*  Exported from  MasterCook  *
                     BEEF CHOW FUN (GNOW YOKE CHOW FUN)
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 Serving Size  : 1    Preparation Time :0:00
 Categories    : Chinese                        
   Amount  Measure       Ingredient -- Preparation Method
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                         Karen Adler FNGP13B.
                         Yield: Serves 2-3
    1      Pound         Fresh rice noodles -=3DOR=3D-
                         recipe rice noodle dough* -- =A5
      1/2  Pound         Flank steak
    1      Pound         Green beans (or broccoli)
    1                    Green onion stalk
    2                    Garlic cloves -- crushed
    1                    Ginger chunk -- crushed
                          -- =A5 (size of a quarter)
    4      Tablespoons   Oil -- -=3DOR=3D-
    5      Tablespoons   Oil
    3      Tablespoons   Oyster sauce
    2      Teaspoons     Sesame oil
    2      Teaspoons     Light soy sauce
                         -----------------------MEAT MARINADE------
    2      Teaspoons     Cornstarch
    1      Teaspoon      Sherry
    2      Teaspoons     Light soy sauce
 *Recipe is included in this collection. PREPARATION:       Slice flank steak
 across the grain in thin strips no       more than 1/8 inch thick. Mix with
 meat marinade for       1/2 hour. String and cut green beans in 1 1/2  inch
 length. Cut green onions the same length. Combine          sauce  mixture.
 Separate store bought rice noodles so       they will not stick to  each
 other. If you make your        own noodles, cut them in 1/2 inch wide
 strips and          separate them. COOKING: Stir fry green beans in 1
 tbsp. oil for 3-4 minutes, adding 2 tbsp. water the        last 2 minutes
 and  cover. Set aside. Add 1 tbsp. oil       and brown the garlic and
 ginger. Stir  fry beef,            drizzle 1 tbsp. of oyster sauce on top.
 Set aside. Add      2 tbsp. oil and stir fry noodles, turning and adding a
 little water so  they'll soften. It takes about 3-4         minutes. You may
 find you have to  add more water or        oil to keep a steady stream of
 steam to help  soften        the noodles. Add back  the vegetables and meat.
 Add the     rest of the oyster sauce, soy sauce and  sesame oil. DO
 AHEAD NOTES: Do through preparation. COMMENTS: Rice         noodles can be
 purchased in Chinatown by the pound.        They come in sheets  or pre cut.
 You can easily make        your own rice noodles. Source: “Dim Sum”  by
 Rhoda Fong     Yee. Formatted for MM by Karen Adler FNGP13B.             
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