I made Curry Udon earlier. The kids always love it. .
Serves 3 to 4
400g chicken breast, cut into cubes
1 carrot, cut into small chunks
1 onion, cut into small chunks
1 bunch French beans, cut into inch long
1 stalk green onions, finely chopped
110g S&B Golden Curry Sauce Mix
3 packs pre-cooked udon .
1. Bring a pot of water to boil. Add carrots to cook for 15 mins.
2. Break up curry sauce mix into pieces, add into the same pot of water. Stir to mix well and stir constantly to prevent curry burnt on the base of the pot.
3. Add onions, French beans to combine. Bring to boil and allow to simmer for 15 to 20 mins or until the veggies are tender.
4. Add chicken to curry, continue to stir constantly. Allow to simmer until the meat is cooked. (More water might needed in the cooking process)
5. Blanch udon in a pot of boiling water for 1 min. Drain and place in a serving bowl.
6. Pour curry and ingredients over udon, mix well and garnish with green onions before serving. .
Bánh Canh THU
When I come to this restaurant, I always order a bowl of Xương-Trứng.
in this restaurant case,
Xương:beef with born(Maybe it’s beef)
Trứng: egg(quail eggs)
I am crazy about tender meat than noodles.
Bún ngan ngõ 252, Tây Sơn (gần Lăng Hoàng Cao Khải), có giá 30k/ 1 tô. Ngõ chợ đông đúc người và quán, mỗi quán ko phải quá xuất sắc nhưng đc cái vừa miệng và hợp lý cho túi xèng của dân văn phòng. Lâu ngày quay lại, mà thấy khu này nhộn nhịp lên hẳn, ừ thì, sẽ thử lại dần dần hết vậy, nhem nhem
First few morning views at our first home stay at Do River 🏡 Missing their freshly made breakfast, comfy and clean rooms, peaceful backyard, Mrs. Bhong (their cute dog! 🐶), great and homey hospitality and may I mention again their breakfast? 😍
This noodle & dumpling shop was definitely one of our best finds this weekend. So good that we came back the next day for more. It’s located in Haeundae market, on the right side if you’re coming from the beach. I don’t have a name for it, but it’s got a huge banner outside with about six items on the menu, all between 4000-7000 won. There’s two people on the outside of the shop making dumplings and handmade noodles. This bowl of Naeng Myun (Cold noodles) costed 5500 won. That’s $4.85. Not bad for a meal out. We tell ourselves that we’ve stumbled across one of the best restaurants in the market, because we saw no foreigners in there besides us. As an Asian American, I always tell my non-Asian friends, go to the restaurants with all the Asian people. The more there are, the more authentic. 😉