Top Rated Singapore Noodle Recipes

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sanjayndalal@gmail.com (Tarla Dalal)
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Purdy Good Cook
This is definitely comfort food. Curried noodles, with tender chicken pieces, shrimp, and crunch red pepper. We make this often when we have company, and everyone always enjoys it. I always double or triple the recipe.
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currybunny
Different from others posted - this is for the Zaar World Tour from Australian Women's Weekly cookbook.
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Swan Valley Tammi
Adapted from Company's Coming Pasta cookbook. One of our favourites, it can be hot, hot, HOT, or just toasty warm, depending on the amount of spice you want to use. Since my daughters were born, I've actually completely omitted the red pepper and it's still delicious. You can also adjust the servings by the amount of pasta you use. Another thing you may want to adjust is the amount of sauce. This dish isn't particularly moist, so I often add extra oyster sauce and/or plum sauce at the table. Then just add egg rolls and Japanese Coleslaw or a sweet salad and you've got a perfect meal for entertaining that's simple and quick enough for anytime.
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Poutine
From Chatelaine magazine
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Ranikabani
A quick, easy, versatile recipe. Use spaghettini noodles or vermicilli but not rice noodles. I use the Oxo chicken soup base packets for this recipe.
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I'mPat
I love noodles but usually avoid as they tend to spike my blood sugars but I'm saving this one to try as hoping all those vegies will counteract that problem. From Australian BH&G Diabetic Living. Personally though I think I would halve the broccoli and sub cauliflower for the other half.
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duonyte
My local Chinese restaurant makes a wonderful version and this recipe, from "Stir-Frying to the Sky;s Edge" by Grace Young, is the closest to it that I have found. The barbecued Chinese pork can be found in Chinese markets, but I make my own, Recipe #269360 . I do not use the bell pepper and use perhaps half the scallions. While it's best hot out of the wok, I happily munch it stone-cold.
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Saguaro
Like all stir fried dishes, make sure you have all your ingredients prepped and ready to go before you start cooking. This version is a bit spicier than others I've had. Adapted from Fine Cooking magazine.
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911spatcher
I found this recipe in a Google search. It looks easier than some of the others listed, so I thought I would post it.
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Terese
Enjoy - Courtesy of Woman's Weekly. You can also add any type of vegetables such as broccoli, cauliflower, snowpeas, even garlic if you prefer.
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CooksWithClass
Chicken, noodles, mushrooms, and water chestnuts soak up a rich peanut butter sauce in this addictive dish.
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