If there were only one type of noodle dish I could eat for the rest of my life, it would be beef ho fun, a Cantonese favourite made with wide flat rice noodles, spring onions, ginger and bean sprouts. It’s a pretty easy and quick dish to make at home if you can get a hold of fresh ho fun noodles from your Asian supermarket. You could use any thinly sliced beef in this recipe. A sirloin or rump would work well. I used frozen thinly sliced Freshasia beef from the Asian supermarket.
This recipe is adapted from one I found a long time ago from a newspaper or magazine cutting… I can’t say it’s entirely my own recipe, but it has been tweaked and re-written and become a family favourite over the years! ❤️
I served these noods with some gorgeous stir-fried chilli and garlic greens and frozen dumplings from Freshasia… simply divine!