Biang Biang Noodles

Skipping the whole biang biang noodle-making process, we’re taking the easy route with knife-cut noodles, which have a similar chewy texture. Breaking it down, we’ve got three simple parts: Cumin beef, stir-fried bean sprouts, and tomato egg. After blanching those knife-cut noodles, we toss them in a sauce mix and top it off with the

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Stir Fried Mee Tai Mak

Mee tai mak, also called Silver Needle Noodles or Loh Shi Fun. Perfect for Vesak Day, this dish is completely free of alliums – no garlic, onions, shallots, or scallions in sight. The toasted, grated shiitake mushrooms will infuse the dish with a delightful pop of umami, complemented by additional umami boosters like soy sauce.

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