Food Trip Friday 029: Braised/Simmered noodles

Dinner two nights ago:

Braised/simmered noodles. I made this myself following the recipe of Tigerfish of Teczcape – An Escape to Food, my favorite place for easy to cook Chinese and Indian food.
My husband and I loved the braised noodles. The sauce is very tasty but I love to squeeze in lime juice for the added tang. I also sprinkled ground white pepper for the spice factor and we love the crunchiness of the carrots and cabbage. I was tempted to eat this with hot buns (my husband’s version of pandesal) but am glad I successfully kept myself from doing so. Sobrang carbs na hihihi.

14 thoughts on “Food Trip Friday 029: Braised/Simmered noodles

  1. kasiram man.. makikaon ako! lalo na pagmay konting kalamansi.. ay wait lang meron pala kami dito sa haus 2 kalamansi trees pagnagbunga dalhan ko kau..

  2. Lui, eu, maluto ako kaini sa cookfest kan Peluka sisters hihihihi. By the way, may cassava na si Ate Elma… I'll let you know kung luto na ang cassava cake ๐Ÿ˜€

  3. i love braised noodles too! i also love the tangy effect of lime everytime i cook pancit cantoon.hmmm midnight na bt mukhang nakakagutom entry mo. :)happy weekend!

  4. I also had something braised ๐Ÿ˜€ I always confess that I have difficulty cooking noodles so I really enjoy posts and fotos of them…haays kelan kaya ako matuto magluto nyan ๐Ÿ˜€ Happy weekend!

  5. i agree w/u day sarah.. mas lami ang iya taste when squeeze with lime juice.btw, merci beaucoup for the Mother's Day greetings! actually sa May 30 pa amoa diri sa France:-)

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