It’s embarrassing to say how late in life I came to love noodles. Over the years I’ve seen how quick stir fry recipes are to make but it wasn’t until recently that I started experimenting with them. There’s so much you can do to change the flavours, you really have a blank canvas to work with. You’re only limited by your spice rack!
Ingredients for 1 serving
|460g||raw king prawns|
|1||garlic clove, chopped or crushed|
|67g||babycorn, cut in half|
|1-2||chilli, sliced, seeds or no seeds up to you!|
|1-2 tsp||mild curry powder|
|76g||dried rice noodles|
|1||lime, juice only|
|74g||sugar snap peas|
|23ml||sweet chilli sauce|
(Example ingredient amounts given, adjust accordingly to your requirements)
- Bring a pan of water to the boil.
- Add your noodles and cook them according to the manufacturers instructions.
- When cooked, add some cold water to the pan to stop them from over cooking, drain and set them to one side.
- Put a large frying pan onto a medium heat with the coconut oil, onions, chillies, garlic and prawns.
- Stir fry for a minute and add half of the curry powder to the pan.
- Give everything a good stir.
- Add the vegetables along with 20ml of water.
- Give everything a good stir and put a lid on for 2 minutes to cook/wilt the vegetables.
- After 2 minutes, take the lid off and check the prawns are cooked (they will be pink and firm).
- Add the remaining curry powder and mix before adding the cooked noodles to the pan.
- Give all the ingredients a good stir to incorporate the noodles, add the lime juice and plate up.
- Before you dig in, don’t forget to add the sweet chilli sauce.
Hope it’s not too hot for you!
- For those on 2018 BC plans, baby corn has been approved for used in place of carrots.
- For those on 2018 BC plans, sweet chilli sauce is a swap for other side sauces provided you choose one with equivalent macros.
- For anyone following older BC plans, king prawns have been used instead of chicken.
- For anyone following older BC plans, baby corn has been approved for use in place of courgettes.
- Chinese cabbage/leaf works really well instead of broccoli.