Yesterday was my girlfriend's birthday, and I did a stir-fry noodle dish for her potluck. For many Asians, noodles are considered a symbol of longevity, especially if you've ever seen the lengths of noodles in Asia. I used some fresh yellow noodles found at the Asian market, and made this in her favorite minced beef combo. This was a quick stir-fry with sesame oil, soy sauce, oyster sauce, chili oil, cornstarch and some chicken stock in the sauce.
Now she should live for another 150 years, at least!
Thursday, November 08, 2007
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Very very lucky girlfriend!
Waah! apart from having so many great recipes you are now PR4! Great stuff leh! Cheers! My favorite is beef kueh-teow fried!
So sweet of you to make that for your girlfriend's birthday. This dish of yours is more East Meets West, like using the whole baby carrots and uncut long french beans in the dish. LOL! :P
Sounds nice but I can't see photo for this post and the previous one. Will try again tomorrow.
we call mie panjang umur :D
Hi Beau Lotus,
You should move closer. ;)
Haha! Thanks, but what's PR4? I love beef kueh-teow too!
Haha! Yes, because she's not Asian, and she doesn't like shitake mushroom loh! :0
Aww... come back soon! ;)
Oh...now I now the name in Indonesian...Thanks! :)
lloks gorgeous.... love those minced! I should do some when I get back from terengganu.
Lucky girlfriend indeed!
Yeap....your girlfriend is really a very lucky lady :-)
I stumbled into your blog through beau lotus' blog and it's a nice blog :-)
Oh wow, what a wonderful friend you are.
Hi Big Boys Oven,
Thanks, and have fun in Terengganu. :)
I'll cook for you too! ;)
Thanks, and she was worth it, and she'll know the tradition of noodles for birthdays now! :)
Thanks for stopping by, and hope to see you again! :)
oh!! at first glance I tot it's 'dan dan mee".It's very nice and considerate of you to bring long life noodle for u gf Birthday ..
Woooo...I so love minced meat with noodles! Hahaha...we made almost the same dish..:)
Your girlfriend is so lucky! That was sweet of you to brighten her day with this wonderful dish!
Thanks for visiting, and come to think of it, it does resemble dan dan noodles, uh? :)
We are thinking alike! LOLz!
Thanks! Would make one for you if you lived closer. She got a kick out of the longevity noodle story too! :)
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