Stir-fried Flat Rice Noodle with Sliced Beef = 乾炒牛河
Cantonese Pinyin: gon1 caau2 ngau4 ho2
The best dish of flat rice noodle with sliced beef is one stir fried with “wok hei”, served with chili sauce. Don’t forget to order an iced lemon tea. A perfect combo meal always!
- In a Cantonese food restaurant or Hong Kong style Cha Chaan Teng, a chef will often ask a novice cook to make a dish of stir-fried flat rice noodle with sliced beef, as part of a cooking test. One reason is the rice flat noodle being so easy sticking onto the wok when stir-frying. It’s all down to the mastering of “wok hay”, literally meaning “the breath of wok”.
- The name of Rice Flat Noodle, pronounced as “ho2 fan2” in Cantonese, comes from Guangdong’s Sha-he town, the birthplace of the noodle.
Stir-fried Flat Rice Noodle with Sliced Beef
== 1,000 Kcal==
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