- 320 g long grain white rice
- 1000 g water
- 20 g olive oil
- 1 pinches salt, coarse
- 1 brown onion, Quartered
- 1 cloves garlic clove, peeled
- 1 carrot, washed and roughly cut
- 400 g water
- 1.5 tablespoons chicken stock paste, (from BCB)
- 50 g tomato paste
- 85 g Ketjap Manis
- 1 teaspoons Babas meat curry powder
- 550 g lean minced beef
- 200 g celery stalk, Sliced 5mm
- 150 g green beans, Sliced 2-3 cm lengths
- 200 g savoy cabbage, Finely sliced.
Recipe is created for
TM 5Please note that the TM5 mixing bowl has a larger capacity than the TM31 (capacity of 2.2 liters instead of 2.0 liters for TM 31). Recipes for the Thermomix TM5 may not be cooked with a Thermomix TM31 for safety reasons without adjusting the quantities. Risk of scalding by spraying of hot liquids: Do not exceed the maximum filling quantity and observe the filling level markings of the mixing bowl!
Cook rice as per BCB recipe Boiled Rice. This will take approximately 20 minutes.
Remove simmering basket from bowl, and allow rice to drain while the remainder of the dish is cooking.
Quickly rinse bowl and replace.
Place onion, carrot and garlic clove into bowl.
Chop 3 seconds/speed 5.
Using spatula scrape down the sides of the bowl.
Add 30g of olive oil.
Sautee 3 mins/100 deg/1/mc off.
Add water, curry powder, stock, tomato paste, kejap manis, beans and celery to the bowl.
Insert simmering basket.
Weigh 550g (-/+) lean minced beef to the basket.
Replace the lid.
Set time 17 mins/100 deg/sp 1.5
Meanwhile, thinly slice your cabbage. This can be done at the beginning in your Thermomix if you wish.
Using your spatula, break the meat down to desired texture. Set aside, being mindful that it will be quite wet (you may wish to set it inside your Thermoserver to minimise spills on the bench.
Add cabbage to the bowl, and using your spatula to submerge the cabbage. Add contents of the simmering basket to the bowl.
Continue to cook for 3 minutes/100 degrees/sp 1.5
Place desired amount of rice (about 400g cooked weight) into your 2.6 litre THERMOSERVER. Add the reamining ingredients, and stir with your spatula to combine. You may wish to add more or less rice depending on the liquid content and personal preference, or if you were wanting to flesh it out to feed a small army.
Sliced, buttered baguette makes a nice addition to this.
You may wish to halve the curry powder for a subtle flavour. you could also use KEENS if so desired.
Perfect for feeding a lot of hungry tummies, or for those cooking on a budget. Chow Mein is usually a hit with young children too.
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