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Chinese Bolognese

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This Korean-Chinese hybrid dish is as versatile as an American bolognese, only substituting the sour tangy tomato sauce for a sweeter, soy sauce based sauce.
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Ingredients

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Servings:
2
Serves 2
1 lb
70/30 Lean Ground Pork
2
Medium  Shallots
4 cloves
1 pinch
1/3 cup
Black Bean Sauce
1/3 cup
Hoisin Sauce
2 cups
Chicken Stock
4
Scallions
to taste
Salt and Pepper
to taste
Water
1 Tbsp
to taste
Shanghai Noodles

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Nutrition Per Serving

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CALORIES
1265
FAT
89.6 g
PROTEIN
62.4 g
CARBS
47.4 g

Cooking Instructions

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Step 1
Heat up Chicken Stock (2 cup) in a small pot. Once boiling, turn off and keep on stove.
Step 2
In a food processor, chop the Shallot (2), Garlic (4 clove), and Fresh Ginger (1 pinch) until they are in even size pieces.
Step 3
In a large saucepan, cook the 70/30 Lean Ground Pork (1 pound) 50% of the way through.
Step 4
Add the shallot, ginger, and garlic mix to the pan and saute until the pork is cooked all the way through, breaking up the meat into small chunks.
Step 5
Add the Hoisin Sauce (1/3 cup) and the Black Bean Sauce (1/3 cup) and distribute evenly among the meat.
Step 6
Add the warmed chicken stock into the pan and simmer the mixture for about half an hour, or until most of the liquid has been absorbed. Finish with Salt and Pepper (to taste).
Step 7
While the sauce is simmering, we can prepare the other ingredients. Boil a large pot of Water (to taste) on the stove with Salt (1 tablespoon).
Step 8
Boil the Shanghai Noodles (to taste) for three minutes,break the noodles up with a fork when they are dropped in so they do not clump.Drain the noodles into a strainer in the sink and rinse the noodles until they are room temperature. Divide the noodles into two bowls.
Step 9
Slice the Cucumber (1) into long thin strips. Set aside.
Step 10
Thinly slice the Scallion (4) into rounds and pick the Fresh Cilantro (1 bunch) off the stems. Combine and set aside.
Step 11
When the sauce is done, generously ladle it into the bowl with your cooked noodles. Topped with chopped cucumbers, cilantro and scallions. Enjoy!

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Nutrition Per Serving
Calories
1265
% Daily Value*
Fat
89.6 g
115%
Saturated Fat
26.1 g
131%
Trans Fat
0.5 g
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Cholesterol
232.8 mg
78%
Carbohydrates
47.4 g
17%
Fiber
4.0 g
14%
Sugars
17.5 g
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Protein
62.4 g
125%
Sodium
6239.2 mg
271%
Vitamin D
1.8 µg
9%
Calcium
168.1 mg
13%
Iron
4.6 mg
26%
Potassium
1201.8 mg
26%
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