The casarecce soaked up just enough of the tasty hot broth in their cavities, making each mouthful a very pleasant experience on a 8 degree day. If you are not convinced or are unable to find casarecce simply replace it with Shanghai noodles or homemade hand-cut noodles, after all the pasta was a replacement for noodles in the first place.
Have a great weekend and remember to come back for a very delicious Malaysian dish that is very close to my heart, see you then!
recipe per serve
1 cup of cooked casarecce or pasta of your choice
2 cloves of garlic, chopped
1 chicken thigh, sliced and marinated with a little soy, pepper, sesame oil and corn flour
2 chinese mushrooms, soaked in boiling water for 15 minutes then sliced
1 bokchoy or Asian green of your choice, sliced
1.5 l of stock
2 tbs of wakame seaweed
dash of white pepper
dash of sesame oil
cut chili in soy to serve