Stir fried prawns with rice noodles

April 26, 2007 at 11:58 am Leave a comment

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Super easy, super tasty.

Ingredients:

~100g raw peeled king prawns, deveined (approx 7 prawns)
~1 cup medium thickness rice noodles, cooked till al dente (as per instructions on pack)
~1/2 green capsicum (bell pepper), sliced
~1/2 red capsicum (bell pepper), sliced
~2 spring onions, sliced into lengths
~1 cup bean shoots
~1 tablespoon soy sauce
~1 teaspoon fish sauce
~1 teaspoon raw sugar
~fresh coriander and sliced green chili to serve

Method:

Stir fry the prawns for exactly 2 mins and not more. Remove from heat. Stir fry the veges for approximately 2 mins. Remove from heat.

To the wok, add the sauces and sugar and bring to the boil on medium heat. Add the rice noodles. Using two forks, stir fry the noodles, drawing apart noodle strands to seperate. Add veges and prawns and continue to stir fry, incorporating noodles with veges and prawns.

Transfer to a bowl to serve and top with a few sprigs of fresh coriander and chopped fresh green chilli.

This dish is as simple and easy as it sounds, and it’s delicious to boot!

Serve with a nice, dry red or a soft white wine. Dish serves 1 as a main course; 2 as a starter. Calories per main course serve: approximately 300. Decrease the calories in this dish by omitting the prawns (it would still be delicious) or using shiritake noodles instead of rice stick.

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