Lo Mien with Black Beef Tripe and Pork Knuckles 黑柏葉豬手撈麵

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Title

Lo Mien with Black Beef Tripe and Pork Knuckles 黑柏葉豬手撈麵

Subject

Hong Kong Noodles

Description

Lo Mien noodles are egg noodles that are widely used in chinese cuisine, known for its elastic and chewy texture. Handmade Lo Mien noodles are made from a dough mixture that consists of salt, flour, egg and water. The braised pork knuckles are made by firstly boiling the pork knuckles with water in a large pot. The pork knuckles are then transferred into a wok with the broth and other ingredients, which is cooked under high heat until it is brought to a boil. The broth is then simmered at low heat for over 30 minutes until the pork knuckle is soft and the sauce is thickened.

Contributor

Lau Sum Kee noodles

Relation

Shrimp Roe Lo Mien with Beef Brisket and Beef Tendon 蝦子牛腩牛筋撈麵

Type

Craftmanship

Identifier

culinarycraftsmanship_2

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Materials or Ingredients

Salt, Flour, Egg, Water, Pork Knuckle, Oil, Ginger, Garlic, Oyster Sauce, Soy Sauce, Pepper, Star Anise, Sugar

Citation

“Lo Mien with Black Beef Tripe and Pork Knuckles 黑柏葉豬手撈麵,” Sham Shui Po, accessed June 26, 2022, https://learning.hku.hk/ccch9051/group-21/items/show/20.

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