A saucy noodle
This is the "wet", sauced up version of the Beef Chow Fun that you may already know. The difference between these two recipes? The other Beef Chow Fun is considered a "dry" rice noodle, where you want to emphasize wok hei, a fleeting toastiness that comes from cooking the beef and the noodles fast and hot, and the satisfying crunch of the vegetables.
This recipe is for a "wet" rice noodle. Its texture is much gentler, with slippery noodles and a savory gravy.
Thank you, Kikkoman!
This recipe is brought to you in part by Kikkoman. My dad has been using Kikkoman flavors throughout his 50-year career as a chef, and it's a privilege to get to partner with them on such an iconic recipe, Beef Chow Fun with Gravy!
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