|Teochew Mi Sua (Sauteed Teochew Noodles)|
Teochew Mi Sua (Sauteed Teochew Noodles)--serves 1-2
About 1-2 Tbsp of oil (vegetable, corn, canola, olive or whatever you prefer)
A few spoonfuls of ground pork or a few pieces of thinly sliced pork
A small handful of Dried Shrimp (home-made or store bought), hydrated in water for about 20 minutes, drained
1/2 recipe of Home-Made Egg Noodles
1 small bunch of Chinese chives, cut into about 1-inch lengths
A few squirts of soy sauce
Saute pork and shrimp with oil until the meat is just cooked. Add noodles, chives and soy sauce. Saute until the noodles are not clumpy, the soy sauce has blended into the noodles evenly and the chives are just wilted. May add a little more oil if needed. If you have any cilantro then chop some and add on top once done with cooking to garnish.
*If you are using the standard mi sua (noodles) that already contain lots of salt in them then you may want to omit the soy sauce.