Shrimp Chow Fun


Hi guys, I’m Seonkyoung Longest.
Welcome to “Asian at Home”! Today, I’m going to show you how to make Chow Fun with Shrimp! This delicious and easy chow fun recipe is partnered with the most popular Chinese sauce
brand in Unite States, Pearl River Bridge. Are you ready? Let’s get started! First thing
is first, we are going to marinate our shrimp, so shrimp will have a lot of flavor. You will
need 1/2 lb of deveined and peeled shrimp, we are going to add into a mixing bowl.
Add 1 Tbs of rice wine, 1 tsp of Pear River Bridge light soy sauce and 1/8 tsp of white pepper.
Mix everything together. Set aside and let make the sauce.
In a mixing bowl, combine 1 tsp of Pear River Bridge mushroom flavored dark soy sauce,
1 Tbs of light soy sauce, 1 tsp of chili oil, this is optional if you want a little kick in your chow fun.
1 Tbs of rice wine, 1/4 tsp of sugar, and 2 Tbs of water. Whisk everything together
until sugar has dissolved. And set aside. Now let prepare the vegetables.
First, 3 cloves of garlic. And chopped ginger about half amount of the garlic.
1 red chili, let’s remove the seeds and slice thinly. 3 shiitake mushrooms, I’m going to remove
the stem part because it’s quite chewy. You can use it if you’d like to but I’m going
to remove it for this recipe. And just thinly slice. Shiitake mushroom will help, this, adding
some different texture, and flavor. 3 green onions. We are going to cut into halves in lengthwise. And cut into 2-inch pieces. The last vegetable you’ll need is beansprouts, about 4oz. Everything is prepped except my chow fun noodles! This is very fresh rice noodles, super soft
and they sell as a chow fun noodles. Fresh rice noodles. And if you cannot find this,
you can just use dry rice noodles soaking in the water for awhile or cook it about half
way to let them soften then follow this recipe. So if you are using same chow fun noodles
as me, over here, all you need to do is bring the chow fun into room temperature and then
we are going to separate them one by one so it will be easier to cook.
We will need about 10 oz. Alright all the ingredients are ready,
let’s get start cooking! Heat your wok over high heat. Add 1 Tbs of
cooking oil. Add marinated shrimp and cook 1 to 2 minutes each side or until shrimp is
3/4 way cooked. Remove(shrimp) from wok and set aside.
Add another Tbs of cooking oil. Then place chopped garlic, ginger and chili. Stir-fry about a
minute or until you smell the fragrance from the garlic, ginger and chili. Then add slides
mushrooms. Stir-fry for a minute or until the mushroom is soften, now let’s add the
noodles and the sauce we made earlier. Combining all together and keep stirring until
the noodles are soften, and absorbed the sauce. Toss in green onion, beansprouts and shrimp.
Stir-fry them 30 second to 1 minute. And you are done~!
Let’s serve on a serving plate. As it is, it’s just really perfectly beautiful.
But I’m going to top it with some sesame seeds and sesame oil to just a little garnish,
you know. When you’re making Chinese food, got to use Chinese soy sauce. The flavor, it is the bomb! It’s, it’s totally different. Um! Um, um, um!
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I’m Seonkyoung Longest and this is “Asian at Home”!
I will see you next time! Bye~!!

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Comments

  1. My favorite. I love making a variation of this dish, or buying it from a restaurant when I'm too lazy to make it. Looks delicious, Seonkyoung.

  2. Hello Seonkyoung Longest, if I substitute tofu, should I marinate it the same? Please let me know, I'm dying to make this, looks SOOOOO GOOD!

  3. is Chinese dark and light soy sauce way different from Thai light and dark? for thai cooking i use the butterfly brand light and black sauce and they even make the sweet dark one

  4. why is this woman so cute. She is so happy I started thinking about my life and if I'm happy enough hahha Thanks for the video's and the smiles on my face Seonkyoung!

  5. I have watched so many of your videos in just 24 hours that I feel like an expert on cooking Asian cuisine. I even went to the store today and bought spring roll wrappers and sesame oil! I could eat Asian food every day and I'm glad I came across your channel so now I can really experiment with my cooking, especially because Asian food seems the most vegan-friendly so I can cook things that both me and my vegan boyfriend can enjoy. I also just love your personality!

  6. i always wondered what kind of Chow Fun Noodles, and after i saw that pack, which is written in Vietnamese, and then: OHhhhhhh, that's it :)))

  7. I've been looking for years and I cannot find chow fun noodles anywhere. I once had this this dish in New Jersey and loved it but it seems impossible for me to find this kind of noodle online. I know I can use other noodles but I want the wide flat noodle for the chow fun. Can you please help me?

  8. Love cooking asian food at home omg with ur recipes who needs takeout!!?? Love it!!! And it comes out ohhhh soooo good!!! Love ya girl !! Keep them videos coming!! We love them!!

  9. you are a living proof that joyous & happy women are the prettiest 😘 your food looks amazing, making at least two of your recipes tomorrow night 👍

  10. For rice wine I can't find the brand that you use, I have mirin so can I use that instead? Would that change the flavor much?

  11. i love your videos this one and the other chow fun and mi Goreng recipes look soon delicious I'm 13 and I can't wait to go to college where I'm going to learn to become a chef its my dream and u inspire me thank u so much

  12. Hi I was wondering if it is okay to use a brown rice wine for this recipe. I Noticed yours was clear? Hope to hear back from you 🙂

  13. You know that I'm your favorite cheerleader always love all your videos but I had to tell you orange is definitely your color I love it on your nails and I love it in your shirt it really is very beautiful on you you should wear a lot of orange it's definitely one of your colors

  14. The best noodle dish ever…I used to be hooked on egg noodles but after trying this recipe I have crossed over to rice noodles love love love !

  15. Weird question: my Asian market has those blue dragon plates I saw you use. I really want them, but I'm not sure if they're dishwasher safe. Could you inform me if they are dishwasher and microwave safe?

  16. Thank you for sharing this. I Made this for the first time and it was amazing. I’ll never order chow fun from takeout ever again! Great recipe- I added more chili oil because I love spicy!

  17. I made your version except with my own brands of sauces and it turned out delicious! Will make my chow fun this way from now on 🙂

  18. How do you get Ho fun Noodles in the UK?
    Here no one seems to know, even the Asian Delis don’t seem to know,
    So love these Nooddles

  19. Seonkyoung
    I can’t find bean sprouts anywhere where I live, and I won’t use canned (they are horrible yuck!) any advice?? Love you sweetie 💋💋

  20. this is probably my favorite recipe.. I grew up in the bay area and whenever we'd go into the city.. that is the dish I always asked for! Yum!

  21. I just finished making this and it looks awesome, also delicious and so easy to make. Thank you for this recipe <3

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