Soy Sauce Noodles

Pin Share Yum Noodles. It’s the one thing I can never get tired of. It’s rooted deep in my system where some internal programming pulls at my hunger lust and like clockwork, I start craving them. Perhaps it’s the soup or gravy that comes with them, or the chewy textures of different noodles, or maybe it’s the accompaniment of innocuous but compelling garnishes that draw me in. I love soaking the fried tofu puffs in Curry Laksa and drawing all that curry goodness in like a greedy sponge, only to bite down on it and have all that curry burst in my mouth. And let’s not forget the comforting embrace of lobster sauce drenched flat noodles in Flat Noodles with Egg Gravy (Wat Tan Hor). The magic doesn’t stop there. I’m going to be slowly exposing everyone to the noodles wonderland that is out there, ripe for the picking, so today let’s try Soy Sauce Noodles. If you’ve been stocking up on the basic Asian sauces for cooking (thick soy sauce, thin soy sauce, oyster sauce, sesame oil), you only need a little more to make this. There are two types of oils used to flavor these noodles which are entirely blanched or boiled (if … Continue reading Soy Sauce Noodles