Braised Pork Ribs Egg Noodles

My 3 girls are big fans of noodles, especially #2 and #3.  There is a noodles dish on my kids’ menu at least 3-4x in a week as it is pretty simple and quick to prepare.  My noodles dishes come in a variety of styles.  Braised pork ribs with egg noodles is a new addition in my menu :)

The braised pork ribs can be cooked in advance. I normally cook a big portion and store them in a few containers for deep freezing.  The ribs can be heated up and eaten with rice or noodles on days when I am busy with stock check and orders.

I bought the wanton mein aka egg noodles from Tesco, which tasted good and very springy.  The tip to having springy noodles is not to over boil them. I blanch them for about 5-8 minutes.  Once removed from the pot and strained, rinse the noodles in cold filtered water, then add in some sesame oil so that the noodles will not clump together to form a pile of starch when they have cooled down.

The noodles in this pic was seasoned with a dollop of dark sauce, organic soy sauce, pepper and sesame seed oil (this is a fantastic and healthy flavor enhancer which I use daily). Chopped spring onions add lots of flavor to the dish too.

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Comments (5)

  1. Inspiredmom

    This one looks good! Thanks for sharing. Something fast and simple to cook on a busy day.

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  2. yan

    Looks so good.

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  3. mery

    the noodles look yummy.

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  4. Mommy to Chumsy

    thanks for sharing. am going to get this from tesco soon :)

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  5. vickylow

    My kids also big fan of noddles. Every weekend I sure cook them noddles or spaghetti. Nice and healthy product you sharing. Too bad I seldom do grocery at Tesco.

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