4-65 Min10 Min15 MinEasyN/A Nutrition Per Serving (51g)calories 200Total Fat 4gcarbs 35gnet carbs 33gsugar 4gfiber 2gprotein 6gIngredientsInstructionsStart with boiling the noodles. Add in vegetables and bring it to boil, reduce heat. Cook until noodles are...
Noodles is a type of dish made from unleavened dough which is rolled flat and cut, stretched or extruded, into long strips or strings. Noodles can be refrigerated for short-term storage or dried and stored for future use. Noodles are usually cooked in boiling water, sometimes with cooking oil or salt added.
There’s a wide variety from various countries: Korean, Chinese, Japanese, Vietnam, Indonesia, Thailand, etc. Each will have their own touch of the local taste where it originates from. There’s something so warm and soothing about noodles. Maybe it reminds us of our childhood and also satisfies our cravings.
However, since instant noodles are generally unhealthy and have lots of sodium and few nutrients, it’s usually necessary to add veggies, eggs, sausages and other healthy ingredients to it. You also can’t eat instant noodles too often since it’s not that healthy.
But here, you have a reason to get excited with our healthy noodle recipes that go well with soups, stir fries, and many other dishes for the perfect speedy, midweek supper.
1-28 Min12 Min20 MinEasyN/A Nutrition Per Serving (22 oz)calories 239Total Fat 8.5gtotal carbs 35.7gdietary fiber 4.1gsugars 5.2gprotein 7.1gIngredientsInstructionsCook noodles according to package directions with the veggies and then drain. Add seasoning packet....