The friendliest kitchen in all the land!
Hi folks and welcome back for another Tuesday quick-fix. I might make this a regular thing, since we all love quick dishes. There’s nothing like coming home from work, tired and hungry and being able to just whip something other than a TV diner.
Today I have another treat for you that will be quick, easy and delicious.
Let’s make Tuna Steak Noodles!
What you need:
2 Packets straight to wok Yakisoba fine noodles (from Asian supermarket)
2 Tuna Steaks
1 Red Chilli finely sliced
1 thumb sized piece of ginger finely chopped
2 spring onions sliced diagonally
1-2 tablespoons of fresh coriander chopped
1 tablespoon Shaoxing Cooking Wine
2 Table spoons Light Soy Sauce
Drizzle of Sesame Oil
Start by marinating the Tuna steaks in the cooking wine and soy sauce in a dish for 1-2 hours.
Next get the griddle pan hot – so hot that it’s smoking.
Lightly oil the steaks with your hands and cook them in the griddle pan for about 1 -2 minutes on each side – depending how pink you like the middle.
In a wok, get a tablespoon of oil and get it again really hot, add the spring onions and ginger and stir fry for about a minute (you want them to still be crunchy).
Add the noodles and a tablespoon of light soy sauce and stir fry for no more than 2 minutes – keep tossing while frying.
Next, slice the tune steaks and mix in with the noodles and then add the red chillis. Remove it from the heat or flame and make sure everything is tossed well together.
Heap on a serving plate and sprinkle with the chopped coriander – fragrant and fresh with a hint of heat!
And there you have it another great dish that you can make in flash!
I would like to thank my good friend Jim for giving me another amazing suggestion. I can guarantee this will be your favorite stir fry.