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Fried Asia noodles! OMG, this simple 20-minute recipe is a game changer! Better than the takeaway, full of vegetables and just a handful of ingredients - Kochkarussell.com #bratwurst #vegan #veganrecipe #veggies #easy #recipe #recipe #bratwurst

There are recipes that are ok. There are recipes, I think that's cool. And then there are recipes, I think ultra super mega hyper super duper horny and would like to cook immediately everyone a large portion of it. Fried asia noodles definitely belong in category 3.

Sometimes without flax, how could this delicacy go so far for us? Fresh fried noodles that taste infinitely better than the loveless boxes from the Asia Takeaway. Hearty, spicy and packed with crunchy carrot sticks, spring onions and a bombastic garlic-aromatic sauce. Oh, and they're done in 20 minutes. ♡

Friends, our closing time has just become 1000 times easier!

One in advance.

If you've eaten homemade fried Asian noodles, you'll never be tempted to spoon out noodles from a plastic box with too much sweet-and-sour sauce as you walk past, and you could not say no fast enough. No more lost noodles you'll find on your sweater two hours after dinner, and no greasy spots of carrot on the brand-new pants.

No, with this recipe we have our life under control. Instead of going to the Asia Takeaway, we get a handful of ingredients and cook our own, damn delicious, fresh fried noodles without any weird ingredients.

Fried Asian noodles – That's how it works

To rock your roast noodle game, you first cook the noodles for a few minutes in plenty of salt water. In the meantime, cut a large carrot into thin strips, a handful of spring onions in small rolls and chop a garlic clove. Fry the whole in a large pan in a little sunflower oil. Then there are noodles, Hoisin paste and soy sauce and everything is deliciously crunching. Finally a few spring onion rolls and some sesame on top, done.

You want more? Then pimp your fried noodles according to your taste and your fridge contents.

Pimp your fried noodles

  • Protein. Chicken, shrimp and fried tofu are certainly world class.
  • More vegetables. Spinach, mushrooms, peppers, zucchini – just clean what you have in the fridge. You only have to pay a little attention to the cooking time of the individual ingredients. Harder is already in the beginning in the pan, spinach only at the very end.
  • Ginger.
  • Chili.
  • Delicious Asian sauces. Since the selection is almost endless. Mirin, fish sauce, chilli sauce, sweet chilli sauce, teriyaki sauce – everything works.

Whatever you do, try these noodles!

I hope you will love this recipe!

Fried Asian noodles are:

  • Hearty and crispy.
  • Garlic, soy sauce and fresh with carrot sticks and spring onions.
  • By mistake vegan.
  • Better than the Asia takeaway.
  • In 20 minutes on the table.

You tried this recipe? Then let me know! Do not comment, rate or forget your photo on Instagram #kochkarussell to tag. Thank you, dear ones!

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Fried asia noodles

Fried Asia noodles! OMG, this simple 20-minute recipe is an absolute game changer! Better than the takeaway, full of vegetables and just a handful of ingredients.

portions: 2 big portion

Calories per serving: 613 kcal

ingredients

  • 250
    G
    wheat noodles
    eg Mie noodles
  • 1
    size
    carrot
  • 5
    spring onions
  • 1
    clove of garlic
  • 2
    EL
    Sunflower oil
  • 3
    TL
    Hoisin paste
  • 4
    EL
    soy sauce

instructions

  1. Cook noodles according to package instructions. Drain and chill with cold water, set aside.

  2. In the meantime, cut the carrot into thin carrot sticks and spring onions in small rolls. Chop garlic.

  3. Heat oil in a large pan. Stir fry garlic and spring onion for 2 minutes, then add carrot sticks and fry for another minute. Put the noodles, Hoisin paste and soy sauce in the pan and mix well.

  4. Fry to the desired crispness. Distribute on two plates and enjoy.

Recipe Comments

If you do not get Hoisin paste, you can also experiment with Hoisin Sauce or other Asian sauces like teriyaki sauce or oyster sauce.

This recipe goes perfectly with all the vegetables you have right now in the fridge. Just fry it with carrot sticks and Co.

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