Saturday, July 29, 2017

How to cook Fried Noodles with Chicken Hearts and Vegetables



If you are sick with eating instant noodles in the simple and boring way like pouring the boiled water into the bowl of noodles, this thread shows a different method of cooking instant noodles that is frying them with some other ingredients. It is based on yin and yan theory in Vietnamese cusine.


THE TUTORIAL VIDEO BELOW MAY INTEREST YOU

The YOUTUBE link: 
http://youtu.be/mhnGQn-_atQ

Duration: 7:31



The ingredients:
  • Three packages of Instant noodles
  • Eight Chiken hearts
  • 200gr of Water morning glory (or Spinach)
  • 150gr of Asparagus
  • One Carrot
  • One Tomato
  • 30gr of Dried mushrooms (or Fresh ones)
  • Four eggs
  • Six cloves of Garlic
  • 60gr of Spring onion
  • One Chili
  • One Lime (or Lemon)
  • One soup spoon of seasoning stock
  • Seasoning spices in the noodle packages (Keep one salt package only and all oil packages)
  • Frying butter
  • Two soup spoons of Cooking oil
  • One soup spoon of Vietnamese rice liquor


How to cook it:
Boil dried mushrooms with 50ml of water in five minutes (start counting when water is boiled) and keep soaking in hot water to make them expand. Split mushrooms in half each (if cooking with fresh mushrooms, you just need to split them in half each).


Boil dried mushrooms
Split mushrooms

Dice the carrot and tomato.


Dice carrot
Dice tomato

Chop both spring onion and asparagus into 1cm parts.


Chop spring onion
Chop asparagus

Chop water morning glory (spinach) into 4-5cm parts. Wait until 250ml of water is boiled and then boil water morning glory (spinach) in one minute. You have to turn the spinach after boiling 30 seconds.


Chop water morning glory

Split the chicken hearts in half each.


Split chicken hearts

Boil 150ml of water, and then put the noodles into the pot to boil them in 40 seconds. Then wash the noodles with cool water in 10 seconds. Pour noodles to the basket to drain them. 

Boil noodles

Put some butter and cooking oil into the frying pan. Then turn on the stove to melt butter. Start stir frying noodles well with boiled oil and butter in 30 seconds. 


Stir fry noodles

Add water morning glory (spinach), asparagus, carrot, tomato, chicken hearts, mushrooms into the pan when frying noodles. Keep stir frying noodles and other ingredients well in three minutes. Decrease fire to low level and leave your meal frying itself in 2-3 more minutes. 


Add other ingredients

You need to be quick when prepare the last ingredients when frying noodles itself. Mix garlic, eggs, chili, seasoning stock, one salt and two oil packages accompanied with instant noodle packages, Vietnamese rice liquor, and lime/lemon juice very well with a blender.


Prepare the blended mixture
Make the mixture with a blender

Add spring onion when frying noodles. Stir fry 30 more seconds.


Add spring onion

Add the above blended mixture to the noodles. Keep stir frying noodles well in one more minute with the strongest fire. Put the noodles on a plate, be able to sprinkle a little bit ground peppercorn and enjoy your meal with a pint of beer.


Add the mixture to the noodles

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Video's URL linkhttp://youtu.be/mhnGQn-_atQ

21 comments:

  1. looks like a great post I'm def going to have to try this recipe..ive never cooked chicken hearts before!

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    1. I think you should try something sometimes. Chicken heart is crunchy with really good taste too.

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  2. That looks amazing! My stomach is growling as I read!

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  3. What a cute animation at the top. Also, this looks pretty easy and tasty.

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  4. oh my goodness, my mouth is watering just reading this recipe! I love your step by step directions and pictures!! And the animation at the top is adorable =) Definitely caught my eye!!

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    1. Haha. So I think that's my success. I bet you will love my recipes when you implement them. ANW, thanks for visiting my blog and leaving this lovely comment.

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  5. This looks great I had never thought about adding stiff to instant noodles, I will have to give it a go sometime

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    1. Yeah, don't make your noodles boring. I have some other recipes and often upload new video on youtube and new blog every weekends (Saturday or Sunday).

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  6. Looks delicious! Am bookmarking this for future reference. I <3 mushrooms too! So, this is a PERFECT recipe for me! :)

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    1. Thanks. Hope you find chicken hearts and water morning glory (can be replaced by spinach) easily in your place.

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  7. Today I was planning to make noodles for lunch and I stumbled to this post...I am definitely going to try this recipe today!

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    1. Really. Good to know. I will try to create other noodle recipes :)

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  8. I love fried noodles! This recipe looks and sounds delicious :)

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    1. Yeah. You can cook for your family for lunch or dinner, up to you.

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    1. Thanks so much! I'm glad if you try to cook my recipe and share my blog to your friends. Cheers!

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