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Prawn Stir Fry Noodles

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This is the only recipe I have written down in what was supposed to be a Recipe Books

I should do with others, cos following recipes is much easier for me.

And cooking can be very hard under a Narco-spell. Lose concentration and food can become kaka.

And one this one is relatively easy - and safe - and my Chinese flatmate loves it whenever I cook for us.

Prawn Stir Fry Noodles

Initial Preparation

On a Bowl - the Prawns

Marinade approx 150g of King Size Raw Prawns with very little:

- chopped garlic

- chopped chillies - generous amount if dish is to be spicy

- Lemon Thyme

for a minimum of 2 hours

On a Saucer - the Chopped mix

Mix a handful of chopped:

- garlic

- ginger

- chillies

On a Tall Glass - the Sauce

Mix the following:

- 1/8 Thai Fish Sauce

- 1/8 Soy Sauce

- 1/2 Squeezed Lime

- A tiny bit of 5-spice

- 1/2 handful of chopped fresh coriander

- A stem of lemon grass (optional)

- Top the rest of with mineral water

On a Pasta Sieve - the Noodles

Boil just for the purpose of separating the threads

3 Amoy Straight to Wok Fine Thread Noodle

with a dash of Toasted Sesame Seed Oil

then drain.

On a Bigger Bowl - the Veggies

- Chop 3 Spring Onions

- 1/2 Green Pepper

- 1/4 Courgette

- Break 1/4 Brocolli into floweretes

- 6 Mange-touts

- 6 diced mushrooms

- 6 diced baby-corns

- Optional: A handful of bamboo-shoots not the tinned variety

- Optional: any other stir-fry veggies you want to add


On a Wok

Add a very generous amount of Sunflower oil and heat it to maximum

- Add the the Saucer Mix: Chopped Ginger/Garlic/Chillies and fry that for about 30 seconds or until

almost toasting

- Add the Veggies and the Prawns together and stir-fry those for about 3 minutes or until

all prawns are pink in colour

- Then add the Sauce followed by the Noodles on top but try and not mix both.

Tuck and mix everything from below instead.

Do that for about 2 minutes or so. Or Leave it for less if you want the veggies very crunchy.

The End

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