Chow Fun is a staple Cantonese dish, made from wet stir-frying “ho fun” (wide rice noodles) in a sauce. The important factor in making this dish is the “wok hei” (wok flavor). The cooking must be done over a high flame and the stirring must be done quickly. Not only must the “ho fun” noodles be stirred quickly, it must not be handled too strongly or it will break into pieces. The amount of oil also needs to be controlled very well, or the extra oil or dry texture will ruin the flavor. Our Combo Chow Fun has squid, shrimp, beef, and chicken with Chinese bok choy wet stir-fried with “ho fun” in a light brown sauce.
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