I'm still in (sort of) sunny Devon, so after a hella long cliff walk yesterday I really needed something deliciously carb-filled, yet still nutritious for dinner. This recipe was the end result. This is a great meal for using up leftovers, as nearly any vegetables can be thrown in to add flavour or alter the nutritional benefits of the dish.
Ingredients (makes 2 servings):
1/2 medium red onion
1 garlic clove
1/3 yellow bell pepper
25g bean sprouts
85g noodles (any kind)
8 slices cucumber
5 cherry tomatoes
2 spring onions
Ground black pepper
Stir fry sauce of your choice (I used one Tesco's chicken chow mein one)
Pre-cooked chicken chunks
1.) Peel and chop the onion, spring onion and garlic.
2.) Slice the cucumber, quarter it, and chop the pepper and tomatoes. Make sure any pepper seeds are removed unless you want the added heat from these in the dish.
3.) Heat some oil in a frying pan or wok.
4.) Add all of the chopped ingredients to the pan.
6.) Toss for four or five minutes until the vegetables have gone soft.
7.) Add your stir fry sauce. If you wish to add chicken, do so now
8.) Toss for another two minutes or so.
It is now ready to serve. Enjoy! What's your favourite go-to recipe with noodles?