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Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Omelette Noodle


Alexander's Pre School teacher wanted to have the recipe of his favorite dish as she is making a recipe book of all the favorite food of her class.  When i asked him which is his favorite, i was glad that it was something that i cook for him and not something out of the box.  He loves noodles in any form and he could use his chopstick and pick up the most slippery kind.  This pair of child chopstick is worth every cent spend and every asian mom should get a pair for their child as eating noodles using chopsticks is so much fun.



Ingredients:

2 large eggs
1 tbsp cornstarch/tapioca starch dilute with 1 tbsp water
1/4 tsp salt

Method:

Beat all the ingredients until blended.

Heat a small frying pan preferably a non-stick one with as little oil as possible.

Pour in enough of egg mixture to make a thin omelette. When omelette sets, flip over and cook the other side.

Remove onto a chopping board.

Continue to make omelette with the rest of the egg mixture .

Pile the omelette and roll it up like a swiss roll, then cut into tiny strips, loosen the strips and ta-ta noodles are ready.

Enjoy them as much as Alexander does.
Serves

11 comments:

Mary said...

What a clever idea. I can just picture your little guy eating these with his chopsticks. I'm going to pass your recipe on to my daughter.

Lyndsey said...

What a great dish. I should think anyone would love this. The chops sticks are so cute.

shaz said...

Such a simple speedy dish, will definitely try this! We've got some similar chopsticks too (a toucan and a giraffe) and the kids love it:) Thanks for sharing the recipe with us.

xin said...

awwww the chopsticks are so cute! will he learn the correct way of using chopsticks with this? if yes, i need to get one for myself too!

Uncle Lee said...

Hi Lily, I love that chopsticks.
And your kueh lapis is sinfully too good to eat...ahh, but 5 pieces will be fine with me, ha ha.
Have fun and keep a song in your heart, Lee.

Anonymous said...

where did u buy the chopsticks from??

R.Janice

lilyng said...

R JANICE

i got it from h-mart here in aurora and i have seen in in kamee, san francisco.

lilyng said...

uncle lee

thanks for visiting my blog and if you should visit personally, i will make you more than 5 pieces.

keep warm and have a great weekend

Little Corner of Mine said...

I should have bought the kid chopstick the last time I was at H-mart. I need to go H-Mart!!

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