This is another rendition of “meat” on noodles with “vegetable”. Every time when I leave the Chinese supermarket, if I remember, I buy 1-2lbs of BBQ pork. If I could, I would eat BBQ every day and wouldn’t get sick of it.
You can buy BBQ pork in Austin in 2 restaurants: First Chinese BBQ (10901 N Lamar Blvd) and Din Ho (8557 Research Blvd). I prefer First Chinese BBQ because their pork tastes better (more flavor) and they rarely run out of it. At both of these places, there are also roast duck and other Chinese specialty foods for sale by the pound.
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- Chinese noodles, thin, thick, la mian, anything you desire
- 1 TB sesame oil
- 1 TB chicken broth powder
- 1 tsp soy sauce
- Snow pea leaves
- Canola oil
- BBQ pork slices
- Cook the noodles in a boiling pot of water with the chicken broth powder. After cooking, remove noodles to a bowl and add desired amount of the hot chicken broth to noodles. Add sesame oil and soy sauce and mix.
- Lightly cook the snow pea leaves so that they wilt.
- Place the snow pea leaves on top of the noodles then place the pork on top.