Beef Udon

© Jan Shim Photography

What I set out to cook for dinner today “Sup Tulang” which is Beef Bone Soup, a popular local Bruneian favourite, I got sidetracked and ended up with another dish, Japanese Beef Udon. The red bowl is a mini portion for Jewel, daughter and loyal patron of Jan’s Kitchen :).

My version of the Sup Tulang is a peppery hot one with black pepper, garlic, ginger among other ingredients such as ox tail, fried shallots and onions. The beef used in the udon is first marinated with light soy sauce and stir fried with shallots and garlic.

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