Taochiam Guisado

Explore the rich flavours of Bacolod with Taochiam Guisado (also spelled as Tauchiam), a savoury stir-fried noodle dish featuring succulent beef, crisp vegetables, and unique Tauchiam noodles. Learn how to make this authentic Filipino dish at home with our easy recipe. 🍜✨ Dive into the culinary treasures of Bacolod with our homemade Taochiam Guisado! Featuring succulent beef, crisp veggies, and unique Taochiam noodles, this dish is a celebration of Filipino flavour. #TauchiamGuisado #FilipinoCuisine 🇵🇭

Dive into the culinary treasures of Bacolod with Taochiam Guisado, a savoury delight that combines succulent beef slices, crisp vegetables, and unique Taochiam noodles. Discover the origins of this dish and learn how to recreate it at home for a taste of authentic Filipino cuisine.

Taochiam Guisado, also known as Taochiam Guisado, offers a burst of flavour with every bite. The distinctive Taochiam noodles, made from soybeans and wheat, bring a unique texture to the dish, while the lean beef slices cooked in a gingery sauce add a delicious savoury element. Combined with crisp vegetables like Chinese cabbage and carrots, this dish is a symphony of tastes and textures that will leave you craving more.

I’ve been itching to recreate this dish for a while now, but I’ve had trouble finding Taochiam noodles here in NZ. Luckily, during a recent visit to Golden Supermarket in Glenfield while on the hunt for Misua Noodles, I stumbled upon the last item on my list: Taochiam noodles. Its like more than 10 years in my to do list, you can imagine my excitement!

Originating from Bacolod, Philippines, Taochiam Guisado reflects the rich culinary heritage of the region. Influenced by Hokkien cuisine, the dish features Taochiam noodles, a nod to the Chinese immigrants who settled in Bacolod and brought their culinary traditions with them. The use of lean beef slices and gingery sauce sets this dish apart from traditional Filipino stir-fried noodles, offering a unique and delicious twist on a classic dish.

Bring the flavours of Bacolod into your own kitchen with this Taochiam Guisado recipe. With simple ingredients and easy-to-follow steps, you can recreate this beloved Filipino dish at home. Let the aromas of ginger and savoury beef fill your kitchen as you stir-fry the noodles to perfection, creating a dish that is sure to delight your taste buds and transport you to the streets of Bacolod.

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Taochiam Guisado

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  • Author: Raymund
  • Prep Time: 15 mins
  • Cook Time: 20 mins
  • Total Time: 35 mins
  • Yield: 6 1x
  • Category: Main Course
  • Cuisine: Filipino

Description

Explore the rich flavours of Bacolod with Taochiam Guisado (also spelled as Tauchiam), a savoury stir-fried noodle dish featuring succulent beef, crisp vegetables, and unique Tauchiam noodles. Learn how to make this authentic Filipino dish at home with our easy recipe.


Ingredients

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Noodles

  • 250 g Taochiam noodles
  • 250 g beef rump steak, thinly sliced
  • 1 small red carrot, sliced
  • 3 cups sliced Chinese cabbage
  • 50 g sugar snap peas
  • 1 tbsp oyster sauce
  • 2 tbsp soy sauce
  • 1 cup chicken stock
  • 1/2 tsp sugar
  • 6 cloves garlic, minced
  • 2 shallots, thinly sliced
  • 2 tsp grated ginger
  • 1/2 tsp sesame oil
  • oil
  • salt, to taste
  • white pepper, to taste

Marinade


Instructions

  1. Combine the beef with the marinade ingredients, ensuring they are thoroughly mixed. Cover the mixture and refrigerate, let it marinate for 15 minutes.
  2. In a wok set over high heat, heat oil until it begins to smoke. Once hot, add the marinated beef, spreading it out into a single layer. Allow it to sear on high heat until one side caramelizes, then flip and sear the other side. This process should take about 1 minute per side. The beef should be 70% to 80% cooked. Once done, transfer the beef to a bowl and set it aside.
  3. Cook the Taochiam noodles in boiling water and cook according to packet instructions, until al dente. Drain them in a colander and set aside.
  4. Heat oil in a separate wok over medium-high heat. Add minced garlic, sliced shallots, and grated ginger. Stir-fry until aromatic.
  5. Add the sliced carrots and velveted beef to the wok. Stir-fry until the beef is cooked through and the carrots are slightly tender.
  6. Add the cooked noodles to the wok, along with oyster sauce, soy sauce, sugar, salt, and white pepper. Stir-fry to combine all the ingredients evenly.
  7. Pour in chicken stock to create a sauce and add the Chinese cabbage and sugar snap peas. Stir-fry until the vegetables are cooked through and the liquid has reduced.
  8. Serve.

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7 Responses

  1. Taochiam…this is 100% hokkien :-)) A homey and delicious noodle stirfry for a quick and satisfying lunch.

  2. This looks really good. Couldn’t I just use pappardelle noodles?

  3. Hannah says:

    You know I’m all about the noodles, and I love learning about new ones. You’ve shown me yet another delicacy I hadn’t heard of before! Taochiam noodles look fantastic!

  4. sherry says:

    this certainly sounds very delicious Raymund!

  5. This is one recipe that I can reproduce as soon as I see if I can find soybean noodles.

  6. Now this does sounds pretty easy to make at home. If only I can find the noodles.. I’ll need to check for it next time I’m in one of our local Asian supermarkets.

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