Leek and Egg Glass Noodle

I love cooking, but cooking food from scratch is hard especially working full time.

I usually post recipes that cook from scratch (even pie crust! :P.)

But today, I’d like to share recipe using popular sauce that can be easily obtained from local grocery market.

The magical ingredient is: Soyaki sauce!

Soyaki sauce is sold at Trader Joe’s, where fresh produce and variety of delicious product in cute packages. I had bought asian products only in the shop where specialized for Asian product, so buying Soyaki sauce at local Trader Joe’s was irregular event for me. But because of the package was super cute, I’d decided to give it a try.  

I had some fresh tomato and glass noodle that needed to be cooked soon, so I combined it and seasoned with Soyaki sauce. If you feel like Asian cuisine, just try it and you won’t regret!

IMG_8298l

Ingredients

IMG_8290l.jpg

  • 40g of glass noodle
  • 1 large carrot (Thinly slice)
  • 1 large egg
  • 1 large tomato
  • Some bunch of leek
  • 2 tablespoon of soyaki sauce
  • Some black pepper
  • ½ tablespoon of olive oil

Direction

  1. Prepare ingredients
    Slice veggies and beat egg in a bowl.
    IMG_8291l.jpg
  2. Cook glass noodle
    In a large pan, put water and bring it to boil, then cook glass noodle until they are well softened. Drain with water.
    IMG_8292l.jpg
  3. Make scrambled egg
    In a small pan, put olive oil and bring it to medium high heat. Add egg and stir well to make scrambled egg, and remove it from the pan.
    IMG_8293l.jpg
  4. Grill veggies
    In a large pan, put olive oil and bring it to medium high heat, then add veggies. 
    IMG_8294l.jpg
  5. seasoning
    Add scrambled egg and glass noodle.
    Pour Soyaki sauce and sprinkle some black pepper to taste.
    IMG_8295l.jpg

IMG_8299l

Product review


Name: Soyaki Sauce

Taste: ★★★★☆

Price: ★★★☆☆

Design: ★★★☆☆

Comment

The soyaki sauce contained flavorful garlic and ginger, savory soy sauce, and crunchy sesame seeds, so just using some tablespoon of sauce can transform your plain food to high level of Asian food. If you know ginger pork from Japanese cuisine, you can imagine what kind of taste the Soyaki sauce can give you. If you are looking for cons about the sauce, I’d say it is a little too sweet, and the liquid is easy to leak from the cap, so they might need to work on fixing that. If you consider about price, I strongly recommend to get one in store because the price of purchasing it online must be joking, about 4X!! This is why I gave 3 stars for price review. Let’s pray for a○a○○n to solve the problem! (the pic above takes you to the a○a○○n product page, but just use it for taking a quick glance.)

Ingredients / Tool Recommendation





Advertisements

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s