Prawn fried noodles

Today, I want to share you another quick food recipe that you can definitely make it at home anytime.

The ingredients are easy to find and not really expensive. 1 portion of fried noodles usually cost me 15€. Well, I just found out that actually with the same amount of money, I can feed 4 persons.

Ingredients

  • 5 medium garlic (crushed using garlic crusher)
  • 2 red chilis (de-seed and chopped finely)
  • 100 gram prawns (I bought with the shells-off)
  • 2 eggs
  • Fresh noodles for 4 persons (I used fresh spaghetti)
  • Sweet soy sauce (made in Thailand / Indonesia, as the texture is thicker than Japanese soy sauce) | if you cannot find it you can use oyster sauce
  • Pak choi (chopped)
  • Carrot and cabbage (grated) | I bought a package of mixed grated carrot and cabbage directly in the salads counter at the supermarket. So, no need to grate it myself.
  • Margarine or olive oil
  • Spring onion (chopped finely)

Salt and pepper for seasoning. (no need to add any salt if you use oyster sauce, as it is already salty)

Methods

Heat some margarine in a large wok, add the prawn and stir fry for 5 minutes | add garlic and red chilies, stir fry for couple minutes | make some space in the wok, crack the eggs and stir it like you make scrambled egg | add the carrot, cabbage and pak choi, mix it with other ingredients.

Cook the egg noodles or spaghetti in a boiling salted water according to the instruction in the package, then drain.

Add cooked noodles in the wok | add the soy sauce and season with salt and pepper | stir fry and mix it well.

If you think the prawn noodles are not enough, you can add chicken wings like I did on the picture. Find the recipe here.

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