Scallion Oil Noodles

Scallion (green onion) noodle is one of the simplest Chinese noodles, using the very basic ingredients fresh alkaline noodles, scallion, oil, soy sauce and sugar. It is provided by almost every street noodle restaurants in many cities. This scallion oil mixed noodle or green onion oil mixed noodles has become one of the most popular dishes for my family in summer along with Sichuan style cold noodles. And I love the simplicity! The key ingredients for this mixed noodles (ban mein 拌面) is the scallion (green onion)oil. If you love this dish after the first trying, I would suggest making a larger batch after your first attempt because that long-time simmered oil is full of the aroma of green onions and so additive in other salad dishes. The best noodle for this dish is alkaline noodles made with kansui or alkaline powder. Kansui or alkaline powder causes the noodles to be slightly yellow. We also call this type of noodles yellow alkaline (水面).  The noodle is very similar to ramen, so basically you can use ramen, fresh noodles or egg noodles as a substitute. Start with Scallion oil Cut the green onions into sections around 5-8 cm long. Add garlic clove into pieces and cut 4 slices of ginger. Add oil in a wok, add garlic, scallion white and ginger along with the oil. Heat over high fire until the white part becomes slightly browned.  Add green onion sections. Simmer until the green onion section becomes crispy and browned.  Remove from heat and then add 1 tablespoon of Sichuan peppercorn. Let the remaining heat from the oil motivating the aroma.  Then cool down.  Cook the noodle and then soak in clean water.  Drain completely and then add 1.5 tablespoons of the scallion oil. Mix well. Add the basic sauce in. Mix well.  This is for 2 servings of noodles.  And lastly, top with crispy scallion. Optionally, drop 1 teaspoon of Chili oil.  Other Noodle Recipes 4.67 from 3 votes Scallion Oil Noodles Prep Time 10 mins Cook Time 20 mins Total Time 30 mins Easy Chinese noodles tossed with scallion oil– Scallion oil noodles Course: staple Cuisine: Sichuan cuisine Keyword: noodles Servings: 2 Calories: 236 kcal Author: Elaine Ingredients 1.5 cup cooking oil , vegetable oil or lard 14 green onions , skinny scallion, cut into long segments around 5 cm long 2 servings yellow alkaline noodle , or thin ramen noodles Mix seasoning sauce (for two servings) 1 tsp. sugar 1 tsp. dark soy sauce , optional for darker color 2 tbsp. light soy sauce 1 tsp. oyster sauce Instructions Cut the green onions into sections around 5-8 cm long. Add garlic clove into pieces and cut 4 slices of ginger. Add oil in a wok, add garlic, scallion white and ginger along with the oil. Heat over high fire until the white part becomes slightly browned.  Add green onion sections. Simmer until the green onion section becomes crispy and browned.  Remove from heat and then add 1 tablespoon of Sichuan peppercorn. Let the remaining heat from the oil motivating the aroma.  Then cool down.  Cook the noodle and then soak in clean water.  Drain completely and then add 1.5 tablespoons of the scallion oil. Mix well. Add the basic sauce in. Mix well.  This is for 2 servings of noodles.  And lastly, top with crispy scallion. Optionally, drop 1 teaspoon of Chili oil. Serve directly. Nutrition Facts Scallion Oil Noodles Amount Per Serving Calories 236 Calories from Fat 63 % Daily Value* Fat 7g11%Saturated Fat 3g19%Sodium 1920mg83%Potassium 347mg10%Carbohydrates 37g12%Fiber 3g13%Sugar 5g6%Protein 8g16% Vitamin A 843IU17%Vitamin C 16mg19%Calcium 77mg8%Iron 3mg17% * Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

Scallion Oil Noodles

Scallion (green onion) noodle is one of the simplest Chinese noodles, using the very basic ingredients fresh alkaline noodles, scallion, oil, soy sauce and sugar. It is provided by almost every street noodle restaurants in many cities.

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This scallion oil mixed noodle or green onion oil mixed noodles has become one of the most popular dishes for my family in summer along with Sichuan style cold noodles. And I love the simplicity! The key ingredients for this mixed noodles (ban mein 拌面) is the scallion (green onion)oil. If you love this dish after the first trying, I would suggest making a larger batch after your first attempt because that long-time simmered oil is full of the aroma of green onions and so additive in other salad dishes.

The best noodle for this dish is alkaline noodles made with kansui or alkaline powder. Kansui or alkaline powder causes the noodles to be slightly yellow. We also call this type of noodles yellow alkaline (水面).  The noodle is very similar to ramen, so basically you can use ramen, fresh noodles or egg noodles as a substitute.

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Start with Scallion oil

Cut the green onions into sections around 5-8 cm long. Add garlic clove into pieces and cut 4 slices of ginger.

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Add oil in a wok, add garlic, scallion white and ginger along with the oil. Heat over high fire until the white part becomes slightly browned. 

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Add green onion sections. Simmer until the green onion section becomes crispy and browned. 

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Remove from heat and then add 1 tablespoon of Sichuan peppercorn. Let the remaining heat from the oil motivating the aroma.  Then cool down. 

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Cook the noodle and then soak in clean water.  Drain completely and then add 1.5 tablespoons of the scallion oil. Mix well.

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Add the basic sauce in. Mix well.  This is for 2 servings of noodles. 

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And lastly, top with crispy scallion. Optionally, drop 1 teaspoon of Chili oil. 

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4.67 from 3 votes

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Scallion Oil Noodles

Prep Time

10 mins

Cook Time

20 mins

Total Time

30 mins

Easy Chinese noodles tossed with scallion oil– Scallion oil noodles

Course: staple

Cuisine: Sichuan cuisine

Keyword: noodles

Servings: 2

Calories: 236 kcal

Author: Elaine

Ingredients

  • 1.5 cup cooking oil , vegetable oil or lard
  • 14 green onions , skinny scallion, cut into long segments around 5 cm long
  • 2 servings yellow alkaline noodle , or thin ramen noodles

Mix seasoning sauce (for two servings)

  • 1 tsp. sugar
  • 1 tsp. dark soy sauce , optional for darker color
  • 2 tbsp. light soy sauce
  • 1 tsp. oyster sauce

Instructions

  1. Cut the green onions into sections around 5-8 cm long. Add garlic clove into pieces and cut 4 slices of ginger.

  2. Add oil in a wok, add garlic, scallion white and ginger along with the oil. Heat over high fire until the white part becomes slightly browned. 

  3. Add green onion sections. Simmer until the green onion section becomes crispy and browned. 

  4. Remove from heat and then add 1 tablespoon of Sichuan peppercorn. Let the remaining heat from the oil motivating the aroma.  Then cool down. 

  5. Cook the noodle and then soak in clean water.  Drain completely and then add 1.5 tablespoons of the scallion oil. Mix well.

  6. Add the basic sauce in. Mix well.  This is for 2 servings of noodles.  And lastly, top with crispy scallion. Optionally, drop 1 teaspoon of Chili oil. Serve directly.

Nutrition Facts

Scallion Oil Noodles

Amount Per Serving

Calories 236 Calories from Fat 63

% Daily Value*

Fat 7g11%

Saturated Fat 3g19%

Sodium 1920mg83%

Potassium 347mg10%

Carbohydrates 37g12%

Fiber 3g13%

Sugar 5g6%

Protein 8g16%

Vitamin A 843IU17%

Vitamin C 16mg19%

Calcium 77mg8%

Iron 3mg17%

* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

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