Noodles/Rice, Pork

Noodles with gravy – Chinese Dalu Mian (打卤面)

Dalu noodles

Prep: 20 minutes  Cook:10 minutes  Makes: 2 servings


1/2 lb pork, sliced or shredded.
1 egg, slightly beaten by fork.
1/3 cup dry black agarics(wood ear), soaked and thin shredded.
1/3 cucumber, thin shredded.
1 canned sliced mushrooms.
Salt and white pepper to taste.
1 tablespoon soy sauce.
1 teaspoon vinegar.
1 tablespoon sesame oil.
1 tablespoon corn starch(for pork marinade)
1 tablespoon cooking wine(for pork marinade)
1 cup chicken broth or water.
Cooking oil
1 teaspoon minced ginger and 1 cloves garlic, sliced.
1 tablespoon corn starch in 3 tablespoons water mixture.

Chinese noodles (can be found in Asian market)


1. Put shredded pork in a bowl, add corn starch and cooking wine to marinate for few minutes.
2. Heat oil in a pan over high heat, put minced ginger and shredded pork in the pan, quick stir fry until the color was changed.
3. Add black agarics, garlic  to the pork, add soy sauce, stir fry for 1 more minute.
4. Pour in chicken broth or water, mushrooms, bring to boil, then turn the heat to low, add the corn starch and water mixture in and stir until the liquid turns to slightly thick.
5. Slowly pure egg in, slightly and slowly stir. Then season with salt and white pepper, mix well.
6. Turn off the heat when the egg was well cooked. Add sesame oil and vinegar. mix well.
7. Serve with boiled noodles, and shredded cucumber on the top.









About Jenny liu

I am Jenny and I come from Northern China, now live in Beijing and Seattle. This site is a place where I share my favorite authentic home-cooked Chinese recipes. Just give it a try if you like what you see here! I strongly believe that food tastes better and healthier when it's homemade!


3 thoughts on “Noodles with gravy – Chinese Dalu Mian (打卤面)

  1. Thank you, my sister has adopted three children from china, one is from Northern China and I wanted to get some authentic noodle recipes to help her with the food transition..

    Posted by Kim | 2013-01-29, 16:10


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