Ingredients

  • Beef Brisket- around 500-700 grams should be enough. You could also get any sort of beef chunks as you\\\\\\\'ll be cutting the brisket into cubes anyway.
  • Eggs- you\\\\\\\'ll be boiling these eggs so have as many as you want or however many people you\\\\\\\'ll be serving.
  • Tomatoes- 2-4 for an extra tangy flavour but you don\\\\\\\'t need to add these, up to you init.
  • Garlic- 4 cloves add more to keep them vampires away.
  • Ginger- an inch should do, I don\\\\\\\'t really know how other people measure out ginger.
  • King Oyster Mushrooms- 2-3 would be enough as they\\\\\\\'re quite big, but any other mushrooms will do as well if you can\\\\\\\'t find them in shops.
  • Chicken Powder/ Stock Cubes- 1 tsp is good or one cube whichever you get your hands on.
  • White pepper- 2tspn should be enough for a lil peppery touch.
  • Gochujang- 1-2 tbsp is more then enough if you really want to take it up a notch with this beautiful fiery paste, but if spice isn\\\\\\\'t your thing then just leave it out.
  • Soy Sauce- 1/2 cup should be good, get high-quality Japanese soy sauce if you can, it\\\\\\\'ll make all the difference
  • Mirin- 1/2 cup it\\\\\\\'s the sweet Japanese cooking wine
  • Noodles- what would a noodle dish be without noodles, bloody soup and no one wants that. I like using udon, but any ramen or noodles will be fine it\\\\\\\'s all down to preference. Hell, you can even use spaghetti if you want, after all, they\\\\\\\'re all just variations of pasta?
  • Finally Spring Onions- These are for garnish so use as much as you like.
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Today we're doing a simple rich & delicious noodle dish! I first made this by accident when I didn't reduce down my Shoyu pork( I know I said beef bare with me) all the way and when I left it my dad bloody came in, he thought it was reducing too much and added more water. I was so bloody livid, I just had a bowl of pork in weird broth so I thought screw it, I'll add noodles and just gave it to my brother. When I tried some on the other hand, my mind was blown and my rage went away. I weirdly vibed it. Here in this recipe I substitute the pork with beef and slowly braise it or boil it or whatever it's called into a pretty decent quick-ish bowl of noodles. Don't get me wrong it'll still take around 1-3 hours though. what do you expect? If you want a faster bowl of noodles just go get some instant ramen.

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