Sunday, 25 April 2010

Chilli Beef Ramen

The weather hear has been really good for the last few days and when it is such nice weather, I don't like to slave in the kitchen if it is not really needed.

So though I would make something really quick and something very light.
My daughter and hubby likes beef so I make for them and I just have the soup, veg and the noodles, which I think is absloutley more than enough and delicous.
This is a recipe from the book Wagamama.
I have made Chicken Ramen from the same book and we all just love it. And tha tis one dish I have been making very often.
I thought I will post the winner of the CSN Store giveaway today as Tuesday I have the Daring Bakers to post , and I have not written anything for that.
Thankyou for the CSN stores to give a opourtunity for doing the give away.
Choosed the winner through Random . org

So Drum Roll the Winner is Bong Moms Cookbook she wanted to have the blender,which I think is a wonderful choice, I have one like this and I use it almost every day.
I so wish I could give a prize for all my readers, maybe when I win a Lottery.


150 gm beansprouts
250 gm ramen noodle
350 gm beef
a little vegetable oil
1 liter of chicken stock. If you like use this recipe
2 tbsp chillie ramen sauce
2 spring onions slices
2 red chillies sliced or more if you ant
1/2 red onion peeled and thinly slice ( didn't use)
1 lime quater
Few sprigs of corriander.

Blanch the bean sprout in a large pan of boiling water for 1 minuts
Drian, and refresh with cold water.
Cook the noodels drian throughly and refresh with cold water.

Heat a griddle or frying pan untill very hot. Lightly rub the meat with oil andf then cook for 2 minutes on each side ( I slice then and fry them with a bit of soy sauce as my family likes the meat well done )
Divide the noodles between 2 bowl. heat the stock, stir in the chillie ramen sauce, then laddle over the noodles.
Top with beef slices, bean sprouts, spring onions, whilli, read onion, and lime quaters and the corriander.
Slurp it up .


21 comments:

Jamie said...

This looks so delicious! And perfect for husband's diet (wink wink). Gorgeous recipe I must try!

Priya said...

Slurppp, wat a bowl of my comforting soup...looks fantastic but my choice goes for chicken instead of beef...Congrats to the winner..

Snooky doodle said...

nice dish!!

Neetz said...

yumm yumm..delicious :)

aquadaze said...

Oh wow, this looks delicious! We absolutely love ramen, I love the look of that soup.

Jaya said...

Happy,
Soup looks so delicious ..I will go for chicken though.
hugs and smiles

ruchikacooks said...

Looks delicious! I may make a veggie version of it!

Mallugirl said...

my kind of meal.. less work and so much flavor!!

MaryMoh said...

Looks spicy and delicious. I like it.

Angie's Recipes said...

Ramen sounds and looks so soothing!

SathyaSridhar said...

Very nice combo dear beef n noodles soup..my hubby's faaav one is beef...Looks delicious n slurrping dear..

elra said...

This is a luxury ramen Happy Cook, I like it!

Pavithra said...

Oooooooooh thats beautiful one pot meal...

Cham said...

Simple and yet delicious soup! Congrats to Sandeepa !

5 Star Foodie said...

A perfectly delicious and easy to make soup, excellent!

Gulmohar said...

Looks so very yumm...Congrats to the winner

shankari said...

The colors are just fantastic

mr. pineapple man said...

that looks so good - I want it on a rainy day~

foodcreate said...

Look fabulous can't wait to try ..

lissie said...

delicious chilli beef ramen...! perfect for my dinner...slurp!

Samta said...

looks so yummy. We do not eat beef - can we substitute it with chicken or pork?