1. Put the noodles in a basin, pour boiling water and stir them into a flocculent shape with chopsticks.
2. When the noodles are not hot, knead the noodles into a dough, knead a little longer, and knead well.
3. Divide the dough into equal portions.
4. Rub each small dough evenly into a shuttle shape
5. Then place it on the panel and continue rubbing it evenly and finely with both hands. (It's too thick to be steamed through)
6. Put the kneaded noodles on the steamer covered with bamboo cloth. After the water is boiled, put the noodles into the noodles and steam for about 20 minutes on high heat.
7. Shred beef, add 3g of salt, cooking wine, starch, and soy sauce to marinate for about 30 minutes.
8. Wash and shred cabbage.
9. Wash the green and red peppers, remove the seeds and shred, slice the garlic, wash the garlic sprouts and cut into sections.
10. Wash coriander and finely chop, add vinegar and sesame oil to adjust the sauce for later use.
11. Spread the steamed noodles with chopsticks, cool and set aside.
12. Put an appropriate amount of peanut oil in the pan. After the oil is hot, add the shredded beef to quickly disperse, and set aside when it changes color.
13. Use the remaining oil at the bottom of the pot to fry the garlic cloves, then add the shredded cabbage and stir-fry until broken, then add the shredded green and red peppers, add 3g of salt, and stir evenly.
14. Put the steamed noodles and the slippery beef shreds.
15. Add a spoonful of oyster sauce and stir well.
16. Put the garlic sprouts and mix well before serving. The sauce prepared in step 10 will taste better before serving.
1. The made noodles are not as tough as ordinary dough, so the noodles must be evenly pressed when rubbing the noodles, or it will break easily. If you think it takes too much energy to rub the noodles, you can use a noodle machine to solve it.
2. When frying noodles, noodles are easier to break. It is better not to use chopsticks and spoon.
3. When the cabbage is fried, a little bit of water will come out, so that it will not be easy to dry when the noodles are added later, if you don't like the cabbage, you can leave it alone, and put a small spoonful of water after the fried noodles feel dry.
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