Yi mein is a home-cooked meal that Shanxi people often eat. How to make Yi mein better. Many people like to eat Yi mein. But it doesn’t seem to taste well. Let’s take a look today.
How to Make Yi Mein
Prepare two eggs, break apart, pour in 250g flour and mix well, and pour in the right amount of warm water about 30-40g, kneading the dough into a smooth dough.
Divide into two small dough and make 0.1-0.2 cm of noodles and cut into 0.3m-0.4cm wide noodles. I made this noodle a little coarse, because I like to eat coarse noodles.
Put the noodles in a boiling pan, and so the water in the pot is rolled out again, then fish out the noodles and rinse them with cold water.
Drain the noodles and put them in a seven-heat frying pan, frying them until firm. Don’t fry too much at once, put more will not be so thorough lying that it affects the taste. I finished dough with 250g flour in four quarters. Drain the fried noodles and cool them, and store them in plastic bags,which is called Yi mein.
When you eat, you can add a high soup to cook for a while, put in fried meat, shoots, mushrooms, fish, onions and other ingredients. Color, fragrance, taste is good, unique. After tasting, it’s evocative and unforgettable.
If you stir up this with vegetables, you need to first cook the noodles soften or stir-fry when putting some high soup, put the noodles on the top for a while.
Such delicious Yi mein is complete.
- 250 g flour
- 2 eggs
- 1 sausage,
- salad oil
- 35 g warm water
- high soup