Sunday, April 11, 2010

Rebecca's Asian Noodles

There is no name for this just my own invention and pretty yummy if I do say so easy to make, healthy and tasty.

Ingredients:
  • 1/2 cup wild caught shrimp
  • 2 tablespoons of Thai Peanut satay marinade
  • one small chopped broccoli crown
  • 1/2 red pepper chopped
  • some ginger garlic paste
  • 1/2 red onion chopped
  • 1 cup snow peas
  • 2 tablespoon soy sauce
  • 1 tablespoon fish sauce
  • 1 tablespoon oyster sauce
  • pinch of sugar
  • one pack of chow mein style noodles
  • 2 eggs to scramble into the mix
Method:
  1. heat a little canola oil in a wok then add the onion, red pepper and ginger/garlic paste saute for 3 minutes
  2. then add the shrimp, scramble a couple of eggs into the mixture, with the broccoli and snow peas for 5 minutes
  3. then add the sauces and mix
  4. meanwhile cook the noodles for 5 minutes then mix with the veggies and shrimp

Enjoy!!

What's your favorite way to cook noodles?




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37 comments:

  1. this is would be a nice go to meal when you want familiar comfort with kicked up flavors...

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  2. I love throwing together pasta dishes like this. Your asian noodles look terrific. I think my favorite is just butter and noodles with or without a little parmesan.

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  3. looks great! I've been loving noodles lately - the easier to slurp, the better!

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  4. The flavors sound amazing. I love Thai food.
    xo

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  5. You're so cute! I love that you named this after yourself. Looks good!

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  6. Love the idea of the scrambled egg with the noodles! Yummy!!

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  7. DoggyBloggy: oh thats true
    Kim: oh yours sounds yum
    Lauren: slurp!
    Nisrine: thanks so much
    Joanne: I couldn't think of anything else!
    Michelle its so good

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  8. I have a weakness for noodles, and this screams healthy, protein, and yummy for me! I found I could get my kids to eat more ingredients when I made things like this! Did J eat her fair share, and a good meal for the beautiful weather!

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  9. Unplanned CookingApril 11, 2010 at 9:25 PM

    Peanut sauce is such a great thing to have in your fridge - makes it so easy to whip up a tasty dish on a moment's notice.

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  10. Best thing in the world are those recipes we make 'on the fly'. Yummy, Thai spices work for me!

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  11. noodles always make the best stand by last minute meals . looks great

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  12. This is definitely an Asian taste. Looks exactly like a Chinese "chao mian" 炒面 (fried noodle).

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  13. Looks delicious--it has a definite Phad-Thai feel to it. ;-)

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  14. Pasta is such a great go-to meal. These asian noodles look terrific. I love a nice asian shrimp noodle bowl in broth; my favorite.

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  15. wow noodles looks yum and loved the new look of your blog too..looks beautiful

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  16. Oh, Rebecca, we must be craving for the same thing. I just had this fried rice noodles yesterday. I cooked it with salmon....delicious.

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  17. Ooh, smells good! And love your new title design :)

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  18. Simple and delicious pasta dish! I really love your new header, by the way - looks crisp.

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  19. Chef E oh Jasmine loves slurping up noodles!
    unplanned cooking so true
    Trish: smiles
    Peanutts oh I love them for a fast meal as well
    Anncoo see it does have a name he he
    Deb: yep love Pad Thai
    Bonnie oh sounds yum
    Sushma: oh thanks so much
    Mary: great idea to add salmon love it
    the lacguer spoon sweet Diana from A little bit of Spain in Iowa did it
    peachkins thanks

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  20. Nice variation using the noodles! Do you have any recipes for naan bread, especially those that you could make from scratch and then freeze?
    -Doc

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  21. Ilove this dish! Everything in it. Of course, I am a noodle lover and I take them in any way, shape,form or mode of cooking.

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  22. You're so clever!! Love the eggs at the end. Add a real great texture to this dish!

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  23. Oh yum Reb!!! When do I get to eat all these wonderful dishes?

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  24. Oooo...I like the new look of your blog! Am I bad? This is the first I've seen it!

    You concoction sounds good. That's exactly what I like to do, just start adding what you like and what you have on hand. Yum!

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  25. Rebecca, your noodles sure look tasty...love the ingredients in it...I like my noodles stir fried of in soup :-)

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  26. Nice flavors in this! I like your new look over here! ;)

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  27. yum! what a great looking dish! I love huge noodle bowls!

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  28. The look really like a Chinese noodle, look so yummy!

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  29. Rebecca

    This recipe made me salivate literally! Bravo, but pray tell me how can I get wild caught shrimp? most of the shrimp I see everywhere around here, including at the fish market, is flash frozen when caught and defrost at the store!

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  30. Doc: no sorry but I bet some of you lovely ladies have one
    Claudia smiles
    Ruth: oh love adding eggs, esp now Jasmine loves them
    Sweta: your welcome anytime lol
    Teresa: thanks
    Lyndsey: oh only changed it yesterday thanks so much
    simply life thanks
    Sonia: yep they are
    taste of beirut oh my mistake they are not fresh frozen but not farm raised

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  31. This looks like the type of chow fun that my mom used to make for me! Love those soft flat noodles!

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  32. These look great! And I love the new look of your site!

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  33. These noodles look like the kind I invariable always order at a Thai restaurant because I cannot get enough. Now I have my own version

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  34. ooh i made a similar dish on my blog.. beef pad see ew! yum! i love noodle dishes.

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