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We hope you enjoy this recipe for Karen-style noodles! This recipe was originally published in our e-newsletter, Welcoming the Stranger. Follow the link to read the whole newsletter! Ingredients: 16 oz Chinese Noodles (Lo Mein or other wheat noodle) 1 lb ground or chopped pork 1 lb pork tenderloin or pork shoulder 1 head cabbage ¾ lb Green Beans 1 white onion 2 chayote squash 4-8 chilies Kwong Hung Seng Sauce – Sweet Sauce Kwong Hung Seng Sauce – Thin Soy Sauce Vegetable oil Bring two large pots of water to a boil (do not salt). Trim pork tenderloin or shoulder to remove excess fat When the first pot of water reaches a boil, add noodles and cook until al dente, about 4-5 minutes. Drain and rinse in cold water and set aside to dry. When the second pot of water reaches a boil, add the pork tenderloin, uncut, to … Continue reading