Chinese Hand Pulled Noodles

Chinese Hand Pulled Noodles

In this episode of Culinary Secrets with Chef Tomm, Chef Tomm shows us the ancient Chinese Secret of Hand Pulled Noodles. It took Chef Tomm years to learn this guarded Chinese Secret. Now he is going to teach it to you. Visit me at my site for the free recipe

300g Cake flour
50g All Purpose flour
200g Water
15g Sesame oil
6g Salt
3g Baking soda
Place all ingredients into your Kitchen Aid mixing bowl. Put mixer on speed four
for about 12 minutes. Give the dough a test. It should be very stretchy and feel and have the
consistency like warm chewing gum. If you are using a different type of mixer you may
have to play with the time a little but the consistency should be the same. You can see this
in the video.

Yield: 2 large portions
6oz Pork sliced thin
1.5tsp Chinese 5 spice
2oz Small dice onions
2oz Carrots blanched ( cut julienne style then about 1/2 inch lengths )
2oz Potatoes blanched ( cut julienne style then about 1/2 inch lengths )
5oz Spicy garlic sauce
2oz Water
1Tbs Canola Oil
1Tbs Chopped ginger
2 cloves Sliced garlic
3 or 4 Green onions thinly sliced
Place the thinly sliced pork in a bowl and sprinkle the Chinese 5 spice and mix
thoroughly. Place the spicy garlic sauce in a bowl and add the water to it. In your saute pan
or wok put in your oil and put it over high heat. Add the garlic and ginger until it become
aromatic, be careful not to burn. Add the pork and stir it around quickly until it has a little
color on it. Add the onions and stir until the turn translucent then the carrots and potatoes.
Continue to stir until warmed through about 30 seconds. Add the spicy garlic sauce and
bring up to heat. Add your cooked hand pulled noodles and mix until thoroughly
incorporated. Place the noodles in two bowls and garnish with green onions, serve.
Note: This recipe like all recipes are basic guidelines. If you want more garlic, add more
garlic or if you want it spicier add more spicy garlic sauce but above all, enjoy it!
oz= ounces

Quick Chinese Noodle Soup
Yield 4 servings
2 Garlic cloves crushed
1oz Fresh ginger, cut into 1/8” slices
1Tbs Canola or vegetable oil
1qt Chicken stock
2 Scallions sliced thin
TT Salt
TT White pepper
1 Recipe of hand pulled noodles, cooked
2 Scallions sliced thin
Place the oil in a sauce pan and bring up to medium heat. Add the garlic and ginger
and cook until very aromatic. Add the chicken stock and bring to a simmer for
approximately twenty minutes. Taste the soup and adjust seasonings with salt and pepper as
needed. Divide the noodles between four bowls. Pour in the soup between the four bowls
garnish with remaining scallions. Serve.

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