I took a few photos of London's China Town so I can show you how it looks. Most cities have their own China town and we always seek them out when we travel. They are all different yet have the same welcoming feel.
|The Chinese bakery is not to be missed. Delicious Oriental style cakes, buns and sweets are reason enough to take a trip to China town.|
I made a quick dinner with the fresh Fujian noodles we bought at the Chinese supermarket and our takeaway roast and char siu pork. This recipe is called mixed meat because you can use any combination of meats and seafood that you like. You can use raw pork or chicken slices, seafood or any cooked meat. You can also add fish balls, fried tofu and mushrooms. You have to season and stir fry the raw meat first. I stir fried the noodles separately then topped it with the stir fried meat and vegetable sauce. It is a really versatile dish. You can use whatever ingredients you have or like.
400 gms. fresh Fujian or any fresh noodles
2 tbsps. light soy sauce
1 1/2 c. cooked meat
3 cloves of garlic chopped
1 carrot, sliced thinly diagonally
15 dwarf beans, cut diagonally into 2" lengths
4 bunches of spring onions, cut diagonally, green parts and white parts separated
3-4 Chinese leaves (Napa cabbage)
2 cups chicken stock
2 tbsps. corn flour
1 tbsp. oyster sauce
1 tsp. sugar
1 tsp. sesame oil
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