Since we got the Wagamama's cookbook for Christmas my girlfriend has made some great Japanese food. Last night, we had home made Cucumber Maki Sushi and Chicken Miso Ramen which were both delicious. The home made sushi tasted fantastically fresh compared to the supermarket versions and the soup was full of flavours and textures.
|Chicken Miso Ramen and Cucumber Maki|
Girlfriend's Chicken Miso Ramen Recipe
Stir fry chicken (2 breasts, thinly sliced) and garlic (1 clove finely chopped) for 4 minutes. Add a large handful of beanspouts, 2 to 3 chopped pak choi for a final 2 minutes and add a splash of soy sauce (Tamari for those who are gluten free) and chilli oil. Meanwhile, make up 320ml Miso Soup (2 sachets, you can get them in supermarkets, for those who are gluten free, be sure to double check the ingredients) and add 500ml chicken stock - bring to the boil and add 2 bundles of noodles (I've found the gluten free King Soba noodles the best) , until cooked. Put the noodles in bottom of a large bowl, ladle over the hot broth and top with the stir fry. Add sliced spring onions to serve.... ps. I like mine with a little kick so you can add chilli oil to taste after you've served it!
|King Soba Noodles (Gluten Free)|