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Fiery Singapore Noodles

Serves : 2 - 4 Preparation 20 mins Cooking 6 mins Total 26
Nutrition facts: 338.00 calories 17.00g protein 52.60g carbs 5.10g sugars 7.90g fat 1.70g 2.00g fibre 848.00mg sodium
Ingredients: 5 Chinese dried mushroom 200g / 0.44 lb Dried thin rice noodles 2 tbsp Groundnut oil 2 cloves, finely chopped Garlic 1 inch piece, grated Ginger 3, seeds removed and chopped Red chilli 200g / 0.44 lb, cooked peeled Tiger prawn 2 tsp Turmeric powder 50g / 0.11 lb Bean sprouts 4, finely chopped Spring onion 2 tbsp Low sodium light soy sauce 1 tbsp Oyster sauce 2 tbsp Mirin 1, beaten Egg 1 tsp Dried chilli flakes ½ tsp Ground white pepper 1 dash Toasted sesame oil For the garnish: Fresh coriander leaves This is my favourite noodle dish ever! Its origins are unclear but it's definitely a South East Asian dish - the fusion of spices such as dried chillies and turmeric together with Chinese noodles makes this one of the best Asian fusion dishes - perfect for a one wok meal or entertaining. There may seem like a long list of ingredients but I promise you, the reward is in the taste! You can use Char Siu Chinese roast pork pieces, or add shredded cooked chicken or even smoky bacon bits, the trick is to toss and stir well to combine all the ingredients well but without breaking up the rice noodles too much.

Fiery Singapore Noodles

  1. Serves : 2 - 4
  2. Preparation time 20 Minutes
  3. Cooking time 6 Minutes
per serving

Cals


338.00

Protein (g)


17.00

Carbs (g)


52.60

Sugars (g)


5.10

Fat (g)


7.90

Sat Fat (g)


1.70

Fibre (g)


2.00

Sodium (mg)


848.00

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About the recipe

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This is my favourite noodle dish ever! Its origins are unclear but it's definitely a South East Asian dish - the fusion of spices such as dried chillies and turmeric together with Chinese noodles makes this one of the best Asian fusion dishes - perfect for a one wok meal or entertaining. There may seem like a long list of ingredients but I promise you, the reward is in the taste! You can use Char Siu Chinese roast pork pieces, or add shredded cooked chicken or even smoky bacon bits, the trick is to toss and stir well to combine all the ingredients well but without breaking up the rice noodles too much.

Ingredients
  • Chinese dried mushroom - 5
  • Dried thin rice noodles - 200g / 0.44 lb
  • Groundnut oil - 2 tbsp
  • Garlic - 2 cloves, finely chopped
  • Ginger - 1 inch piece, grated
  • Red chilli - 3, seeds removed and chopped
  • Tiger prawn - 200g / 0.44 lb, cooked peeled
  • Turmeric powder - 2 tsp
  • Bean sprouts - 50g / 0.11 lb
  • Spring onion - 4, finely chopped
  • Low sodium light soy sauce - 2 tbsp
  • Oyster sauce - 1 tbsp
  • Mirin - 2 tbsp
  • Egg - 1, beaten
  • Dried chilli flakes - 1 tsp
  • Ground white pepper - ½ tsp
  • Toasted sesame oil - 1 dash
For the garnish
  • Fresh coriander leaves -

Steps

  • Soak the mushrooms and rice noodles in warm water, in separate bowls. Leave to one side for 20 minutes before draining. Slice the mushrooms.
  • Heat the oil in a wok over a high heat, and stir-fry the garlic, ginger and red chillies for around a minute, until the garlic is just beginning to colour.
  • Add the mushrooms and prawns and continue cooking for another minute.
  • Add the noodles and turmeric powder and heat through - tossing everything together so everything gets combined.
  • Then add the bean sprouts and spring onions, and season with soy sauce, oyster sauce, and rice vinegar.
  • Pour the beaten egg over the noodles, turn down the heat, and stir gently until softly set.
  • Just before serving, sprinkle with chilli flakes, ground pepper and add a dash of sesame oil. Garnish with fresh coriander
Ingredients
  • Chinese dried mushroom - 5
  • Dried thin rice noodles - 200g / 0.44 lb
  • Groundnut oil - 2 tbsp
  • Garlic - 2 cloves, finely chopped
  • Ginger - 1 inch piece, grated
  • Red chilli - 3, seeds removed and chopped
  • Tiger prawn - 200g / 0.44 lb, cooked peeled
  • Turmeric powder - 2 tsp
  • Bean sprouts - 50g / 0.11 lb
  • Spring onion - 4, finely chopped
  • Low sodium light soy sauce - 2 tbsp
  • Oyster sauce - 1 tbsp
  • Mirin - 2 tbsp
  • Egg - 1, beaten
  • Dried chilli flakes - 1 tsp
  • Ground white pepper - ½ tsp
  • Toasted sesame oil - 1 dash
For the garnish
  • Fresh coriander leaves -