<p>Using Chinese five spice gives this comfort food a great Oriental twist. With this cut of beef, the longer you cook it for the more tender the meat becomes, however resting the meat is absolutely crucial so make sure not to skip this step.</p>
Flat rice noodles make a nice change as it is a noodle that is suitable for people with a gluten intolerance. We like the contrast in colours in this dish.
Oriental Style BBQ Steaks with Mango and Tendersten Broccoli
A combination of tender beef fillet cooked in oyster and soya sauces, ginger and spring onions served on a bed of lightly fried flat rice noodles. The delicious sauce in this dish is thickened with cornflour which coates and flavours the noodles. A Chinese kitchen tip of adding a little bicarbonate of soda to the … Continued
The subtle combination of ginger, oyster sauce and broccoli has made this a family favourite. Do remember to blanch the broccoli first. Vegetarians may substitute beef with oyster or 57g dried Chinese mushrooms (soaked in hot water).
Zingy, tangy, aromatic and delicious are all adjectives that have been used to describe this salad. The combination of birds eye chilli, mint, coriander and lime juice make for an explosion of flavours on the palate. Do serve this salad with medium or rare steak that has been finely sliced.
With Indian influences this beef and potato curry was probably introduced to Thailand by travellers. The recipe traditionally contains peanuts, which peanuts can be omitted if required. Chicken can be substituted but the result of tender, flavourful beef that falls apart at the touch of a fork, is well worth the extra cooking time. Cook … Continued
<p>There are many ways to prepare this popular Szechuan dish. Traditionally the beef is stir-fried in a wok over low heat until crispy. A quicker method to achieve the same results is to deep fry the beef and then stir- fry it with the vegetables. All the vegetables in this dish are to be cut … Continued