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Easy Chinese Noodles Recipe

How To Make Easy Chinese Noodles RecipeHow To Make Easy Chinese Noodles Recipe.

We feel very lucky to be living in Australia. A very multicultural country which gives a huge impact in the culinary field. Untuk versi bahasa kunjungi Resep Mie Goreng ala Chinese Restaurant.

I used to think it was going to be hard finding herbs and spices for Indonesian cuisine. But I’m wrong, it turns out that I can find most of the ingredients at the Asian shop. Even though mostly frozen or in a bottle.

Anyhow, this chinese fried noodles recipe was inspired by the very diverse culinary experiences from china. Almost every restaurant that I visited has its own characteristics, their own style.
Different from Mie Goreng, Chinese Noodles use Chinese rice wine and taste less sweet than Mie Goreng.

Easy to make, quick and delicious. I hope you enjoy the recipe!

If you like spicy, add sliced fresh green chillies and mix with soy sauce

Easy Chinese Noodles Recipe
Serves: 4 - 6
  • 440 gr egg noodles, this time I use fresh egg noodles.
  • 500 gr boneless chicken, cut into small pieces
  • 5 cloves garlic, finely chopped
  • 5 tablespoons soy sauce
  • 2 tablespoons Chinese rice wine or can be replaced with 1½ tablespoons vinegar
  • 2 tbsp sesame oil
  • 150 gr snow peas (can be replaced with chickpeas), discard both ends
  • 4 spring onion, sliced
  • Salt and pepper to taste
  • 3 tablespoons cooking oil
Cooking Instructions:
  1. If using dried egg noodles, cook the noodles fist. Drain. Soak in cold water. Drain. Add a dash of cooking oil once drained, mix well. This process is to avoid the noodles sticking together.
  2. Put the chicken slices into a bowl.
  3. Add chopped garlic, soy sauce, Chinese rice wine and sesame oil. Mix well.
  4. Heat oil over high heat, add the chicken. Cook until chicken is completely cooked. Stir occasionally.
  5. Reduce the heat to medium.
  6. Add snow peas, stir briefly.
  7. Enter the noodles, stir slowly. Add salt and pepper to taste. Stir well. Taste.
  8. Chinese fried noodles Serve hot.


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4 thoughts on “Easy Chinese Noodles Recipe

  1. Trena Woodward

    Hi arie l have not enjoyed reading different recipes as l have enjoyed reading yours. I like cooking and l am a bit finicky of different ingredients. I think Perth is more cosmopolitan than England l have visited Perth a few years ago and I enjoyed my stay and l visited the food stalls and enjoyed every minute eating l think the food market was known as subiro market l may be wrong they even forced me to try kangaroo meat and it was quite tasty. The UK is still quite behind where oriental food is concern arie keep up your lovely and mouthwatering recipes so that I can enjoy reading and experimenting your recipes some of your recipes are similar to Singapore and that is where l originally come from and l miss the food so much so keep up the good work.

    1. ArieArie Post author

      Hi Trena, thank you so much for your kind words. It mean so much to me especially since I haven’t been writing on this blog for a while. Having little bub is amazingly take up lots of my time.
      Reading your beautiful comment making me excited about cooking and writing again!

      Yes, we are lucky that we can get nearly everything here :)

      Ah….I think you meant Subiaco market ! They’re closed down now and I’m not sure what they are planning with the building. Nowdays they’ve got Subiaco Farmers Market and only open every Saturday for short hours.

      I’m surprised that in UK still a bit hard to find oriental food ingredients. I thought UK is multicultural as well. I went there in 2008 for a short period of time and definitely enjoyed Bath very much.

      I’m glad that you enjoyed reading my recipes. All my recipes are what we have on our table basically. Often I write as I cook so I might missing section here and there as I got distracted with the cooking worried it might get burn :)

      Missing my mum’s home cooking is what make me create this blog. So I know how it feel missing certain food especially from your childhood.


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