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Teochew Bak Chor Mee 香菇肉脞面 (Minced Pork Noodles)

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I blogged about this before but i just realised that i was so tired that time and i forgot to write down the recipe. This time, i tried to improve a few things and it turned out so so amazing! This is one of the most popular and iconic dish in Singapore’s hawker centre. I am so proud to have perfected my recipe for it. The mushrooms and the mushroom sauce is TO-DIE-FOR, and the best part is i can have much of it as i want! Believe it or not, some places here refuse to give you more mushrooms even if you offer to pay more :(I am missing liver as Ben doesn’t like it and i didn’t want to buy a piece just for myself.  Anyhows, this is not a difficult dish, a little tedious to make, but full of the best local flavours, I feel like a hawker now!

Click for: Homemade Noodle Recipe

Ingredients: (Serves 2)

  1. About 8 dried shitake mushrooms (soaked till soft)
  2. 500ml pork bone broth/chicken stock + small amount of water used to soak mushrooms
  3. Mushroom sauce seasonings: 1 tbsp dark soy sauce, 1 tbsp light soy sauce, 1 tbsp sugar, pinch of salt and pepper.
  4. 100g sliced pork (I used pork belly sukiyaki)
  5. 125g minced pork
  6. Pork marinade: 1/8 tsp salt, pepper and 1 tsp corn flour
  7. Pork balls
  8. Optional: liver
  9. Noodle sauce mix (for 1 serve): about 1 small ladle full of mushroom sauce, 1 – 2 tbsp chinese black vinegar,  tbsp light soy sauce, 1 tsp thick dark soy sauce, sambal chilli1
  10. 220g yellow noodles or mee pok, cooked till al dente
  11. Garnish: lettuce, spring onions and coriander. Optional: crispy pork lard

Method:

  1. Remove mushroom stems and slice
  2. Add mushroom sauce seasoning into pork broth and bring to boil. Add in mushrooms and simmer for about 30 minutes until tender.
  3. Marinade pork until ready to cook
  4. Bring some pork broth to boil and add in pork and pork balls until cooked. Drain and set aside.
  5. Mix noodle sauce mix in a bowl. Top with cooked noodles, minced and sliced pork, pork balls and garnish.
  6. Mix well before eating
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