Loh Shi Fun
Ground pork and Chinese sausage flavor this slightly sweet and supersavory hot pot of chewy rice noodles with ground pork, shiitake mushrooms, pea shoots and pickled mustard greens. A just-cooked poached egg tops it all off, adding richness to the sauce, which Zak Pelaccio compares to an Italian Bolognese. More Great Chinese Recipes
Shaoxing wine is an aged Chinese rice wine often used in cooking. Dry sherry can be substituted.
Kecap manis is a thick, slightly sweet Indonesian seasoning, sometimes called sweet soy sauce, that's flavored with garlic and/or star anise. I t can be ordered from indomart.us.
Eggs are tricky to match with wine (though noodles and pork certainly aren't), but one thing they work particularly well with is sparkling wine. And it doesn't have to be expensive Champagne—for this homey Malaysian dish, pour a bright, fresh Spanish cava.