Tsao mi fun
Tsa bi whun in Taiwanese, Tsao mi fun in Mandarin, translated as Fried rice noodles is a typical dish in Taipei night markets, snack-bars and restaurants. Rice noodles' principal ingredients are Rice flour and water. Pasta made from brown rice flour is also available in health food stores in Western nations, as an alternative to wheat flour-based noodles for individuals who are allergic to wheat or gluten.
Tsao mi fun is a very popular dish in Taipei, recommended to those who are fond of vermicelli (noodles) and pork meat which usually accompanies them. The ingredients that make this food are varied, beginning with pork loin thinly sliced, soy sauce, rice wine, white pepper, Chinese five-spice powder, cornstarch, Chinese black mushrooms, dried rice vermicelli, vegetable oil, beaten eggs, minced garlic, and ending with a choice from other additional ingredients added to enrich the taste and flavor of the noodles. The components are stir fried, thoroughly mixed, garnished with cilantro and served in a bowl.
To add a photo, please follow this submit form.
Tsao Mi Fun (Taiwanese Fried Rice Noodles), allrecipes.com
Taiwanese Fried Rice Noodles (Tsao Mi Fun), mstinawu.xanga.com
Taiwanese rice noodle dish Or Tsao Mi Fun, www.tastebook.com
Rice noodles, en.wikipedia.org