Recipe by CHUNKYBITS
"Spicy and simply devilish, a kick start on Malay cuisine. Remember to set water at the side 'cause you're on fire!!!"
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1 (12 ounce) package
uncooked egg noodles
finely chopped garlic
fresh spinach, stems removed, chopped
salt and pepper to taste
fresh bean sprouts
Delicious. I used some bottled Thai Chili Sauce instead of the paste and did pea pods instead of just peas. Used a touch more chili sauce than called for and left out the additional salt, but kept everything else the same. Definitely a keeper.
Not the best. It was really dry. The peas made it pretty gross, and I like peas. Sorry, but I won't be making this again
Super-delicious, spicy-hot noodles. Very quick and easy! The only change I made was sprinkling 1 Teaspoon sesame seed before serving....it gave the extra hint of authentic flavor!
This was OK for us as a quick and tasty meal. I did add more vegetables as I like my veggies.
I was in hurry and we were hungry so tried making it , didnot add egg as per directions but added more vegetables , red and green peppers , peas, mushroom and sauted all in separate vessel and added it to the cooked noodles lastly added 1/2 tbs of red pepper powder,cuz the chilli sauce which i used was mild in taste.thanks
Really really yummy!!
I added a few extra things though:
Minced chicken, onion, tomatoes and mushrooms and that made it even better. It was deliciously spicy!
This was good and spicy. I liked the taste.
My kids just polished this off without ONCE complaining about the spinach in it! It's unbelievable! THANK YOU!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Spicy Noodles - Malay Style
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
** Calories: 506
** Calories from Fat: 156
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