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  • Hi everybody. Welcome to Mrs. Lin's Kitchen

  • Today, I'm going to show you how to make

  • the Taiwanese style cold noodle

  • or Lian Mein

  • Lian means cold

  • and Mein is noodle

  • in Mandarin Chinese

  • Summer in Taiwan is very hot and humid

  • and can get quite unbearable

  • so eating lian mein it's very appealing and popular

  • all the ingredients in this recipe

  • can be easily found

  • so let's get started

  • Here is the ingredients overview

  • Taiwanese cuisine is strongly influenced by

  • Japanese cuisine

  • that's why you see dashi used in this recipe

  • I have aseparate video

  • on how to make different types of dashi

  • the link will be in

  • description box below

  • if you don't want to use dashi

  • you can also use water

  • there are many different types of noodle

  • you can use in this recipe

  • traditionally, precooked oil noodle

  • is used in this dish

  • if you have gluten allergy

  • feel free to use gluten free alternatives

  • like rice noodles

  • let's prepare the ingredients

  • first, grate the garlic

  • next, julienne the carrot

  • and cucumber

  • for your convenience

  • you can also use mandolin slicer

  • to produce consistent julienne strips

  • with a mortar and pestle

  • grind the roasted sesame seeds

  • if your roasted sesame seeds

  • are not very fragrant

  • you can lightly roast them

  • on the stove top

  • to make the sesame sauce

  • add peanut butter

  • into the ground sesame seed

  • with one third of the dashi

  • and mix well

  • next, add grated garlic

  • sugar

  • salt

  • soy sauce

  • sesame oil

  • spicy oil

  • lemon juice

  • and mix everything together

  • you don't want the sauce too thick

  • or too runny like the one I show you here

  • you can adjust the consistency

  • using the remaining dashi

  • keep the sauce in the refrigerator

  • until it's ready to be used

  • as for the noodle

  • prepare according to the instructions

  • on the package

  • when the noodle is fully cooked

  • drop into a bowl of ice water

  • until cool

  • drain the noodle

  • and refrigerate for at least an hour

  • beat the egg

  • pour it into an oil pan

  • and fry until the egg is cooked

  • make sure to thinly spread the egg and

  • set the heat to low

  • so the egg is cooked evenly without burning

  • let the egg cool off

  • and julienne into thin strips

  • to serve

  • add the noodle into a deep bowl

  • then add julienne carrot

  • cucumber

  • bean sprout

  • and egg

  • drizzle with some sesame sauce

  • and your Taiwanese cold noodle is ready to be served

  • enjoy

  • this is my versions of

  • Taiwanese style cold noodle

  • it has been really hot in a bay area

  • and a cold noodle like this

  • is perfect for this weather

  • if it's just as hot as where you are

  • please give this recipe a try

  • and you won't be disappointed

  • a printable version of this recipe

  • can be downloaded in my blog and

  • the link is down below

  • in the description box

  • please don't forget to subscribe to my channel

  • thank you for watching

  • stay cool

  • happy eating

  • and I'll see you next time

Hi everybody. Welcome to Mrs. Lin's Kitchen

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Taiwanese Cold Noodles

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    Eunice Lin posted on 2020/08/14
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