This pasta comes into my menu and is always made several times a year. It is slowly discovered that stewed noodles is a very common dish in the north. There are both noodles and dishes in Beijing, Shanxi and Inner Mongolia. This dish is very simple for our northeast sister paper. If you can stew beans, you will cook this dish.


300g noodles
400g beans
100g streaky pork
4 dried peppers
Half octagonal
2 tbsp cooking wine
3 tbsp soy sauce
0.5 tbsp soy sauce
1 tbsp oyster sauce
0.5 tbsp sugar
1 tbsp vegetable oil


Step 1
Wash the beans, remove the tendons, break them into sections, slice the streaky pork, cut the scallions into sections, and pat the garlic with a knife

Step 2
Put a little bottom oil in the pot, add sliced pork, stir fry slightly until the oil comes out, add onion, ginger, garlic, star anise and pepper to saute until fragrant

Step 3
Add cooking wine, soy sauce, soy sauce, oyster sauce, sugar and stir fry

Step 4
Add the washed beans, stir fry for a while, add water (just over the beans), bring to a boil over high heat and cook over low heat for five minutes

Step 5
Shake the cut noodles and spread them on the beans. Cover the pot and simmer for a while. Stir slightly with chopsticks and simmer until the juice is collected. Sprinkle minced garlic before coming out of the pot.