Chanterelle Mei Fun

One "Chinese Food" Ray and I really enjoy is Pork Mei Fun, so I came up with a healthy and gluten-free version we make at home using fresh ingredients. Since we found a bunch of fresh wild Chanterelles, I made Chanterelle Mei Fun!! It's really easy and quick! Here's my recipe:

What I made tonight was A LOT for just the two of us, I suggest this recipe as a meal for 4 people :)

Coconut Oil
Tamari Sauce (Gluten Free Soy Sauce)
Mei Fun Noodles (Brown Rice Noodles)
2c Ham, chopped 
1c Onion, chopped
1c Celery, chopped
1c Carrots, peeled chopped
1c Frozen Peas
2c Cabbage, sliced thin
2c Chanterelle mushrooms, chopped
6 eggs
Salt and Pepper

In a large pot, bring water to a boil and cook Mei Fun noodles for 3 minutes, then rinse with cold water - set aside to drain. In a large skillet, add coconut oil and butter (about 2T each) lightly saute ham over medium heat, then add onion, celery, carrots, mushrooms... when veggies are just begining to soften season with Tamari, Salt and Pepper to taste.  Add cabbage then remove from heat and set aside. 

In a separate skillet, prepare scrambled eggs (leaving egg in large pieces). In pot that you cooked Mei Fun noodles, heat over medium heat,  1T butter and coconut oil then add Mei Fun noodles gently tossing. Add cooked veggies, frozen peas and scrambled eggs - toss gently and stir fry - adding more Tamari, Salt and Pepper to taste.... Enjoy!