Category Archive: Noodle Dishes


Soft Flat Rice Sheet Noodles in Clear Stock

Fresh Soft Kuey Teow Soup with Soy Chicken

This dish tastes so Tasty & Delicious and suitable for a light lunch. Boil up a simple stock base soup, eg. from chicken bones or anchovies. In the clear soup or stock, you add in some Fresh Flat-Rice Sheet Noodles that you can buy from the Grocery shops! They come in a big slab and …

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Singapore Noodles with Soy Gluten and Tofu.

Vegetarian Singapore Noodles.

Singapore noodles are made from wheat flour and edible food yellow colour has been added to it to make it more appetising and brighter in colour! Asians mostly like their food to be Bright and as Colourful as can be! They enjoy Life in Eating and Love Life to be as Colourful as well, not …

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Organic Udon with Shiitake mushrooms and Seaweed

Organic Udon, Shitake' Mushrooms and Roasted Kelp

Let’s cook and enjoy a quick Healthy Oriental lunch within a few minutes!!! All you need are 5 cups water put to boil, adding 1 teaspoon high mushroom powder (opt.). Add in Roasted Kelp knots. These can be presoaked first to soften a little to speed up cooking time, otherwise boil until this is tender. …

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Prawn Soup with Eggs, Veg., and Mung Bean Vermicelli

Seafood Soup with Eggs, Veg. and Vermicelli

Seafood Soup with Eggs, Veg. and Vermicelli Chinese green leafy vegetable (Tang Choy) Mung bean vermicelli soaked in water (5-10mins) Ingredients:- 1/2 cup soaked, drained and slightly pounded dried prawns 1 serve Mung Bean Vermicelli(noodles). soaked 5-6 slices of fresh ginger 1 clove finely chopped garlic 1 tablespoon Extra Virgin Olive Oil 4 teacups water …

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Simple flat rice-sheet noodles

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What’s this? This is just a very simple stir fry of a particular flat rice noodles. I have just used 2 cloves chopped garlic and 1 thinly sliced Spanish onion. Shredded 5 leaves of Chinese cabbage very thinly and did the same to half a bunch of Kale. Had previously presoaked a handful of dried …

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