Friday, March 29, 2013

Hakka Lo See Fun with Minced Meat (客家肉碎老鼠粉)

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I read this Hakka Lo See Fun in one of my favourite cookbook by Agnes Chang. Since it has been very long time not having lo see fun I decide to cook it and serve my family on weekend. This is very simple and yet satisfy meal especially have it together with hot chili dipping sauce :)

Adapted and slightly from Delightful Snacks & Dim Sum cookbook by Agnes Chang
Hakka Lo See Fun with Minced Meat (客家肉碎老鼠粉)
(A) Minced meat
3 tablespoons oil
1 tablespoon chopped shallots and garlic
250 minced pork

(B) Seasoning
1 tablespoon fish sauce (replace with soya sauce)
1 tablespoon light soya sauce
1 tablespoon oyster sauce
1 teaspoon sesame oil
¼ teaspoon pepper
1 teaspoon dark soya sauce
4 tablespoon water (use 1 cup water as kids prefer saucy noodles)

(C) Garnishing
500g rice pin noodles (lo see fun)
1 tablespoon fried shallot oil, for mixing lo see fun

200g bean sprouts
2 stalks spring onion, diced
2 tablespoons fried shallots
2 red chilies, sliced, mixed with 2 tablespoons light soya sauce

1. Heat the oil in wok on medium heat. Add the shallot and garlic and fry till fragrant. Add the minced pork and allow to simmer for 5 minutes, or until thoroughly cooked. Add in seasoning. Bring to boil and taste. Dish up and set aside.

2. Blanch bean sprout until just cooked. Drain and set aside.

3. Blanch lo see fun until hot. Drain, add in shallot oil and mix to combine.

4. Place the lo see fun, bean sprout onto serving bowl. Top with minced pork, spring onion and fried shallots. Serve hot with sliced red chilies.
I am submitting this post to Aspiring Bakers #29Heirloom and Local Dialect Recipes 家传菜/籍贯菜(March 2013 ) hosted by FHL of Faith Hope Love 


  1. Vivian, it looks so good! Would love to have a bowl of this noodle with lots of chilli dipping sauce!

  2. Looks so delicious! Simple and so homey, my kids love noodles like this!

  3. Hi Vivian! Simple heritage food... that has to be preserved and pass down...

  4. Mmmm looks simple yet delicious!

  5. I love it when my grandma makes this noodles from scratch, must ask her to demo to me next time I go back. Your Hakka version looks clean and tasty.

  6. This is yummy and easy to prepare especially for a quick lunch ..


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