5 Quick Fix Noodle Recipes

Get ready to turn the heat up on your wok and stir fry away!

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5 Quick Fix Noodle Recipes

The most common problem one faces when making noodles at home is that the noodles stick together. The solution to this is to boil the noodles in plenty of salted water drain them when ‘al dante’ (never overcook them) and drizzle some oil on it. Keep it aside to cool or use instantly. Once you have made the noodles and prepped the other ingredients.  Get ready to turn the heat up on your wok and stir fry away! Take a look at this delicious variation of noodle recipes to get started.

Hakka Noodles 

This simple hakka noodle recipe can be used as a base for a ton of other noodle recipe. Perfect this recipe and then experiment with flavour combinations. You could try adding schezwan sauce, burnt garlic chips or even crispy noodles for more texture – the world is your oyster!

Seafood Phad Thai

Delicious flat noodles, an assortment of seafood and veggies, a splash of delicious sauces and crunchy peanuts to top it all off – a phad thai makes the perfect one pot meal for any party or gathering, especially one on a cold rainy day.

Singapore Noodle Rice

One days when you can’t pick between eating fried rice and noodles of have just run out of noodles – this Singapore noodle rice recipe comes in handy. A delicious mix of noodles and fried rice – this one has indo chinese sauces for flavour and a generous sprinkling of bean sprouts which add plenty of crunch and nutrition too!

Burnt Garlic Noodles

Garlic is generously used in Chinese food, but if you want to take your love for this pungent, flavourful aromatic to another level – you must try this burnt garlic fried rice recipe as soon as possible. The simple stir fry is made with basic ingredients, but what makes it stand out is the rustic flavour of burnt garlic chips. 

Cantonese Style Vegetable Chowmien

This one is a recipe everybody will love. A crisp pan fried noodle nest topped with a flavourful chinese style gravy, crunchy veggies. This one is the addition of soya chunks which are perfect to absorb the flavours of the gravy and a great contrast to the crisp noodles.