The simplest and authentic lentil noodles, not soft and sticky,
Cut the noodles a little, mix with salad oil, and let each one have a little oil. Put it in the steamer and steam for about 10 minutes.
Prepare the material, cut the meat, cut the onion, ginger and garlic into small pieces, cut the lentils
After the oil is hot, put it in the star anise, then put the onion, ginger and garlic in the pot, put the pork belly, stir fry, fry the oil.
After the meat is fried white, put a little soy sauce and cover the meat.
After the meat 7 is ripe, put the lentils, stir-fry them together, put them in the water that drowns the lentils, and cover them for a while.
After the lentils are cooked, the soup is served and placed in a bowl for later use. There is some water left in the pot. Remove the lid on the dish and steam for about three minutes.
Pour in the soup before it, pour it evenly into the noodles and mix slowly. After evenly, sprinkle a handful of raw garlic, drip a few drops of soy sauce, stir well and then pan
You can eat it when you cook it.
I usually use Haitian sowing, the key is steamed noodles and the soup.