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Drunken Noodles

Stir-fry noodles are quick to prepare and healthy to eat – a perfect combination.
Even after a long hard day at work, Peter reckons you'll love cooking this quick, easy and super-tasty dish.

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Posted by KK62 • 6y ago • Report
Dont worry i thought that also.......ha-ha-ha
Posted by KrystynaCooks • 6y ago • Report
WHERE DO YOU GET THE RICE NOODLE SHEETS? PLEASE CERTAINLY NOT COLES OR WOOLIES I HAVE ALSO TRIED FEW ASIAN SHOPS IN E. SUBS NO SUCCESS ANYONE OUT THERE KNOW - I CAN GET THE THIN NOODLES EVERYWHERE but I REALLY LOVE FAT NOODLES THAT HAVE A BIT OF DEPTH THANKS IN ADVANCE
Posted by BM89 • 5y ago • Report
Watch out for the variations between the video and the ingredient list. In the video Pete uses about half the weight & volume of ingredients. He comments that too much in the wok will result in a stew rather than a stir-fry, which is what happens if you use all the ingredients in the recipe. At the end, he adds a handful of beansprouts which are not listed in the ingredients. Udon noodles are fine if you can't find fresh rice sheets. Great quick midweek dinner
Posted by Schomby • 5y ago • Report
I have a Great Local Noodle maker that sells at the Rapid Creek (Sunday) Markets in Darwin if any body is looking for them in the NT.. I will be trying this one after the markets on Sunday.
Posted by • 2y ago • Report
I made this for dinner tonight, I had to omit a few ingredient that my husband can't have (garlic, onion and cabbage) and it was still delicious! My boys (8 & 10) loved it and said its the best meal ever.
Thank you!!
Posted by Mon75 • 4y ago • Report
This dish is awesome, but unlike a few of the commments above, I had extra sauces, herbs and pretty much everything. As long a you stir fry quick and hot (as always) it works well. One of my favourite recipes that I was so pleased to find after I moved away from a local Thai Take Away who made great Drunken Noodles. Haven't seen it on too many menus!!
Posted by Juanita • 5y ago • Report
asian convenience store in Ashfield (inner west Sydney) do them. they are just called Rice noodles - get them in 1kg packet.