Sichuan Hot & Spicy Noodle with Soft Boiled Egg
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Sichuan Hot & Spicy Noodle with Soft Boiled Egg

Serves 4
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The noodles from this dish absorb the hot and spicy flavours, and leave a little tingle and lingering aftertaste. Meanwhile, the sweetness from honey & soy minced pork and egg balances the spiciness. This is a perfect dish to warm you on a cold day.

Ingredients

4 large eggs, room temperature
280g minced pork
1 Tbsp vegetable oil
4 sweet potato vermicelli, soaked in water
240g enoki mushroom, cleaned
1 cucumbers, finely sliced

Marinade

½ sachet Lee Kum Kee Honey & Soy Stir-fry Sauce (for minced pork)
½ sachet Lee Kum Kee Honey & Soy Stir-fry Sauce (for soft boiled egg)
800ml water (for soft boiled egg)

Sauce Mix

Dressing

Drizzle Lee Kum Kee Pure Black Sesame Oil

Garnish

300 ml water (for cucumber)
1 tsp salt (for cucumber)

Method

1 Cook eggs in boiling water for 6 minutes. Put in an ice bath to stop cooking. Peel the eggs and marinate in Lee Kum Kee Honey & Soy Stir-fry Sauce mixed with water.
2 Mix the minced pork in Lee Kum Kee Honey & Soy Stir-fry Sauce . Heat the oil in a pan then sauté the minced pork for 3 minutes until cooked.
3 Cook the vermicelli in sauce mix for 5 minutes add the enoki mushroom for a further 3 minutes.
4 For the sliced cucumber, soak in salted water for 1 minute and dry. Place the cucumber slices overlapping in a circle to roll up and make a rose for garnish.
5 Twist and place the vermicelli in 4 serving bowls with the mushrooms. Add the soup just enough to cover the vermicelli. Divide the pork between the bowls. Slice the eggs in half and place in each bowl, garnish with cucumber flower.
6 Finally, dress with a drizzle of Lee Kum Kee Pure Black Sesame Oil for extra fragrance.

Tips

1 Plating tips - Sliced and rolled
2 Slices give volume to the dish. Generally, for long vegetables such as cucumber and carrot, curve the slices for waves. Sliced cucumber can be rolled as a rose.
3 Cooking tips
4 Sweet potato vermicelli has high elasticity. It gives more texture to the dish. If it is not available, egg noodles can be used.
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