Noodles With Snow Pea Greens
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Noodles With Snow Pea Greens
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Last updated 6/12/2012 1:00:31 AM. Recipe ID 23686. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Noodles with snow pea greens
 Categories: Digest, Feb95
      Yield: 1 Servings
 
    1/2 lb Snow pea greens
      2    Red chilies
        x  Some rice wine (sake,
           Shaohsing, whatever)
    1/2 c  Chopped shallots
     12    Fresh shiitake mushrooms
      2 tb Soy sauce
      2 ts Rice vinegar
      4    Chopped scallions
      8    To 12 ounces japanese
           Noodles (soba, udon,
           Whatever -- I used soba)
 
  Lightly steam pea greens -- crisp, but cooked. Chop chilies, shallots
  and scallons.  Slice shiitake thinly.
  
  Heat large non-stick skillet.  Roast chilies for a minute, then add
  about 1/4 cup rice wine.  Add shallots and cook till they just start
  to darken (about 4 minutes).  Add more wine if it starts to stick.
  
  (put water on to boil for noodles)
  
  With wine cooked off, add shiitake.  They should give up their own
  water. Cook another 3-5 minutes till mushrooms are fully cooked and
  pan is drying out.  Add soy sauce, vinegar, and scallions.  Cook for
  a minute and then turn off burner and set aside.
  
  Water for noodles should be boiling, add noodles and cook till done,
  about
        5    minutes usually.
  
  Toss noodles, pea greens and mushrooms.  Eat.
  
  Ya know, slivered shiitake reminds me of tripe when it cooks.  I bet
  if you substituted shiitake for the tripe in a good recipe it would
  make a tasty dish.
  




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Recipe ID 23686 (Apr 03, 2005)

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