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Scallion And Ginger Noodles


Scallion or spring onion, and ginger are the two essential ingredients for Chinese cooking. These two seasonings are often paired together to create a balance taste and flavor, the scallion is the "Ying" and the ginger is the "Yang". So, I would like to share a simple "Ying and Yang" Scallion And Ginger Noodles recipe today. The humble noodles taste wonderful as it is; but, it's usually served with your preferred toppings, such as stewed meat, chicken, or an easy fried egg as shown on the pictures.

I have a little news to share too. Seasaltwithfood made the Babble's 2011 Top 100 Mom Bloggers list, together with many other talented mummy bloggers. Do check it out, just click the link over here or at the badge on the right side on my blog. Have fun!



Scallion And Ginger Noodles

Ingredients

400 – 450 g Dried Yellow Noodles, cooked as per manufacturer’s instructions
2 Tbsp Finely Chopped Ginger
2 Cloves Garlic, finely chopped
1 Bunch Scallions (about 10 stalks), thinly sliced
3 Tbsp Soy Sauce
½ tsp Sea Salt, or to taste
6 – 8 Tbsp Peanut Oil

Method

Heat the oil in a large pan or wok until smoking and remove from the heat. Add in the ginger, garlic, and scallions. Give the mixture a quick stir and toss in the noodles. Season the noodles with soy sauce and sea salt. Serve warm.

Serves 4

Comments

  1. Congrats Angie...you deserve to be in :) I love your blog and your are the most lovable Mom to your kids..with all the healthy and delicious homecooked food that you prepared for them :) Well done ! Momsie Angie :)

    Best Wishes,
    Elin

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  2. Ohh this is perfect for a weekend lunch. Nice and laid back.

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  3. Thanks for your Scallion And Ginger Noodles recipe. Very delicious, I like healthy and natural ingredients too, get yours at http://www.fourgreensteps.com/marketplace/Organic-Specialty-Foods/

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  4. way to go...well deserved recognition! love this recipe...looks easy for those in-a-hurry times.

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  5. Never know the yin and yang of scallions and ginger. Glad to learn something new! And congrats to being top 100! I just stumbled upon your blog today and will keep checking:)

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  6. @Elin: Ow, you are so sweet! Thanks for all the compliments. You are a great mom too :D

    @Joy: Yes, the noodles are perfect for a weekend lunch.

    @Dmarie: Thanks :-)

    @minneville: I guess we all learned something new everyday. Thanks for dropping by my blog and hope to hear from you again.

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  7. YUM! These look amazing, and the fried egg - drool!

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  8. This looks simply delicious! I just can't WAIT to try it!!!

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