Wednesday, December 22, 2010

Hủ Tiếu Xào Đồ Biến Ap Chảo (Flat Rice Noodle with Seafood Stir-fry)

This dish is simple and fast Chinese-Vietnamese dish to make. I love this dish because of its versatility. You can use mostly any vegetables you have in your fridge, especially if they are to go rancid soon; you can leave out the meat and it makes for a great vegetarian dish. If you are ever in the east San Diego region, drop by Quốc Tế Restaurant for this dish. It is simply delicious there. I am sorry for the lack of photo. I will take one and add it once I make this dish again.

Hủ Tiếu Xào Đồ Biến Ap Chảo (Flat Rice Noodle with Seafood Stir-fry)
Savor. Devour.


· seafood (fish, shrimp, scallop, squid, etc…) cut to bite sized pieces

· 4 bok choy bunches or any other leafy vegetables like bok choy

· 1 onion, sliced

· minced garlic (about 2 cloves or 1 tsp)

· corn starch

· mushroom seasoning

· salt

· pepper

· flat rice noodle (Hủ Tiếu)


· Pan fry the flat noodles, set aside.

· In a big pan, add oil and garlic, fry until golden, add onion and fry for 30 seconds.

· Add the stalk of the bok choy and fry for another minute.

· Add the seafood and seasoning. Fry for about 2 minutes.

· Add a cup of water and let simmer

· In a bowl, add two tbsp of corn starch and four tbsp of water. Mix until even.

· Add the corn starch mixture into the pan and mix. The sauce should become more viscous.

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