Maui Style Noodles AKA Dry MeinMaui Style Noodles AKA Dry Mein
Maui Style Noodles AKA Dry Mein
Maui Style Noodles AKA Dry Mein
Chef Dorvin Shinjo, Chef de Cuisine at Foodland Farms Ka Makana Ali`i
Chef Dorvin Shinjo, Chef de Cuisine at Foodland Farms Ka Makana Ali`i
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Recipe - Foodland Farms Ala Moana
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Maui Style Noodles AKA Dry Mein
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Ingredients
Saimin Noodles, 1 Pound
Aloha Shoyu, 1 Fluid Ounce
Char Siu or Kamaboko, 1 Package
Canola Oil, 1 Fluid Ounce
Green Onion, 1 Bunch
Black Pepper, to taste
Hondashi, to taste
Directions

Ingredients

  • 1 pound saimin noodles
  • 1 fluid ouce Aloha Shoyu
  • 1 package char siu or kamaboko
  • 1 fluid ounce canola oil
  • 1 bunch green onion
  • Black pepper, to taste
  • Hondashi (for noodles and broth), to taste

 

Directions

  1. Start by bringing water to a boil in a large pot. The more room the better. Take some water out and add some hondashi to it to make a dashi. Reserve for later.
  2. While the water is coming up to temperature, start with the char siu or kamaboko. Julienne into strips, about an inch long.
  3. Slice the green onions into rounds. (Saimin cut)
  4. Once the water reaches the boiling point, add your noodles in and stir. Keep the noodles moving and don't overcook. Check the noodle to see if it is cooked. Once cooked, strain out the noodles into a colander.
  5. Once the noodles are out, add the shoyu, canola oil, and hondashi. Toss until coated.
  6. Finish with the char siu or kamaboko and the green onions. Serve a little bit of the dashi on the side to wet the noodles as you eat.
  7. Don't forget the black pepper.
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Saimin Noodles, 1 Pound
S&S Saimin Ohana Pack
S&S Saimin Ohana Pack, 1 Ounce
Member Price
$8.99 was $14.49$8.99/oz
Aloha Shoyu, 1 Fluid Ounce
Not Available
Char Siu or Kamaboko, 1 Package
Ono Ono Char Siu Pork
Ono Ono Char Siu Pork, 8 Ounce
$9.29$1.16/oz
Canola Oil, 1 Fluid Ounce
Not Available
Green Onion, 1 Bunch
Green Onions
Green Onions, 1 Each
Member Price
$2.79 was $3.49
Black Pepper, to taste
Not Available
Hondashi, to taste
Hondashi Soup Stock, Bonito
Hondashi Soup Stock, Bonito, 4.23 Ounce
$6.99$1.65/oz

Directions

Ingredients

  • 1 pound saimin noodles
  • 1 fluid ouce Aloha Shoyu
  • 1 package char siu or kamaboko
  • 1 fluid ounce canola oil
  • 1 bunch green onion
  • Black pepper, to taste
  • Hondashi (for noodles and broth), to taste

 

Directions

  1. Start by bringing water to a boil in a large pot. The more room the better. Take some water out and add some hondashi to it to make a dashi. Reserve for later.
  2. While the water is coming up to temperature, start with the char siu or kamaboko. Julienne into strips, about an inch long.
  3. Slice the green onions into rounds. (Saimin cut)
  4. Once the water reaches the boiling point, add your noodles in and stir. Keep the noodles moving and don't overcook. Check the noodle to see if it is cooked. Once cooked, strain out the noodles into a colander.
  5. Once the noodles are out, add the shoyu, canola oil, and hondashi. Toss until coated.
  6. Finish with the char siu or kamaboko and the green onions. Serve a little bit of the dashi on the side to wet the noodles as you eat.
  7. Don't forget the black pepper.