Friday, February 22, 2008

The lazy stirfry

This is a super stirfry for lazy or busy people. Its very quick and easy and requires little cooking ability.


a type of meat or tofu.
whatever stir-fry-ish veggies you have e.g carrots, onions, capsicums, shitake mushrooms!
Noodles or rice.
Sweet chilli sauce
Soy sauce
pepper/salt to taste

First fry up your meat, then the onions. Have your rice either cooked or the water boiling for the noodles. Add the rest of the veggies. You dont need a wok. sure they help. but a big frying pan or pot will do the trick. When all is cooked add perhaps 3-4tbs os sweet chilli sauce and 1 tbs of soy sauce. add pepper and salt to taste. Stir thru the meat n vegs. and serve on a bed of rice/noodles.
yeah i dont bother to julienne carrots.. its a lazy stirfry recipe!
We love the Hakubaku noodle range. Particularly the soba (buckwheat) In australia find it in the asian section in both Coles and Wooloworths $2.40-ish one packet does 3 meals for 2-3 people.


maria said...

I'm sure your readers will appreciate a quick and easy meal idea like this.. it looks yum! Did you use chicken here in the photo's?

It's very similar to what I do.. except I will add a big dollop of oyster sauce.. and some drops of sesame oil.. and never salt and pepper either.. I guess I use the soy for salt and any chilli for heat... but maybe I can try pepper next time too? I love pepper.

I just have a giant fry pan from Safeway..and no Wok either and I sometimes get the Hakubaku noodles too. I love the soba! Soba noodles are great for cold noodle recipes.. Like when making rice paper rolls.. which I've only done once btw!

I'd like to see that Naan bread you make sometimes! With a curry! :-)

Anonymous said...

ive had those hakubaku noodles...they say they're number 1 in japan but ive never actually seen them for sale in japan