
MMMMMM,…your fried glass noodles look so tasty & fab!!
MMMMMM,..very colourful too!
Kim: Thank you for coming here.
Chris, Sze Sze: Thanks!
Quinn: You can also cook the glass noodle in soup, also nice.
Mary: I know, I know…lots of prawns specially for you :DD
Kristy: So today you're full of spirit, cook anything special? Dong fun is glass noodle or glass vermicelli..same la..
The website was slow like snail yesterday, making me dizzy! I went to bed early, at 10pm. And my hubby was so surprise! haha… I love this stir fried glass noodle very much too. I thought 'dong fun' called as glass vermicelli! So, which is which?
Whah…another of my favourite….mmmm. I need 2 plates and more prawns 😀
Yummy, I have a large pack of glass noodle and now I know what to do with the remaining vegetable in my fridge, thanks Anncoo!!!
I like it, just nice! yummy…
Simple and nice.
What a delicious way to use up your leftovers! This looks so comforting.
Ann: Thank you!
Victor: Because of the transparency we called this glass noodle.
Juliana: Glass noodle is really good to go with prawns.
Sook: Japchae is more chewy than glass noodle. I love cold Japchae.
Fimere, Wenn: Thanks for your comment.
yummy! my favorite!
yummy adore noodles just like 3 little tummies blog today love both of your blogs always make me hungry!
encore un plat très appétissant que tu nous présente, j'aime beaucoup
de très belles photos une assiette délicieuse et appétissante j'adore
That looks a lot like Japchae (korean stirfried glass noodles)! So yummy!
Nice meal…looks delicious with shrimps:-) I love the texture of the glass noodles.
I didn't know you call it glass noodle, one of my favorite noodles.
never tried this, looks so yum
Pavithra: Yes, this is very popular in food courts here, also fry with prawns.
Cheah: hihii..I'm not Hokkien but I eat any kind of food as long as its tastes good.
Sushma: Thank you 🙂
lovely click, delicious noodles..
Love those trans glass noodles and u have a yummy looking recipe here :-)))
I love this dish and it's quite popular with the Hokkiens, right?
Yumm ..I lov it and tasted it in food courts.
Little Inbox: Yes, I remember there is a popular dish called 马义上树，that is glass noodle with hairy courd, dried shrimps and lean pork.
Angie: Oh yes, glass noodle can also make into salad.
Trendsetters: Thanks for your nice comment.
Lishapisa: Thanks for your coming here, love your blog and interesting recipes 🙂
Lia: Thanks for answering!
Velva: Thank you for your compliment!
Hi Anncoo, Nice to meet you and yes you can add us on your blog roll as you are on ours!
You have a great Blog!
Those glass noodles look so good with prawns and veggies!
I enjoy glass noodles. I don't eat them hardly enough 🙂 You did a great job putting together a meal with what was left in your refrigerator and pantry.
Love both of them, glass noodle and bee hoon. But for soup, I will still pick glass noodle 😉
At the market one day and saw a package of glass noodle …reminding of my mom's cooking- it went straight to my basket and have not cook it yet so thanks for the recipe!
The broth is a good idea as i remember them becoming sticky!
lovely color n beautiful presentation
Love the glass noodles, esp. when stir-fried with a mixed veggies and seafood. They even taste very good when cold.
I like to use glass noodle in my cooking too. Less carbohydrate.
Thanks Lia! I love glass noodle more than Bee Hoon. How about you?
Jane: Oh! I want to see what will you cook with this glass noodle. *6*
Hungry tummies, Sonia: Thank you!
Cherry Potato: 嘻嘻。。你不是第一个。。。今天我整天都没出门，昨天的菜都吃完了，没办法，就随便煮咯，还算及格。
Pei-Lin: 要不要我在炒一碟给你 :DD