Stir Fry Noodles with Pork Meatballs, Beef and Vegetables
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Not a week goes by that there isn’t a noodle dish on our dinner table. Today, we’re celebrating my son’s birthday and we’re still into Chinese New Year festivities. That said, I couldn’t let these events go by without a big platter of noodles.
Noodles symbolize long life in Asian culture. This is why when cooking this dish or any noodle entrée for that matter, you must resist the urge to cut the noodles before it is cooked. I didn’t come up with that rule. It’s just one of the things passed on from generations before me.
This year the world will celebrate the Lunar Year of the Snake starting February 10. To get ready, Asian homes have been scrubbed from top to bottom, debts have been paid (or so we hope), new clothes have been bought, money gifts bestowed and a lot of traditional food is prepared. Families will come together to give thanks for their blessings.
I was inspired to add these pork meatballs and beef slices from the past week’s holdovers ~ a meatball dish and a beef roast. The transparent noodles in this dish are a staple in my pantry. They are easy to prepare by simply pre-soaking a few minutes, then adding them to the stir fry already happening in the skillet. Altogether, this makes an amazing noodle extravaganza filled with layers of flavors and ingredients ~ a perfect symbol of abundance and prosperity.
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I love this sotanghon with meatballs with or without broth. Kakagutom (making me hungry)!
Thanks, Chef Ray. The meatballs were left over from another dish/blogpost and I knew it would be delish with sotanghon noodles. You’re right, with or without broth would be delish. You just gave me more ideas! Thanks for the kind comments & visit 🙂
Easy, yet delicious and nutritious! Wish we’re in neighborhood. I’d spend in your kitchen all day long!
Thanks, Nami! So nice of you to shower me with such kind comments. Yes, this was so simple to do, and the meatballs were inspired by the hambagu recipe I made from your own post – I had leftover ground meat for this. I wished, too, we were neighbors – we would keep sharing food and recipes 🙂
Thanks, Laura. Totally agree with you – it was YUM!