August 11, 2009

(DIY) 自制手工面,你也来试试吧。。

Do it yourself (DIY) 'Ban Mian' 自制手工面,你也来试试吧。。。^^I learn this from a friend who also have a noxxa bread maker. She (Ling) uses the bread maker kneading function to do this 'ban mian'. She told me she use to make this noodles by hand and find it needs a bit of muscles haha... to knead this noodles dough. Then she found that the breadmaker had a knead function so she tried using it and it turn out to be great.


Normally, you will find 'ban mian' in soup with anchovies and fish balls but for me I cook it in a different way, a hakka version..... :p it is just like kolok mee no anchovies or fish balls but will mince meat.

Basic Ban Mian Ingredients:
165ml water
1 egg
1 tsp salt
500g plain flour
some tapioca flour

Method:
1) Place all the ingredients into the bread pan and use mode 12 ( this is a kneading function mode).

2) When it run half of the time, take out and scrape of the flour at the side with a spatula so that all the ingredients will mix well.

3) Take out the rough dough and press it into a smooth dough and wrap in a cling foil and rest for 10-15 minutes.

4) The dough is now ready to be roll thru the pasta machine and cut into noodles or ban mian.


1) Take portion of the dough and make into a flat disc and use mode no 1 in the paste machine and roll it (like in the picture) you may need to repeat a few times. Do rub some tapioca flour on the rolled ban main to prevent it from sticking, when you cut into noodles.

2) When you get a thin enough layer that you like, you can cut it into noodles. Above is the thin and small angel hair type.

Above is the flat type noodles, that have been rolled into a knot. When you rolled it into knot it is easier to measure how much you want to cook eg. for how many people eating....

This is the angel hair type.

Ingredients the mince meat on the noodles:
500g mince meat
2 cloves garlic
2 tbsp light soy sauce
some pepper
a pinch of salt
Some fried shallots and shallots oil

Method:

1) Mix all the ingredients together until well combine.

2) Pour some oil in a wok, add in chopped garlic saute until it frangrant. Add in mince meat, stir fried until all the mince meat is loosen up. Keep stir frying with low heat until the mince meat is a bit dry.

3) Dish up and set aside.

4) Boil 1 litre of water in a pot, when it is boiled. Throw in the noodles knots into the boiling water, loosen the noodles with a pair of chopstick. When the noodles flood up means it is ready to dish it up.

5) Rinse the noodles with cold water and put into a bowl with 1 tbsp of light soy sauce, 1 tbsp of garlic oil. Mix the noodles with the sauces with a pair of tongs or chopstick.

6) Scoop 2 tbsp of the ready cooked mince meat on top of the noodles and sprinkle chopped scallion and fried shallot. Wah..lla your dried ban mian is ready.... ^^


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