This is a very simple and quick mean using Bean Threads. Bean threads are also call cellophane noodles, harusame, glass noodles, long rice and other names depending om the cuisine. The noodles in this recipe are made for mung bean and potaoto starch but they can be made from other ingredients.  The thermometer out side was registering 111 so I decided did not want to produce too much heat with cooking and I also had these in my pantry. Right now I am trying to cook a lot of the items I have. These noodles do not have to be cooked and the vegetables and pork (sliced thin) did not take too long to cook.  You could use all types of vegetables for this meal. I had zucchini and carrots on had so I sliced them into toothpick shapes for the meal but you could use any vegetables you enjoy.

First I put the noodles in hot water to soak for about 10 minutes. I then put the vegetables in a hot pan with about 1 tablespoon of oil and stir fried them until they were almost cooked but still very firm. I removed the vegetables and put the pork into the pan coo,king until almost done.  I then put 1 cup of beef broth and about 3 tablespoons of soy sauce and graded garlic. Put the vegetables back in the pan and cook for a couple of minutes. Drain the noodles and add to the pan . The noodles should absorb the broth.

You can also add sesame oil, hot sauce, and use tofu  beef, chicken , ground turkey or any meat you like.


Serve and enjoy!

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