Stir-Fried Clear Noodles (China)

Stir-Fried Clear Noodles

Hi; it’s been awhile since I’ve posted. I’m back and ready to cook! Today I will be showing you how to cook a personal favorite from China: stir-fried clear noodles. I’ve eaten this dish ever since I was a little child, and it’s one of my favorites! There are many different add-ons to the noodles, including mushrooms and fried tofu.



  • Fried Tofu
  • Any Type of Mushroom (Edible, of course!)
  • Green Onion (Any Quantity)
  • Pepper
  • Soy Sauce
  • Mushroom Bouillon

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  • Red Onion
  • Garlic
  • Vegetable Oil
  • Sugar
  • Salt


Directions                                                                                                                                                 First, cut the tofu into pieces. Then, mash the garlic. Get your wok and turn up the fire. Pour vegetable oil and add the mashed garlic into the wok. Cook the garlic until it turns golden brown. Add the tofu and the mushroom. Fry the contents for a few more seconds. Add two teaspoons of mushroom bouillon, two tablespoons of soy sauce, one teaspoon of sugar, and one pinch of pepper. Stir-fry and mix for two minutes and set the product aside in a bowl. Put the clear noodles into hot water to cook it. After the noodles are finished cooking, dry them in a strainer. Set the noodles aside for a while with a bowl underneath to catch the excess water. Add red onions to the empty wok and fry them until brown. Next, add three tablespoons of oil and add the noodles after they have dried off. Add three teaspoons of mushroom bouillon, a pinch of pepper, a pinch of salt, and a teaspoon of soy sauce. Turn up the heat, put on some gloves, and mix the contents thoroughly for about 3-4 minutes. Add the previous product to the noodles. If desired, add more soy sauce. Serve!

My Own Result

The recipe might seem a little lengthy, but it’s actually really simple! It’s a dish that is easily prepared in a short amount of time. As I stated before, there are many variations of this recipe. You can also include spices to give it that extra kick. Thanks for reading!


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