We have a simple Malaysian noodle recipe, you can make it healthier by adding more vegetables like zucchini and carrots and using whole wheat noodles. Cashews add a great crunch and basil add the freshness to Malaysian noodles recipe. This dish is a hit with kids and adults alike!
Prep Time Cook Time Serves
15 mins 30 mins 1-2 Persons
- 25 gm cashew
- 2-3 springs onion( chopped)
- ½ each bell peppers(3 colours) julienned
- 1/2 cup cut and precooked broccoli
- 2 cup precooked noodles
- 2 tsp OrientAsian Malaysian Curry Paste
- 5-6 thai basil (chopped)
- 1 tbsp oil
- Salt to taste
- In a pan heat 1 tbsp oil and fry all the cashew till golden brown.
- Take cashews off the pan and in the same oil add the chopped spring onions.
- After a couple of minutes add 2 tsp of OrientAsian Malaysian Curry Paste.
- Now add 1 cup coconut milk and after mixing it well take it off heat.
- Now add the precooked noodles and give it a good stir.
- Add the chopped basil and the entire fried cashew and serve hot!
You can make the fried rice variation by simply replacing noodles with cooked rice in this Malaysian noodles recipe; do cut the veggies a little more fine for the rice version.Adding a sunny-side up or fried egg will add to the flavour as well as the protein quotient will increase.
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