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By: Susan Chan
Chow Fun is a common Chinese dish made from wide rice noodles. The recipe in "blog" form (with more pictures) can be viewed here.
- 1 1-lb. package of Old Neighborhood Shaved Chicken
- 1 package of fresh wide rice noodles (he fen, ho fun, wide bánh phở). Dried noodles will work if fresh noodles are not available
- 1 lb. of baby bok choy, washed
- (optional) ½ lb. of bean sprouts, washed
- 2 tbsp. olive oil
- 1 tsp. garlic powder
- 6 tbsp. soy sauce
- 2 tbsp. sweet cooking rice wine (mirin)
- 1 tbsp. chili garlic sauce
- black pepper to taste
- scallions (green onions), cut into 1 inch strips.
- Place the shaved chicken in a bowl, with 2 tbsp. of soy sauce and 2 tbsp. of the rice wine. Let it marinate while you deal with the noodles.
- Choose the option that best suits your noodles:
- The noodles are dried. Prepare them according to the package’s directions, and go to Step 3.
- The noodles are fresh and soft. If the noodles are in strips, you need only separate the noodles from each other. If the fresh noodles are in sheets, then cut the noodles parallel to the short side, in ¾ to 1 inch strips, before separating the noodles. Go to Step 3.
- The noodles are fresh and somewhat firm. If the noodles are in strips, dip and gently stir them in warm water for roughly a minute to soften them up. They should separate, and you can go to Step 3. If the noodles are in sheets, then cut the noodles parallel to the short side, in ¾ to 1 inch strips, before doing the dip.
- If your baby bok choy stalks are bulky, you can cut them lengthwise, in half. Otherwise, you can leave them as is.
- Heat a pan or wok over medium-high heat. Add 2 tbsp. of olive oil. Toss in the marinated chicken, as well as any leftover marinade. Cook until the chicken is lightly brown on both sides.
- Sprinkle the chicken with black pepper, remove the chicken from the pan, leaving the sauce, and set it aside.
- Toss in the bean sprouts into the pan and stir fry for roughly a minute.
- Remove the bean sprouts, leaving the sauce, and set them aside.
- Toss in the baby bok choy into the pan. Add 1 tsp. garlic powder, and stir fry for about 2 minutes.
- Toss in the separated noodles into the pan. Add 4 tbsp. of soy sauce and 1 tbsp. of the chili garlic sauce into the pan.
- Stir the baby bok choy and the noodles until they are coated somewhat evenly with the soy sauce.
- Toss in the scallions, bean sprouts, and the chicken.
- Continue to stir fry for 3 to 5 minutes, depending on how much “char” you want on your noodles.
- Sprinkle with black pepper and serve hot!