This is one of the greatest finds of a long time. A friend made them for a group of us and I was hooked. I've been eating these lately like they're going out of style. If you're making them and eating them right away, a jar isn't necessary, just throw everything in a large enough bowl. But if you want to use this recipe for it's greatness (it's take-and-go ability), get yourself a case of 500mL mason jars and make a whole batch. The recipe calls for optional tom yum paste, but as of this point I can't find it anywhere, even though my friend swears she found it at one of the stores, but they don't carry it now. I'll keep looking because it does make a difference if you can find it, but is still good without.
Recipe from The Londoner, and is for one serving in one, 500mL jar.
Ingredients1 Sheet of Rice Noodles
Assorted Vegetables (I like broccoli florets, small cubes of carrot, green onion and bok choi)
Cooked Meat (chicken, pork, beef, seafood), cut in small pieces
1 Tbsp. Soy Sauce
1 Tsp. Hot Sauce
1 Tsp. Coriander
1 Tsp. Bouillon Powder
1 Tsp. Miso Paste (soybean paste)
~Bend sheet of rice noodles and slide into jar
~Fill remaining spaces with vegetables and meat
~In a small dish combine soy sauce, hot sauce, coriander, bouillon and miso paste, and mix until smooth
~Add sauce into jar
~Put lid on jar and store in fridge until ready to eat.
~Fill jar with boiling water to the top, screw lid on (careful lid gets hot) and invert jar a couple of time to dissolve sauce.
~Allow to sit for a couple of minutes, then