Beef in Holy Basil and Chilli with Shirataki Noodles {DD}

Thai Dish with Japanese Noodles...Asia on a plate...
For better results, like with most cooking, you will be better off leaving all the ingredients ready for use before you start cooking.
Enjoy it!!!!

You will need:

200g sliced rump or sirloin steak
1 teaspoon oyster sauce
2 tablespoons soy sauce
2 tablespoons water
2 roughly chopped cloves garlic
1 sliced red chilli {optional}
1 small sliced onion
1 cup of basil leaves {holy, vietnamese or any basil you can find but the asian ones will give an incredible depth and authentic flavour to this dish}
1 small packet of Shirataki noodles washed and drained

Mix the oyster sauce, soy sauce, water, garlic and chilli. Reserve.
Spread some oil on a non stick frying pan or wok and hot it until it is almost smoking, fry the steak slices to your liking and remove. Cover the beef slices to keep them warm.
Let the pan heat up again {we are talking burning hot} and add the oyster sauce mixture. When it boils furiously for about 30 seconds add the onion slices and shake the pan around. Add the noodles and most of the basil to the pan and, after the noodles have warmed through, add the beef.
Serve with some basil leaves spread on top of the dish and enjoy!!!!

                                                      Few Ingredients... Lots of Flavours...

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