Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Japanese Style Beef Spaghetti

Sukiyaki Spaghetti (Noodles), symbolizes long life; to have a son to carry on the family name; prosperity. This I mentioned in my Chinese New Year that I prepared. I really don't know what will I call this dish, since I used most of seasonings in making Sukiyaki, then maybe Sukiyaki Spaghetti or Japanese Style Beef Sphagetti. I also added baby corn instead of mushroom (there's no place to market on Chinese New Year Days).

1/2 kilo beef, sliced sukiyaki style (long, veryt hin0
1 tablespoon butter
4 tablespoons mirin
1/2 cup light soysauce
salt and pepper (optional)
baby corn (or any vegetables)
bunch of onion leeks, sliced into 3cm

pasta/noodles
bonito flakes

Marinate beef with soysauce and mirin, pan-fry in a butter  until cooked. Remove and set aside. Using the same  pan, add water (or beef stock) with bonito flakes,  once the water is boiling remove the bonito flakes. Cook the pasta until al dente. Drain the pasta, add the noodles and vegetables. Season with salt and pepper.


I'm a bit busy for my mid-term Chinese Exams this week, so I'm connecting this to:

3 comments:

Food, Fun and Life in the Charente said...

That looks really tasty. Mmmmm Diane

shopannies said...

may just try this it would be so different than the pasta meals that I serve my family they may love it

Christy said...

this looks fantastic and is making me very hungry! thank you for sharing with tuesday night supper club..and good luck on exams!

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