Friday, July 4, 2008

Kimchi E-Noodles

It's so good to be back to the kitchen. Despite Beijing's yummy treats and gorgeous, spacious, and luxurious hotel room, there's no place like home.

A home is where my..........
- large bottle of sweet soy sauce
- comprehensive collection of instant noodles
- huge sack of rice
- boxes of coconut milk
- crappy photo studio
- cheap but best hair dryer
- many bottles of almost finished fragrances
- wardrobe overflowing with clothes, bags and jewellries I hardly wear or use
- sous chef
.......................are LOL!

I was in the mood for kimchi flavored anything, and I miss the chewy but soft texture of e-min (not e-mail, it's e-noodle as in "e-fu noodles") I've decided to make

Kimchi E-Noodles

Sold in large plate-like pieces, dip it into hot water to soften and try to get rid of as mush oil as you can

Cabbage Kimchi
I love its instense flavor. It bites.

Prawn balls and Taiwanese Pork Mushroom Balls
Remember, always accessorize

Nicely Marbled Thinly Sliced Beef

(serves 4)
- 2 large pieces of e-min, softened
- 4 cloves of garlic, finely chopped
- 1 onion, thinly sliced
- 3 red chilli, finely chopped
- a small bunch of spring onions, roughtly chopped
- 1 cup of kimchi (adjust to suit your taste)
- prawn balls, meat balls, beef (or any other choice of meat/shrimps/anything you like)
- fish sauce, dark soy sauce, sweet soy sauce (or sugar)

Saute garlic, onion, chilli, add meat, kimchi, noodles, add sauces, add spring onion, mix well, serve

Sharing this with Presto Pasta Night Gang ^_^

Oh, and home is also where my Internet (with huge bandwidth) and food pictures are ^_^


ChichaJo said...

A friend of mine tried kimchi noodles too and loved it...I love kimchi so this is something I will definitely be trying out too! :)

Anonymous said...

Hey, welcome back from Beijing.

You said accessorize? I'm all for wearing prawn and pork thingies for a quick snack on the go. Does that kind of fashion exist for men too? hehe :-)

The Kimchi Noodles look fantastic my dear!

daphne said...

Too bad AR hates kimchi to the core but it looks really delicious.

tigerfish said...

Yes! I like kimchi with noodles! Let the noodles soak up all the kimchi flavor :)

Peter M said...

Welcome back Rita! Let's make a deal - I make Korean BBQ, you prepare the

Unknown said...

welcome back home, Rit. mie kimchi-nya kliatan enak

Ruth Daniels said...

Welcome home and enjoy all your thngs - especially the sous chef!

Thanks for sharing your kimchi e-noodles with Presto Pasta Nights. My daughter and son-in-law in particular will love them.

Little Corner of Mine said...

Looks like my kind of noodle! YUM!

eatingclubvancouver_js said...

Looks like a great noodle dish! Gimme some kimchiheat now.

Anonymous said...

I heart, heart, heart, kim chi! There's always a big jar in my fridge!

Mama Mia said...

Im a kimchi whore too... ive never tried e-min before! Would love to try one day!

Anonymous said...

itu noodle nya yg buat ifumie? looks yummy!

Anonymous said...

Great! with those ingredients it can only be great!

Anonymous said...

A yummy dish, Rita. I really enjoyed your photos of the city. Thank you :)

Retno Prihadana said...

Blon pernah nyobain kimchi, mau donk Rit semangkok...wah telat yaak

A.G said...

aku suka ma beefnya yg tuipis iku lhooo.. ketok fresh bngt :)
kimchi... oh hanya mimpi disini ga ono kimchi *cry*

Unknown said...

hi chichajo, if u love kimchi, u'd lovee this :)

hi zenman, accessorize at the right places and someone wud eat those right off ya lol

daph! AR hates kimchi to the core? wowwww that's too bad T_T

tigerfish, yeah baby! absorbbb

hi, peter! deal!

hi mindy, ruth, ching, js, monica, & maryann, thanks! hehe

worc, hoho i'm gonna hv to replenish my kimchi stock too, it's going too quickly!

hi lina, try e-min...u'll love the texture

hi liz, iya, tapi kadang pada pake yg tipis buat ifumie

mba retno, yin...mungkin di chinatown bisa beli satu jar?

test it comm said...

That sounds good! I really like kimchi!

Unknown said...