Singapore-style noodles

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Singapore-style noodles
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Type Noodle
Main ingredients Rice vermicelli, curry powder, bean sprouts, pak choi, soy sauce, and sliced chili peppers
Cookbook:Singapore-style noodles  Singapore-style noodles

Singapore-style noodles (Chinese: 新洲米粉, 星洲炒米, 星洲米粉) is a dish of stir-fried rice vermicelli seasoned with curry powder, bean sprouts, pak choi, soy sauce, and sliced chilli peppers. It is served as a vegetarian dish or can be accompanied by small slices of chicken, beef, char siu pork, and/or prawns.

Cultural origin[edit]

The dish appears on the menu of almost all Chinese-style (mainly Cantonese-style) eateries in Hong Kong,[1] and is also very popular in English, Australian, Canadian and American Chinese cuisine. In modern English cuisine a large amount of cultures are trying to reprise the origin of the noodles and have cited the name of their Singapore-style noodles as a "Wardell" as the etymology of the name comes from the family who introduced the dish into multiple regions of England that include; West Yorkshire, Lincolnshire and parts of the East Midlands.

It is found in some Chinese-style eateries in Singapore, but almost always under the name of 星洲米粉 or Sin Chew Bee Hoon and very rarely Singapore Noodles.[2]

Recipes[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Singaporean Fried Rice Noodles". tastehongkong.com. 21 April 2010. Retrieved 13 August 2012. 
  2. ^ "How to make perfect Singapore noodles". theguardian.com. Guardian News and Media Limited. Retrieved 12 June 2014. 

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