my husband, children and I used to go to a ma and pa snack shop that was connected to the Suda store in Kihei, Maui and they made the best chow fun noodles.. We would order the chow fun that came in a sterafoam cup with chop sticks and we ordered cheeseburgers and soda with the meal.Then drive right across the street and park by the keawe tree on the beach shore and watch the kids swimming or fishing on the pier as we enjoyed our meal from Suda's. This snack shop closed in the mid 90's I believe which was a sad day for all their customers. Since moving to Washington we get hungry for chow fun so I tried my hand at the recipe and this is it. Of course its NOT Suda's chow fun but it is good to us who long for some of the good stuff! LOL
take the pork and rub it with salt/pepper/garlic powder.
Place the meat in a pan and cover with foil and let it bake until the consistance you would do for making BBQ pork. When done remove from oven.
Follow the cooking instructions on package of fettuccini noodles.. when cooked take out and drain well.
Next step is to chop up those leaf onions (green part) set aside
When the pork has cooled chop it into bit size pieces and set aside.
Get out your wok and add some peanut oil and when hot add the pork and then the noodles mixing well
Next add the bean sprouts and leaf onion.
add the salt and pepper (to taste)
I use two wooden spoons to lift the noodles and make sure all is mixed well. so when you lift the chow fun out to put in a bowl you get meat,veggies and the noodles.. know what I mean?
When the chow fun is in the serving bowl add the shoyu to your taste as well as the hot sauce..You can leave out the hot sauce but we like it in ours.And if you care to.. make some cheeseburgers to go with the chow fun and don't forget the soda pop too!!