Chow Mein with pork filled fried won ton's

Shirley Makekau

By
@tutuwoman

I make this when the kids come over or for family gatherings..
This picture doesn't show up the veggies well but it is a very good meal with the fried pork filled won tons on the side..
I hope I explained well enough regarding the noodles.. Over in Hawaii in used S/S Samin noodles with the sauce packet inside. Over here in the mainland I just use the ramen noodles..shrimp flavored and the chicken flavored Packet for this recipe..

Rating:
★★★★★ 1 vote
Comments:
Serves:
6

Ingredients

1/4 lb
pork, cut into strips
1/4 tsp
garlic salt
1/4 tsp
salt
1/4 tsp
accent (optional)
1 Tbsp
cornstarch
2 Tbsp
salad oil
1 c
carrots ( 1 medium)
1 c
celery ( 1 stalk)
1 c
green onion (2 stalks)
1 c
green beans (6-8)
1/8 tsp
salt
1/8 tsp
accent (optional)
4 c
bean sprouts
1/8 tsp
salt
1/8 tsp
accent (optional)
2
cubes soup base (or two packets from raimen noodles package)
1 1/2 c
water
2 Tbsp
cornstarch
7 oz
dried saimin ( 1 package instant saimin) cooked as directed and drained

Step-By-Step

1Marinate the pork, garlic salt,salt, accent and cornstarch.
2Cut the veggies into thin strips and fry in hot wok or skillet.. When veggies (carrots, celery,green onion and green beans) are cooked to desired doneness, remove from skillet into a large mixing bowl.
3Fry in same wok/skillet the bean sprouts, salt and accent
4Combine beans sprouts with rest of veggies in the bowl and toss lightly to mix.
5Make sauce:
2 cubes soup base or the 2 packets from Raimin noodles ( I use shrimp flavored ramin and the sauce packet that goes with it PLUS a chicken flavored packet for chicken flavored ramin here in the mainland since I can't find the Saimin I used in Hawaii here in Wa. add to it the water, and cornstarch.( you will only use the 2 packets from the ramen noodles and just ONE package of the noodles.. as the recipe calls for ONE 70z package of saimin or ramen if you are going to use ramen.
I use the shrimp and chicken flavored packets..
6Fry marinated pork in hot wok/skillet with 2 Tablespoons oil. When pork is throughly cooked, add sauce to make gravy.
7To serve:
Spread cooked saimin (or Ramen) on large platter.
Cover noodles with cooked veggies. Pour pork gravy over entire dish.. garnish with chinese parsley if desired
8Serve with the pork filled fried won tons. Recipe for them will be posted next.

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Pasta, Pork
Regional Style: Asian