Perfect midweek meal This was a delicious Wednesday night meal. I love getting bok choy into anything I can and slicing it thin like the noodles was a great technique. My husband and I really like garlic and spice so I did double the garlic and chile paste. Otherwise I kept everything as is and it was delicious! I used my 100% buckwheat soba noodles and appreciated the nuttiness they added to the dish. Pros: tasty fast easy Cons: bland
Very similar to the Chinese fried noodles my ayi used to make for us in Shanghai. Unfortunately I had no Chinese wine (liao jiu) and ended up using some chardonnay - how unauthentic! Anyway make sure to cut the pork very thinly it helps if its frozen and cook it first (coated in some corn starch s & p). My noodles seemed dry so I tossed them with sesame oil and soy before topping with the stir fry. Looking forward to the leftovers!
jlykens is correct. My husband wouldn't eat it. Next time I'm going to make extra of the Grilled Pork Tenderloin Marinated in Spicy Soy and use the leftovers in this the next night. I also added sesame oil and extra soy.
pretty good. i cooked in a wok instead and added the noodles at the very end - this kept the noodles moist and gave them delicious flavor! i would almost recommend using something other than bok choy - which i LOVE but it doesnt suit this dish very well. other than that it was quick and easy and the hubby loved it!