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Quick stir-fried beef chow mein
تصفح هذا الموقع Preparation time 5 minutes, cooking time 10 minutes maximum.
This served three of us with some seconds too. Add an extra 60g of noodles for a fourth person.
If you are vegetarian, the dish works perfectly without the beef.
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300g fine noodles
150g sliced chestnut mushrooms
150g asparagus, cut into 2cm long pieces
2 Pak Choi, coarsely chopped
2 crushed cloves of garlic
A 1.5cm cube of fresh ginger, finely chopped
A small tsp of cornflour
Sesame and groundnut (or vegetable/sunflower) oil
- Cook the noodles according to the instructions on the packet
- Finely slice the beef and briefly marinade it with a few drops of soy sauce, a pinch of the five spice powder, a dash of sesame oil and the cornflour.
- Heat the wok up until it is smoking hot. Add 1 tbsp sesame and 1 tbsp groundnut oil. When the oil is very hot, add in the beef and seal it for about 30 seconds. Remove it from the pan and leave to rest in a bowl.
- Add the garlic and ginger to the wok, followed by the mushrooms, asparagus and pak choi.
- Stir fry these vegetables for 3 or 4 minutes, until they are soft.
- Add in 2 tbsp of oyster sauce, 1-2 tbsp of soy sauce and 1 tsp of the five spice powder.
- Add a small glass of water and leave it to simmer for about a minute.
- Add the beef back in to the wok, carry on cooking for another 30 seconds and then finally add in the noodles, stirring vigorously to cover the noodles in the sauce. You may also want to cut the noodles by chopping down with your spoon as you stir.
- Once all the sauce has been absorbed into the noodles, the chow mein is ready to be served immediately. We add some chilli sauce to ours once it is at the table to give it an extra kick!