Beef “ramen” Protein Broth Bowl
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- 2 tablespoons sesame oil (Olive or Canola can be subbed)
- 1 onion, diced
- 1 cup baby carrots, sliced
- 2 stalks celery, diced
- 2 garlic cloves, minced
- 1⁄4 cup fresh Italian parsley, chopped (divided)
- 3 cups beef stock
- 2 cups chicken stock
- 2 cups water
- 5 tablespoons soy sauce, low sodium
- 1 -2 teaspoon sriracha sauce
- 1 teaspoon ground ginger or 1 teaspoon Chinese five spice powder
- salt & pepper for seasoning
- 12 ounces thin spaghetti
- zucchini, Spiralized
- leftover steak, very thinly sliced
- bean sprouts
- bok choy, thinly sliced
- Chinese cabbage, thinly shredded
- soft hard-boiled egg
- green onion, chopped
- sesame oil, as needed
- To increase the protein, I suggest using Ronzoni’s Ancient Grains Pasta Thin spaghetti.
- Heat the sesame oil in a Dutch oven over medium high heat.
- When the oil is hot, add the onion, carrot, celery and cook for 10 minutes until the vegetables are soft and the onion is translucent.
- Add garlic and parsley and cook for another minute.
- Add the beef stock, chicken stock, water, soy sauce, sriracha & ground ginger (or Chinese 5 spice).
- Bring the soup to a boil, turn down the heat, and simmer for 10-12 minutes.
- Season with salt & pepper.
- While the soup is simmering, prepare the noodles to el dente as directed on the box, and prepare the other toppings you are including.
- Place cooked noodles and/or other main ingredients in a single serving bowl. The contents can vary for each diner.
- Top with hot broth, soft boiled egg, green onion and a drizzle of sesame oil.
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I am originally from Minneapolis, Minnesota and moved to Ohio in 1978. It was quite a culture shock going from the city to living next to the Amish. I spend most of my time cooking, cleaning and caring for my four kids. I have abandoned cookbooks and now cook from favorite, wilted recipe pages and the internet. I fell in love with my Italian family recipes (Scavo, Rotella, Scalzo, Micelli, Grande, Gigliotti) and my Mom's homecooked meals.