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Fried Noodles

Fried Noodles

I love them so much, I could eat these Fried Noodles every day. They don’t only look good but they also taste really good too. I often had this beautiful dish in Bali for my breakfast – I’ve never had noodles before in the morning but now I absolutely love this dish –  it sets you up for the day and fills you up until dinner time!

I learned many dishes in Bali in the beautiful villa where we stayed –  I was lucky to have such a talented cook teaching me how to make lovely new dishes. The Balinese have good cuisine skills and they are talented people who are very kind, well they certainly were to me and my family. I could never thank them enough for their kindness.

I never knew how easy cooking can be when you know what to add, I was always told not to fry garlic or you will have a bitter taste, well apparently not in this recipe – this is exactly what you do. I know all cooking it’s not the same.These noodles are so easy to cook and they absorb any flavour you put into them. There are lots of types of noodles in the stores these days and so it’s very easy to get hold of them.

These are my favourite type of noodles:

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Fried Noodles
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Course side dishes
Cuisine Indonesian
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 30 minutes
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Course side dishes
Cuisine Indonesian
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 30 minutes
Servings
portions
Ingredients
Votes: 1
Rating: 5
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Instructions
  1. In a saucepan, add the water and bring to the boil. Then add the salt and the noodles, add a little oil and boil for about 5 mins, then turn off the heat.
  2. Drain the water from the noodles, then run under cold tap water to stop them from continuing to cook drain then set aside.
  3. On a medium heat in a wok or heavy frying pan, heat up the oil then add the onions and the garlic and toss for 5 mins then add the chicken and keep mixing for another 5 mins.
  4. Now add the collard greens or kale. (use the stalks first, so they cook first) then add the rest of the leaves and toss.
  5. Now combine the noodles and the rest of ingredients and toss for about 5 mins. Your dish is now ready to be served (either as a side dish or for breakfast). Enjoy.
Recipe Notes

In Bali they eat this dish for breakfast yummy,  but you can add it as a side dish if you wish.

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