|Rationing by number|
|Less than half a bowl, more if you like.|
celery (Apium graveolens)
|3 shredded pieces|
How to Make Noodles with Old Luoyang Paste
Boil the peanuts or soybeans first, this is difficult to cook, if cooked with the noodles, the noodles may be cooked before it is cooked, the noodles will be mushy. up. It is recommended to soak it before cooking.
Prepare the ingredients, pictured above, celery, I forgot to take a picture of the celery, it’s already diced!
Shredded carrots for later
The celery is diced, then add a little onion, ginger, salt, two spoons of soy sauce, and mix well.
My mom bought this brand for me, and the taste is quite good. The two packets of syrup are mixed with a little warm water to make a paste, then boiled with water, and when the water boils, use chopsticks to stir the water and pour the syrup into the pot. . (This is the practice in a different country, if you’re in Luoyang, just buy the pulp.)
I forgot to take a picture of the paste. It’s a paste that melted with water.
Boil half of the pot of water, when the water boils, use chopsticks to stir the water to pour the noodles into the pot.
Add a little sesame oil and stir a few times before boiling to avoid bubbles.
Bring back to a boil, then reduce heat to low, stirring as you cook, stirring deeper so as not to paste the pan. Add the peanuts to the pan with the celery and carrots if they are cooked through, or with the noodles if they are not. Just pour it into the pan.
Boil and boil until thick, slowly stirring all the time in the process. Until the noodles are cooked. The noodles can be chosen thin and easily cooked.
When the noodles are almost cooked, pour the prepared carrots and celery into the pot and continue cooking and stirring over low heat.
Stir for a few more minutes and it’s ready to go.
The finished product. Remove from the heat, add your favorite chili sauce or chives to the bowl, mix well, and you’re done. Perfect. Remember to cook more ha, leftover rice pulp noodles, even better when reheated. Lastly, a proverb: “Heat the rice three times, but don’t even change the meat”.