This is yet another of my attempt to be creative in the kitchen. I bought some Australian beef on sale the other day, and didn’t really know what to do with it cuz I kinda got sick of making steaks out of it. I bet Gratitude can’t wait to get his hands on me and shake me til I rattle for screwing around with pasta again.Â But I have no doubt that STP and Pete will be very proud of me. LOL.
Anyway, here’s how I do it:
Ingredients for fried beef fettuccine:
Some beef, cut into small pieces
3 spoonful of chilli sauce
2 spoonful of ketchup
2 spoonful of oyster sauce
Salt and pepper to taste
1/2 glass of water
1/2 pack of fettuccine, boiled til al dante.
Fry the beef until it’s half cooked with some oil, add in the 1/2 glass of water and the oyster sauce.
Dump in the fettuccine, let it sizzle for a while before adding the ketchup and chilli sauce.
Make a ‘hole’ in the middle of the frying pan, and crack in an egg.
Sprinkle some salt and pepper, and stir well. The fettuccine should have sticky texture by now. Take out, and place it in a plate, and prepare the side dish: Cheesy french toast.
Ingredients for cheesy French toast:
1 slice of cheddar cheese, shredded
1 teaspoon of chopped garlic
1 teaspoon of mayonnaise (optional)
Some sliced bread (I used some stale bread for this)
Crack the egg into a bowl, shred 1 slice of cheddar cheese into it, add in the chopped garlic and mayonnaise and beat them up before dipping the sliced bread into it.
Pour in some cooking oil into the frying pan, and fry the bread til golden brown. take out, and serve with the fettuccine.
Preparation time for the dish above: 30 minutes
Yield: 3 servings
Cleffairy: The kitchen is my chemistry lab, all right.