Shanghai Style Braised Pork Belly 红烧肉

Shanghai Style Braised Pork Belly 红烧肉

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Shanghai Fried Noodles by The Woks of Life

Shanghai Fried Noodles by The Woks of Life

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Authentic Chinese Shanghai Noodles Recipe

Authentic Chinese Shanghai Noodles Recipe

Shanghai Fried Noodles, 上海粗炒面

Shanghai Fried Noodles, 上海粗炒面

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This Shanghainese noodle recipe, from the British cook and food writer Fuchsia Dunlop, can be made vegetarian by omitting the pork. Do seek out light and dark soy sauces; light soy sauce adds salty-umami flavor and dark soy sauce adds color. (Photo: Lisa Nicklin for The New York Times)

This Shanghainese noodle recipe, from the British cook and food writer Fuchsia Dunlop, can be made vegetarian by omitting the pork. Do seek out light and dark soy sauces; light soy sauce adds salty-umami flavor and dark soy sauce adds color. (Photo: Lisa Nicklin for The New York Times)

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Shanghai Hot Sauce Noodles recipe by the Woks of Life

Shanghai Hot Sauce Noodles recipe by the Woks of Life

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Authentic Asian Recipes: Shanghai Noodle Recipe

Authentic Asian Recipes: Shanghai Noodle Recipe

Nouilles chinoises aux légumes et poulet au miel

Nouilles chinoises aux légumes et poulet au miel

Actually the Scallion Oil #Noodles(cōng yóu miàn/葱油面)is a #food from #Chinese Shanghai. But there are a few different variants. Today I suddenly want to cook this version.

Actually the Scallion Oil #Noodles(cōng yóu miàn/葱油面)is a #food from #Chinese Shanghai. But there are a few different variants. Today I suddenly want to cook this version.

<span style="font-weight: 400;">First stop: Shanghai! This recipe is adaptable for use with any kind of noodle, be it ramen, egg or udon. It’s a perfect little side dish or accompaniment and uses only six ingredients! You can add extra toppings for a satisfying main. See recipe <a href="http://omnivorescookbook.com/scallion-oil-noodle/">here</a>.</span>

<span style="font-weight: 400;">First stop: Shanghai! This recipe is adaptable for use with any kind of noodle, be it ramen, egg or udon. It’s a perfect little side dish or accompaniment and uses only six ingredients! You can add extra toppings for a satisfying main. See recipe <a href="http://omnivorescookbook.com/scallion-oil-noodle/">here</a>.</span>

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