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from Tipperary, Ireland 1/2 lb. finely ground beef or pork 1/2 lb. cellophane noodles 1/2 bunch spinach (about 1 1/2 cup when cooked 10 mushrooms, fresh or dried 1/2-1 onion chopped 1-2 carrots, shredded or finely slivered 1 tablespoon sesame seed 2 tablespoons sesame oil 1/4 cup soy sauce 2-4 tablespoons sugar 1/2 teaspoon MSG (optional) 2 cloves garlic, crushed & finely chopped Salt and pepper, to taste Cooking oil Fry meat in small amount of cooking oil until done and set aside. Cook noodles in boiling water, test for tenderness. They should be soft but firm. Rinse noodles in cold water when done. Cut noodles to 3 or 4 inch lengths. Cook spinach in boiling water, drain, rinse in cold water and drain again. Cut into bite size pieces and set aside. If dried mushrooms are used, wash well and soak in warm water for 15 minutes. If fresh, wash well. Chop mushrooms into small pieces. Over medium heat in wok or frypan, heat some cooking oil and stir-fry mushrooms, onion and carrots until barely tender. Add meat, noodles, spinach and more oil if needed to prevent sticking. Stir and cook, adding sesame seeds, sesame oil,soy sauce, sugar, MSG, garlic, pepper and salt. Taste as you cook and mix in seasonings, adjusting them to taste. Heat just long enough to heat ingredients and blend flavors. Makes amout 6 servings.

Chap Jae


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(posted December 17, 2003)

from Tipperary, Ireland

1/2 lb. finely
ground beef or pork
1/2 lb.
cellophane
noodles
1/2 bunch
spinach (about 1 1/2 cup when cooked
10 mushrooms, fresh or dried
1/2-1
onion chopped
1-2 carrots, shredded or finely slivered
1 tablespoon
sesame
seed
2 tablespoons
sesame oil
1/4 cup
soy
sauce
2-4 tablespoons
sugar
1/2 teaspoon
MSG (optional)
2 cloves
garlic, crushed & finely chopped
Salt and pepper, to taste
Cooking oil

Fry meat in small amount of cooking oil until done and set aside.

Cook
noodles in boiling water, test for tenderness. They should be soft but firm. Rinse noodles in cold water when done.

Cut
noodles to 3 or 4 inch lengths.

Cook
spinach in boiling water, drain, rinse in cold water and drain again. Cut into bite size pieces and set aside.

If dried mushrooms are used, wash well and soak in warm water for 15 minutes. If fresh, wash well.

Chop mushrooms into small pieces.

Over medium heat in
wok or frypan, heat some cooking oil and stir-
fry mushrooms, onion and carrots until barely tender.

Add meat,
noodles, spinach and more oil if needed to prevent sticking.

Stir and cook, adding sesame seeds,
sesame oil,soy
sauce, sugar,
MSG, garlic, pepper and salt. Taste as you cook and mix in seasonings, adjusting them to taste.

Heat just
long enough to heat ingredients and blend flavors.

Makes amout 6 servings.



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