Sliced Noodles in Fermented Soybean Soup(Zhajiangmian)
What is Sliced Noodles in Fermented Soybean Soup
Sliced Noodles in Fermented Soybean Soup, or Zhajiangmian in Chinese, is a popular Chinese noodle dish that originated in the northern part of China. It is made with wheat noodles that are served in a broth made from fermented soybean paste, and is typically topped with sliced cucumber, carrot, and bean sprouts. The fermented soybean paste, called "zhajiang," gives the dish a savory and slightly sweet flavor. It is a hearty and satisfying meal that is enjoyed by many people in China.
A Step-by-Step Recipe for Sliced Noodles in Fermented Soybean Soup (Zhajiangmian)
- 120g cut noodles
- 20g black bean sauce
- 1 teaspoon bean paste
- 1/2 teaspoon soy sauce
- 2g starch
Prepare the ingredients: sliced noodles, black bean sauce, minced garlic.
Heat the oil in a pan and add the minced ginger and garlic. Sauté until fragrant.
When the fragrance is released, add the bean paste and stir well.
Add the fermented soybeans.
Add a small amount of soy sauce and a little water, and bring to a boil.
Dissolve the starch in water and pour it into the pot. Stir well over high heat.
Add water to the pot and add the sliced noodles.
Remove the noodles from the pot.
Add the sauce and mix well.