I was told by M this was very good and needs to be written down. I made this up...
2 large chicken breasts cut into small (chicken nugget size) pieces
1/4 onion chopped fine
powdered fennel (1 tsp?)
fenugreek (1 TB?)
celery salt (1/2 tsp?)
Um, cook onion in oil for a little bit (in pan on stove). Throw in chicken, let cook a little bit. Throw in spices and cook until done.
1/2 package hong kong style yellow pan fried noodle
2 c. chicken brother (~)
1/2 onion chopped fine
sesame oil (2 TB at least)
sesame seeds (1/4 c at least)
Cook onions in big wide fry pan in sesame oil. When glassy, throw noodles into pan. Realize they were supposed to be cooked before throwing in pan, so throw in at least 2 c. chicken broth (to cover the noodles) and let noodles absorb broth. Continue cooking on med-high heat turning frequently to dry out noodles and start browning. Add more sesame oil if need be. Halfway through the drying/browning process throw in sesame seeds so they brown as the noodles do (you may hear the pop pop of seeds).
I served with ginger baby bok choy. Great meal actually. Noodles took the longest to cook.