Char Kwetiau

Serves 2

My husbands colleague gave us a big bag of flat noodles, that was a specialty of her hometown. I was thinking whether I will cook it as another udon recipe but I was curious and wanted to experiment whether it taste and have the texture similar to kwetiau. As I was talking to a good friend of mine, she says she was craving for char kwetiau but her recipe screwed up. Great idea, so I made them into delicious char kwetiau! I love eating Char Kwetiau in the hawker stalls in Singapore. Everything in Singapore taste very good anyway.

100 grams flat noodles
200 grams beef slices/seafood/chicken
4 garlic cloves
2 tbs oyster sauce
1 tbs light soy sauce
1-2 tbs sweet soy sauce
1 cup been sprout/pokcoy/chives
Salt and pepper to taste

How to prepare:
-boil the flat noodles, when cooked drain it in cold water, set aside
-crush the garlic with the edge of your knife and cut into little pieces
-saute the garlic with some oil
-add the beef/seafood/chicken
-add 1 tbs oyster sauce, soy sauce and 1 tbs sweet soy sauce
-add the noodles and blend well
-add the remaining sauces and blend well
-add the vegetable and mix for a while
-turn off heat and serve


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