Singapore noodles 

Hey all. Well here’s another gorgeous recipe for you!!! I’ve been missing Chinese now the syns are so high so rather than a take we did a fakeaway!! We had ours with a side serving of pak choi and spring onions with garlic, ginger, chilli and soy sauce.
Enjoy xxx

Singapore Noodles

Here is a recipe from October’s Slimming World magazine that I’ve decided to put on here for ease of access. I decided to add some chicken and prawns, as well as the recommended pork, in order to make the dish more like one you’d get from the takeaway!

Serves 2
Extra Easy
2 Sharwoods dried egg noodle nests

2 lean pork loins, fat removed and sliced into strips (we didn’t add pork) 

2 chicken breast, cut into chunks 

Handful of King Prawns 

1 onion, sliced

1 red pepper, sliced

Handful of mangetout, sliced 

Small bunch of Spring Onions, diced

100g beansprouts

2 garlic cloves, finely chopped

1 tsp Ginger, finely chopped

1 red chilli, finely chopped

1 tbsp mild curry powder

1 tsp tumeric

1 tbsp Sweet Chilli sauce (syns range from 0.5 to 1.5 depending on the brand) 

3 tbsps Soy sauce

2 eggs, beaten (optional, we left out) 


1. Cook the noodles according to the packet instructions.

2. Stirfry the pork and chicken in a wok sprayed with frylight until cooked through, and remove from the pan.

3. Respray the wok with frylight and stirfry the onion, red pepper, mangetout and spring onions until softened. 

4. Add the garlic, chilli and ginger and fry for 1 minute.

5. Add the curry powder and tumeric and stirfry for a further minute.

6. Add the pork, chicken, prawns, beansprouts, noodles and 2 tbsps water to the wok and mix through. Then add the chilli sauce and soy sauce and stirfry for 1 minute.

7. Push the mixture to one side and pour in the eggs. Stir them continuously until they are scrambled and cooked through, then combine with the noodles.



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