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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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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.
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!!
I just received my first wok in the post and this was the first thing I cooked on it and it tastes AMAZING! Variations I did was no tomatoes or chinese cabbages (didn't have) and I added 2 tsp of sambal oelek but I divided all the ingredients in half as BM89 mentioned . Thanks for the advice as I was planning to cook it without watching the video. Great recipe and btw, you can buy the noodle sheets already cut up and it's in the fridge section of the Asian grocery. The one I used was called 'Pho Tuoi'- Soup Rice Noodle, and it comes inside a normal plastic packet with water in it to keep it moist, that's probably why you can't find it. Best of luck =)
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.
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
I found the noodles @ woollies in the asian food section
Dont worry i thought that also.......ha-ha-ha
i thought this had beer in it haaaaaha
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
You can buy the Asian noodles fresh from Chinatown, small Asian shops almost always sell it (ask them), Coles (even the ones in the E-Subs) sell the flat rice noodles (thick and thin) in the refrigerated section where the fresh pasta is usually.
You can buy in blocks of rolled up noodle sheets which you then cut into strips yourself. If in an Asian supermarket/shop try asking for 'cheong fun' or 'ho fun' ('fun' means rice in Chinese) perhaps. They should know you mean the flat square rice noodle sheets. Generally in fridge.
asian convenience store in Ashfield (inner west Sydney) do them. they are just called Rice noodles - get them in 1kg packet.
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