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TASC Beef Noodle Soup

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Betty Chiang

on 28 April 2015

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Transcript of TASC Beef Noodle Soup

Material we need...
Start with the beef
Preparation:
Step1 & 2:
1. Cut the steak into small pieces.

2. Boil them for about 5 minutes and filter out any impurities.
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Tuesday, April 28, 2015
2nd cooking class
What`s Beef Noodle Soup?
Step5:
TASC Beef Noodle Soup
3. Cut the onions and use medium-high heat to fry the onions until they’re light brown. Then, put beef into the pan and sauté everything for about a minute. (5min)
Step3:
Step4:
4. Add Mi jiu (2 caps), Sugar (2-3 spoons), 2-3 Ba Jia, tomato, & water (add 2/3 of your finger length’s worth above the beef). Then wait for 25 mins.
5. Add carrots, soy sauce (pour in a circular movement to make 1.5 circles), salt (2-3 spoons). Turn the heat down to medium. Wait for 10 mins.
Step6: Last Step
6. At the same time, cook the noodles. Boil water and add the noodles. Remove them after 3 minutes.
Definition:
Originally from Taiwan and made of stewed or red braised beef, beef broth, vegetables and Taiwanese noodles.
FUN FACTS ABOUT BEEF NOODLE SOUP:
1. 3 kinds of beef in the beef noodle soup: Brisk or Shank only; Tendon only; Half Tendon & Half Meat (Most expensive)
2. It is considered as a NATIONAL dish in Taiwan
3. Taipei, the capital of Taiwan even holds an annual Beef Noodle Soup Festival
4. How much is it? Normally,
Small NT80=$12
Medium NT90=$14
Large NT100=$15
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