Sunday, June 21, 2009

Stir-Fried Longevity Noodles



Longevity Noodles

Many Chinese love to eat these noodles, which according to them represent longevity. They usually eat them on their birthdays.

Stir-Fried Longevity Noodles

My chef stir-fried the longevity noodles with minced crab meat, char siew (BBQ pork), egg, Chinese leeks, carrot and Cai Sim. Looks yummy right? Do you want some? ;p



19 comments:

Jama said...

This sure looks yummy! I didn't know one can stir-fry them.

napaboaniya said...

Any left-overs for me? :P

p/s: My mom's plant.
Will be away, posts will auto publish for Ruby, WW etc :)

Ebie said...

I bet it was super delicious! Have a great weekend!

bluedreamer27 said...

I LOVE PASTA DISHES

Anya said...

I love also noodles ^___^
Its delicious ;)

Little Inbox said...

I've tried to cook all types of noodles, but not the longevity noodles. It's best serve with sambal.

EastCoastLife said...

Longevity noodles for Father's Day? That's yummy.

Liza said...

Oh yes please, I want some. It looks tasty! :)

Enchie said...

I follow that same belief too. That noodles served on birthdays will give lonegr life to the celebrant :D Your noodles looks good

lisaschaos said...

Sounds like it's worth a shot! I'm in for some long life noodles!

Dee said...

Long life! Yummy Weekend!

tigerfish said...

Yum yum! I like the colors of it :)

Hazel said...

I'm sure that was yummy. Send the leftovers to Bangkok! :-)

Meikah said...

Looks yum! Wanna try this. Where do I get the best kind? ;)

maiylah said...

yes, i would want some ... please. :)

katztales said...

I like plain mee goreng indonesian style!

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Tj said...

i love that for long life.hope i can find one here.
have a great day!

Race said...

yeah they say it's for long life, looks yummy!

Heart of Rachel said...

In the Philippines it is also a custom to prepare noodles during birthdays to represent longevity.