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[Guidelines for Nursing Care Food Standards] Cooking Demonstration - Satay Beef with Rice Noodles

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Beef Satay with Rice Noodles

200g beef (beef slices), 1 row of rice noodles, 30g onion, 10g sand tea sauce, 10g minced garlic, 5g curry paste, 10g smooth peanut butter, 5g yellow curry powder, 5g soy sauce, 5g brown sugar, 2g salt, pepper Appropriate amount, appropriate amount of cornstarch, appropriate amount of baking powder
1. Cut the beef slices into strips and marinate them with salt, sugar, pepper, cornstarch and baking powder (50:1) for about 30 minutes. Cut onions into slices and set aside.
2. Mix the satay sauce, curry paste, yellow curry powder, soy sauce, brown sugar and smooth peanut butter into the satay sauce.

3. After the garlic and onion shreds are sauteed, add the beef slices and fry for about 2 minutes. Then add satay sauce and appropriate amount of water and stir well. After the sauce comes to a boil, add corn starch and water to cover the gravy.
4. Since the beef may have tendons, turn off the heat and use a blender to blend the beef and sauce into minced or minced form, making sure it is not too big or too hard.

5. Put the rice noodles into boiling water and cook for about 5-6 minutes or longer, so that the rice noodles themselves absorb more water, making them swell and plump. After scooping it up, use scissors to cut it into about one finger length (equal to or less than 1.5cm). You can add a little cooking oil to prevent the rice noodles from sticking together.

6. First put the rice noodles on a bowl or plate, then add the beef and sauce and mix well.


Warm reminder:
1. Pay special attention to mixing the rice noodles and sauce evenly when eating to prevent the rice noodles from being too dry and causing choking.
2. You can use uncooked beef for the beef slices. When frying, add an appropriate amount of water to moisten it and fry for 2-3 minutes.
3. Please choose smooth peanut butter without particles, which is suitable for people with swallowing difficulties.
4. If you want to eat a Level 4 meal, you can use a blender and add a little hot water to beat the rice noodles into a paste. After putting it on the plate, use a fork to scrape out the texture. The beef must also be stirred until it becomes a paste.
5. Coriander is for decorative purposes only and does not meet the requirements of Level 6 of the HKCSS Care Food Standard Guidelines.


This dish is based on the Nursing Food Standard Guideline Level 6 (i.e., the International Dietary Standards for Dysphagia (IDDSI) Level 6)

Satay Beef Rice Noodles (Level 6)

  • Cooking clips, recipe content, food hardness, hardness, size and testing methods are for reference only. The actual situation may be affected by factors such as the type of food, food temperature, cooking methods, feeding techniques, tools and environment. Before eating, patients are advised to consult speech therapists and related professionals to assess their individual dietary level and eat according to the instructions.

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