Soup Easy Taiwanese Beef Noodle Soup Recipe by admin June 23, 2018, 10:52 am 50 Comments easy beef...foodytubyhow make easy beef noodle souphow to make beef brothhow to make beef noodle souphow to make nood souptaiwanese beef noodle soup See more Previous article Chili Chicken Dry | Chinese Chilli Chicken | Chili Chicken Recipe | Restaurant Style Next article Simple South Indian Veg lunch recipe | South Indian veg lunch | vegetarian lunch recipes 50 Comments Leave a Reply soup base boiled for 5 hours??????????? Reply Cutee Reply 2:26 loooooooooooooooooooool Reply Give me some tators & bbq & fried chicken for comfort. Reply Simmer for 5 hours?? Won't the liquid evaporate if it's simmers that long ??? Reply my favorite.. Reply Too much for the Beef why can't we use a cheaper cut of meat. Reply lovely Reply how much for a night? Reply Just some suggestions, don't add too much soy sauce as it will over power the taste of the beef soup, and a perfect Taiwanese beef noodle is not suppose to appear to be so dark in colour. And you missed a most important ingredient for the soup base which is the Taiwanese spicy bean paste, chopped carrots or radish or both. You may wish to pan fried the bean paste with cow fats from beef, carrots, radish and other ingredients like onions, ginger, garlic and some chopped spring onion to elevate the fragrance. Use a ready made beef bones stock as soup base. Aside from that we don't add rice vinegar while cooking the beef soup base, it is only when everything is done and when you would like to have more sour taste then you add vinegar to make it taste sour. And I have to say, the steps of seasoning are incorrect, the correct step should be before adding the soup or water with the seasoning and boil them together and if it doesn't taste salty enough then you can add more soy sauce or salt afterwards but usually not required as the soup will be already taste pretty strong. From your recipe I am sure that it is definitely not going taste like authentic Taiwanese beef noodle. Before serving, top with minced spring onion will greatly enhance the flavor. From an experienced authentic Taiwanese beef noodle cook. Oh, btw total cooking time is about 1 1/2 hour if you want the beef to be chewy, and around 2 hours if you want it to be tender. Reply yum! is delicious! but I used different noodles. Reply no…that's not gonna taste like Taiwanese Beef Noodle… Reply Your dog got a bit excited when you put in the garlic. LOL Reply Could have added some Chinese 5 spice powder to the soup base to enhance its taste. Reply Made some of this using a bit from your recipe. Delicious! Thank you. Reply Tammy is sooooooo cute lol Reply Who can afford Angus Beef Reply Are you guys Cambodian? (: Reply A- nees Reply 5 hours!? will that not over cook the beef? Reply at 3:00 did you say mix your soup and simmer for "5" hours??.. 5 HOURS?? Reply That scream in the middle of the video scared the hell out of me! What was that about? Reply Not convincing… Reply I'm me? Reply Add too much thick soy sauce will darken your scar….. That's seriously too much, couple drops is enough Reply You guys are so cute and funny…imma gonna try one day 🙂 Reply That dog wants some food! Reply Hi, may i know this soup is for how many grams of noodles? thanks =) Reply That looks so good you are a really good cook Reply If you want to make it gluten free and can't find gluten free dark soy sauce, will 1 cup of gluten-free soy sauce be enough? Reply Next add 3 cloves of peeled garlic ROOF! Reply You should make the soup naked Reply 2:28 Reply Heheh she got some skills lol. Reply nee is really pro with a knife Reply How do they stay so thin eating all this delicious food? What is the trick? Reply Yum! Reply My comfort food is beef ribs……….and sushi 🙂 Reply Sammy can you make Macaronss Reply Agree! Reply My favorite comfort food on a cool winter day is pho! Reply Awe thank you! Means a lot to hear this hehehe:) Reply Me too! so yumm Reply I love pickled mustard Reply Lol it was my sister's dog. Reply Mines won ton soup,so good!! Reply I notice ur also using fermented black soy bean also? Reply I tried this and it was so sour :/ Reply Please do a video on orange chicken. Reply ahahah lol Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.