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Easy Afternoon Noodles



2 portion(s)

Basic Soup

  • 1 litre water
  • 2 tablespoons EDC Vegetable Stock
  • 20 g soy sauce
  • 1 package noodles, Eg Hokkein or Singapore1
  • 1/2 piece ginger, Eg 1/2 nob

Optional toppings

  • 100 g cooked chicken
  • 1 carrot
  • 50 g Dried Onions
  • 6
    Preparation 10min
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      TM 31
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Recipe's preparation

    Basic soup
  1. Place water, stock, soy sauce and ginger in Closed lid. Heat to boiling (8 mins, Varoma, Speed 2). Place noodles in TM basket and heat 2 mins 100 deg Speed 2. Carefully raise the basket using the spatula and separate noodles gently with a fork. Place noodles in two bowls then pour stock over the noodles to your liking. Stir in any extras of your choice, eg finely diced cooked chicken, then top with shallots, dried onions etc.



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 I created this recipe as I wanted to replace those store bought 2 Min Noodles which are full of preservatives and excess packaging, and provide a filling and healthy afternoon tea for teens. It's very simple and suits my family's' tastes plus I have these ingredients handy. You might like to use less salt (EDC stock), or be more creative eg use the Asian Stock recipe, add finely diced carrot at the start etc. The dried onions can be bought at Asian grocery stores; they add a great crunch to the soup. 

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  • Added1tbsp Mirin and shallots

    Submitted by CapsFam on 12. August 2014 - 16:10.

    Added1tbsp Mirin and shallots today as an alternative. Still delicious and filling. 

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