Comfort Food Recipe – Stir Fry Rice Noodles

Published January 22, 2010 by Mary Jane

Hello again…well, now that I have wrote a recipe on noodles, fried rice next up is stir fry rice noodles. It’s extremely easy and there’s definitely different variations to it. Theres Singaporean stir fry rice noodles and taiwanese style and you ask me what’s the difference well, the difference is in the sauce and I personally know 3 different version of sauces so I’ll include this all in.

Ingredients

1 x packet of rice noodles
2 – 3 cloves of garlic
some bok choy or chinese vegies
2 – 3 eggs
2 – 3 pieces of chicken thighs
Soya Sauce
1/2 Onion

Instructions

1. Soak the rice noodles in boiling water for a few minutes or until the rice noodles are soft, make sure you don’t over do it otherwise it’ll be too soft for stir fry and just cool it down with cold water and drain it.
2. Mince garlic, chopped the chicken thighs into pieces and stir fry it together with sliced onions, and whip the eggs in a bowl and pour this into the pan and stir fry it and try to break the eggs into pieces. Add some soya sauce and stir fry it until the chicken is cooked and add in the rice noodles. For different sauces – Singaporean style you can add curry powder instead of soya sauce, or add tom yum paste. If you like Chinese sausages the dry ones you can add some in. They sell them at any Asian grocery stores it give it a nice aroma. Pop in the chopped vegies and stir fry them together and put a lid on and steam the noodles make sure you constantly stir the noodles.
3. It’s time to plate up when the rice noodles is cooked

Enjoy…

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