1.making the soup stock In a big cooking pot, add 1L water, chicken, green parts of a leek and ginger (optional). Heat over high heat and bring it to a boil. Once it boils, reduce the heat to low and simmer for about 10 min.
2. Remove from the heat. Take the chicken, leek and ginger out to a plate. Strain the stock with a sieve to another big cooking pot. Add 1L water more into the stock, then set aside.
3. In a frying-pan, heat 1 tbsp oil and place the boiled chicken skin side down. Cook for about 3~4 min both sides or until a nice golden brown. Add the chicken sauce ingredients (mirin, cooking sake, soy sauce, sugar) and cook until the sauce is reduced about half while flipping the chicken. Turn off the heat. Slice the chicken into bite-size pieces and set aside for the ramen topping.
4.making the shio sauce soup base In a small heat-resistant bowl, add the chopped leek, garlic (grated), shantung, katsuo flake and kosher salt. Set aside.
5. In a small cooking pot, add sesame oil, vegetable oil and heat over medium heat until almost boiled. Remove from the heat and pour this oil over the leek in the bowl from #4. Mix.
6. Add cooking sake, soy sauce and hondashi powder. Mix and set aside.
7. Cook noodles according to the package instructions. Meanwhile, place some "shio soup base" in a serving bowl and pour the soup stock (boiled). Immediately place the cooked noodle into the soup stock. Top with chicken and julienne'd leek over the noodle. Serve hot!
You can change the quantity of shoyu soup base you add depending on how strong you like it ;-) You can also add just boiled water to the shio soup base!
1. Making red rice Lightly whisk 2 eggs. Heat 2 tbsp olive oil in a wok or a frying pan for a minute or so, then add the garlic. Fry until fragrant. Pour in the egg mixture and immediately add the steamed rice onto the egg. Stir the rice to combine with the eggs.
2. Add the tomato paste and stir to coat the rice, stirring constantly until the rice is heated through.
3 Add the seasoning (salt, seasoning sauce, sugar) and continue to fry the rice for another 1~2min, to sear in the flavours. Remove from the heat, taste and add extra salt if necessary. Set aside until the meat is ready.
4. Making the beef In a bowl, add all the ingredient A and marinate the beef.
5. In a frying-pan, heat 1 tbsp oil, then add the marinated beef. Cook until the meat is no longer pink.
6. Serve with hot red rice! Sprinkle more black pepper onto the beef to taste:)
1. For the bean sprouts, add all the ingredients in a bowl and mix. Set aside.
2. For the carrot, add all the ingredient in another bowl and mix. Set aside.
3. For the spinach, add all the ingredients in another bowl and mix. Set aside.
4. For the daikon radish, add all the ingredients in another bowl and mix. Set aside.
5. For the beef, in a bowl, add all the ingredient ( except the beef ) and mix well. Add the beef to marinate for about 15min. Heat 1 tbsp oil and stir-fry the beef until no longer pink. Set aside.
6. For the bibimbap sauce, in a small pan, heat 1 tsp oil and fry the garlic until fragrant. Add all the rest of sauce ingredients (except gochujang at the moment). Bring it to a boil and simmer for about 15~20min. Add gochujang as per your taste.
7. Assemble bibimbap, place the rice into an iron casserole dish or a bowl you prepared (I used a Staub here). On top, add the meat and the vegetables you made onto the rice and place 2 or 3 egg yolks onto the vegetables. Pour the bibimbap sauce, as much as you like, and mix well before you eat.
1. Make the sauce In a small cooking pan, add all the sauce ingredients and bring it to a boil. Reduce the heat and simmer for about 2 min. Set aside.
2. Make the pad thai Lightly coat the tofu with corn starch. In a wok or a large frying pan, heat 2 tbsp vegetable oil over medium-high heat. Fry the tofu on both sides until lightly browned. Set aside.
3. In the same wok, add another tbsp of vegetable oil and fry the garlic and shallot until fragrant. Add shrimps and cook until they just change color.
4. Add the beaten egg and cook until just barely set. Add the rice noodles and the tamarind sauce from #1. Cook until the noodles just become soft.
5. Add bean sprouts, garlic chives, cooked tofu and fry it all together for a few minutes or until it has just wilted. Do not overcook.
Sprinkle some chopped peanuts if you like them and serve hot!
1. In a bowl, add all the ingredient A and mix well. Set aside. This is your filling mixture.
2. Dredge Jerusalem artichoke in the flour, taking care to coat all sides and shake off any excess.
3. Combine 2 eggs with milk. On a slice of Jerusalem artichoke, place about 1 to 1.5 tbsp tuna filling mixture and spread. Cover another slice of Jerusalem artichoke on top and press down to make a sandwich!
4. Dip it in egg mixture, and finally coat it thoroughly with Panko (bread crumbs).
5. Put a tiny amount of panko to check if the oil is ready. If it sizzles, it's ready! (or stick a chopstick in the oil and see if bubbles start to appear around the chopstick). Remove excess panko from your 'sandwiches' and press them gently. Fry them both sides until browned.
6. Add the sauce ingredients into a small cup and mix to combine.