Shuga' Mommas

Shuga Mommas: Honey Soy Noodles

So, it’s my turn to share a recipe…and we all know that Mandy is the natural cook, not I.  :)  But here I find myself and I am excited to share another favorite from my handy little 4 Ingredients cook book.

Just last week we had a Graduate Wife dinner out at a local spot called Noodle Nation.  It  was so much fun and it also got me in the mood for noodles.  At the dinner a few of us talked a good bit about shopping on a budget (Mayra, I am awaiting your blog post with your tips!).  So in light of those two things, and the fact that the last 3 things Mandy has posted have been dessert items :), I thought I’d share this super easy, inexpensive, and delicious noodle dish.  If I can wow my family with it, trust me you can as well.  It costs a bit to buy the sesame oil and the manuka honey up front, but the recipe only calls for a small amount of each, so it pays off in the end with the many makings it offers. Enjoy! -M.C.

Honey Soy Noodles

  • 500 g pkt Hokkien noodles (or you can use the precooked egg noodle packs)
  • 1 tbs. sesame oil
  • 2 tbs. tamari soy sauce
  • 2 tbs. manuka honey
Soften noodles in a bowl billwed with hot water, drain an set aside.  Combine oil, soy sacue and honey togethger.  Heat a wok (or large pan) to medium temperature and add liquid mixture, quickly add noodles and stir continuously for about 3 minutes.
{I usually add chicken or tofu to ours and any random veggies I can find.  I have made it with spinach once and another time threw in some frozen broccoli.  I also double the liquid mixture.}

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