XO Sauce fried rice noodles

On our recent trip to Hong Kong, one new yum cha dish that we tried and adored was XO sauce fried rice noodles. Soooo simple to make, especially since XO sauce is so readily available now – even at Coles! By no means a low fat dish, but it’s just 4 ingredients! Firstly, buy a packet of those rolled rice noodles from your local asian grocer. I actually even saw them at Harris Farm too. Cut them into chunks. Then, heat a tablespoon of oil in a wok, then add the noodles and toss around until crispy on the outside and gooey in the middle. Then, add one tablespoon of XO sauce, stir fry until fragrant, and then a splash of light soy sauce. If you have some, add some chopped shallots until wilted. Take off the heat, and sprinkle with toasted sesame seeds. Serve. Eat alone. Do not share! hehehe :)  Breakfast, lunch, snack, dinner – or all of them! :)

5 Responses to “XO Sauce fried rice noodles”

  1. More specifically Chili noodles | Cool Cooking Recipes Says:

    [...] [...]

  2. Chicken Noodle Soup Recipe | Cool Cooking Recipes Says:

    [...] FoodieChat » Blog Archive &#194&#187&#32XO Sauce fried rice noodles [...]

  3. Thai Restaurant Question!!!!!? | Cool Cooking Recipes Says:

    [...] FoodieChat » Blog Archive » XO Sauce fried&#32&#114&#105ce noodles [...]

  4. Cooking Rice Noodles | We Dip It Cooking Says:

    [...] tomato rice recipeMothers Famous Chinese Egg Rolls RecipeCooking With Praawwns; A Break From GlutenFoodieChat /* Grid Template */ #wpp-products table.grid td { width: 25%; } /* Custom CSS */ /* Custom [...]

  5. John Says:

    I love this dish. I am an Australian living in Cambodia and Almond Hotel have the best yum cha in town, they recently added this to their menu. They add small pieces of chopped char sieu and bean sprouts. I have made this and replaced the char sieu with small pieces of Chinese sausage. Sensational. The key is also the quality of the XO sauce, when shopping follow the rule of you get what you pay for.

Leave a Reply