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Rice Noodle Fruit

Preparation info

  • 70 to 80

    • Difficulty


Appears in

The Dim Sum Book

The Dim Sum Book

By Eileen Yin-Fei Lo

Published 1982

  • About

I am often asked why these are called “rice noodle fruit” and my reply is that I really do not know. Perhaps it is because its half-moon shape looks like a slice of apple or a wedge of orange? Perhaps.


  • 2 tablespoons liquefied pork fat or peanut oil
  • 1 pound coarsely ground pork, to which add


  1. Heat wok. Using liquefied pork fat or peanut oil, stir-fry ground pork, shrimp, mushrooms, and bamboo shoots until pork turns dark and shrimp turns pink.

  2. To the wok, add wine and ingredients from bowl. Cook until sauce thickens and turns dark brown, then add coriander. Remove from wok, place in shallow baking dish, and refrigerate uncovered overnight.