• Miwa


The beef and glass noodle stir fry recipe is my family's absolute favorite.

I usually sneak in quite a lot of veggies such as pepper, leak, and spinach.

In today's beef and glass noodle stir fry recipe, I only used very standard ingredients, so feel free to be creative on topping!

This noodle recipe is actually inspired by Korean cuisine.

You can whip up in less than 15mins!!

No wonder I have been repeating this stir fry recipe again and again! haha

If kids love it and it's easy to make it, who can resist to try it?!

If you are vegetarian, beef can be substitute to tofu.



<Yield> 3 servings

<Prep time> 5 mins

<cook time> 8mins


2 onions ( 500g)

½ of carrot

1 cup of chopped Chinese chives

dried glass noodles 30g/ 1 cup

beef mince 100g / 3.5oz

1 tbsp of Toasted sesame oil


4 ½ tbsp of soy sauce

1 tbsp of sugar

1 ½ tbsp of mirin without MSG

2 tsp worth of grated garlic

<Optional toppings>

crushed nuts

any fresh herb


1: Chop onion into wedges. Shred carrot into about 1 cm/ ½ inch thin matchsticks. Chop Chinese chive into about 4cm/ 2inch length. Boil glass noodle according to the package instruction and drain the water, then cut into bite size length. Mix seasonings listed above.

2; Heat ½ tbsp of vegetable oil over high heat and add carrot, onion,and minced pork. Cook them for about 6mins or until the vegetables are 80% cooked. Add Chinese chives and cooked glass noodles then stir fry for 1 min. Add mixed seasonings and cook them until most of the liquid is evaporated.

3; Drizzle some toasted sesame oil as a finishing touch. Transfer onto the serving plate and garnish some crushed nuts or fresh herbs if you want to. Ready to be enjoyed!

<Miwa's tips> 

・Make sure to stir them periodically to prevent from burning.

・Vegetables are versatile. Mushrooms, pepper, spinach are also great option.

・Chinese chives and glass noodles are cooked in no minute.

・For glass noodle, mine took me only 1 min to boil. Please do not overcook them otherwise it turns out to be no texture. Follow the package instruction!

<Recommended side dish>



<Storage time>

store it in a air-tight container in the fridge for 3days

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