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Mongolian BBQ Recipe

Level-up Your Noodle Dish With This Mongolian BBQ Noodles Recipe!

The great thing about noodles and pasta is that they seem to go so well with everything! You can mix ‘em up with almost any ingredient and if done right, you’re good to go with lunch and merienda. The best part is that most pasta and noodle dishes are easy to prepare!

How about leveling-up your usual Pansit Bihon Guisado (Sautéed Glass Noodles), and have something extra special for your family get-together, with this simple Mongolian BBQ Noodles Recipe?

Ingredients:

Mongolian BBQ Ingredients

  • Minced Garlic
  • Chopped Onions
  • Squid Balls (the packed ones you can buy from the grocery is fine)
  • Chicken breast cut into strips
  • Thinly sliced Chili
  • Oyster sauce
  • Carrots strips
  • Sliced Turnips
  • Sesame oil
  • Bell peppers
  • Mushrooms
  • Togue (Been sprouts)
  • Bihon (Glass noodles)
  • Ginger-infused water
  • Ground peanuts
  • Tofu

 

Procedure:

  1. Sauté chopped garlic and onions in oil over medium heat.
  2. Add squid balls and chicken, and mix with the garlic and onions until brown.
  3. Add red chili peppers and mix.
  4. Pour in oyster sauce to taste.
  5. When the oyster sauce has seeped into the mixture, add the carrot and turnip strips and mix again.
  6. Add a bit of sesame oil for added aroma.
  7. You can now add the rest of the ingredients – mushrooms, togue, tofu, bell peppers, and bihon. Mix well.
  8. Add a glass of ginger-infused water and let boil for a few minutes until bihon is cooked.
  9. Top with ground peanuts and serve warm.

Mongolina BBQ Noodles

It’s so easy; you’d be basically just adding one ingredient after another until you have one spicy, delicious noodle dish. It’s different from the regular Pansit Bihon Guisado, since we used a different set of veggies (no cabbages and baguio beans in this one), and we used oyster sauce instead of soy sauce. The chilis and ginger-infused water should add a bit of spicy kick to the mix, too!

For a video of how to prepare this recipe and  a quick REC TEC grill review, check out the the Facebook link below:

Mongolian BBQ.Sweet and Spicy Home-made Mongolian BBQ.

Posted by Typist PH on Saturday, November 5, 2016

 

What regular dish would you like us to level-up next time? Let us know in the comments!

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