Wednesday, 10 April 2013

Teriyaki Style Fish & Udon Noodles with steamed veggies | Thermomix Recipes

© Nat's Thermomixen in the Kitchen (This is my personal recipe. I am happy for you to use it, print it, pin it, share it...but please give credit and link to my page. Many thanks! Hope you like it)

(serves 2 adults and a few small people, increase where needed to suit your family)

Fish & marinade
3 white fish fillets (I used basa)
40g mirin
15g chinese cooking wine
45g light soy sauce
5g sesame oil
2 cloves of garlic
1 spring onion, halved lengthways 

400g or more of udon noodles
vegetables to steam (I used cauliflower and brocoli as cooking time was similar to the fish)
toasted sesame seeds for garnish
3 Tb oyster sauce
1 Tb sesame oil
1 Tb water
1 Tb castor sugar (pre-milled in TM)
(mix the above 4 ingredients with a spoon in a small bowl while the main dish is steaming, you know...the old fashioned way!)

  1. Add garlic & spring onion to TM bowl, chop 3 seconds speed 6, scrape down
  2. Add marinade ingredients, mix for 2 seconds speed 4
  3. Pour marinade over fish in a shallow dish and marinade 1 hr or as long as you have before cooking
  5. Put fish on top Varoma tray, tip remaining marinade back into TM bowl (don't freak out, you are going to cook this at 114 degrees, you won't die, but it will add to the flavour)
  6. Fill TM bowl up to 500g mark with water
  7. Add veggies to basket
  8. Put Varoma in place and cook for 20 minutes, Varoma temp, speed 2
  9. With 3 minutes remaining, add the udon noodles to the bottom half of the Varoma (if you think you will forget, set the timer initially for 17 minutes, then put the noodles in and set for the last 3 minutes)
  10. When cooked, take lid off Varoma and slide under bottom half to catch drips, pour your little bowl of sauce over your noodles and stir through (leave a few spoonfuls to drizzle over the fish)
  11. Spoon a little sauce over the top of the fish, sprinkle with sesame seeds and serve with noodles & veggies (you can serve the fish whole, or break it into bite sized pieces)

If you wanted to increase the quanity of this recipe you could use the bottom half of the varoma for fish also, and cook your noodles in  your Thermoserver instead - just pour boiling water over them and sit for 2-3 minutes


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