Noodles with bamboo, pork and curry

In Asia, most people (if they are not Buddhists and not Muslims) eat pork with great pleasure. And there it does not seem to be complicated, heavy or greasy. Maybe bamboo and spices will help you?

List of required products:

  • 350 g of wheat noodles;
  • pork tenderloin — 400 g;
  • 200 g of canned bamboo shoots;
  • a handful of green peas;
  • 1 red sweet pepper;
  • small bunch of thick green onions;
  • 5 cm of the bottom part of 1 stalk of lemon grass (lemongrass);
  • 200 ml of coconut milk;
  • 2 tbsp. red curry paste;
  • 1 tbsp. peanut butter;
  • pinch of brown sugar;
  • salt.

Begin to cook


  1. Cut the tenderloin and the sweet pepper, peeled from seeds, into thin strips.Peas are poured into the boiling water and leave for 5 minutes. Throw in a colander and dry. Bamboo should be cut thinly.
  2. Cut the white part of onions into pieces, squash the lemon grass.In the wok, heat the oil and quickly fry the onions and sorghum, for 30 seconds. Add the tenderloin.
  3. Roast on very strong fire until golden crust appearance for 4 minutes.Add sweet pepper, bamboo and peas are fried for another 1 minute, then it is necessary to add curry paste and to mix everything carefully.
  4. Pour the coconut milk inside, season with salt and sugar.Let it boil, add cooked according to the instructions on the package noodles and serve immediately with leaves of cilantro.

Helpful advice for you

If there is no curry paste within reach, curry powder (1 tbsp.) at the frying stage of meat can be added. But the taste will be completely different. So if you still get pasta, be sure to try to make this dish with it.

Noodles with bamboo, pork and curry

Noodles with bamboo, pork and curry