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yvonne7495

  2 months ago

Noodles

There was a time i hated noodles but i have realised it was because of the nasties in artificial sauces and flavours and not the noodles themselves. Since my filling fell out i am choosing softer foods and noodles are one of the snacky things and mealtime things i am eating. I dont care if they are flavoured or not as long as it is fairly natural however i will buy bog standard 22 p noodles and splash sweet chilli sauce on them myself.
This week i am upgrading tom fresh ginger and garlic noodles from Morrisons which will be great with mushrooms and remains of today's chicken. My husband says he hates noodles but he eats them in a very diverse stir fry. It is me who dislikes savoury rices and pasta but likewise i will tolerate tehm in a mixture.
I have heard of crispy noodles too but no idea how you get them crispy..same problem with bacon lol. Perhaps you need a deep fryer which i dont yet have? Perhaps that is my next voucher project.
At bedtime i often get the munchies and trying to avoid bloating out with bread and butter so noodles it is and a little sweet chilli.
Do you cook or buy noodles ?
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rosemary-charles

  2 months ago
I dont like them at all hun Reply
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Mark_W

  2 months ago
I can’t stand them! Reply
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survay12

  2 months ago
Hi Yvonne. For crispy bacon you need thinly sliced streaky bacon because it is the fat that gets crisp. You need either none, or very little oil, or a spray oil, in a frying pan, but need to get the pan literally “smoking hot”. Then put bacon in, and mind fingers. Ensure bacon rashers do not overlap. Each needs to be separate to get them to really crisp up. Turn over after a few minutes (the bacon, not you !) and do the same the other side. As for noodles, haven’t a clue ! Reply
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Chris563

  2 months ago
I don’t buy noodles at all. Reply
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trevjohn

  2 months ago
Used to get Asda smart price packets for 9p ea., then they stopped selling them, meaning >=2x price hike per quantity of same in a more colourful packet, so have not bought any since. They had been perfectly good. I boycott price inflation of that sort :). Reply
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SimonGUK

  2 months ago
I am quite fond of noodles (and pasta) but have to limit the cheaper, pre-flavoured versions due to the high salt content. They are an excellent cupboard staple and do well as a snack or in a main meal.
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Crispy noodles are deep oil fried but traditionally in a wok rather than a deep fat fryer. Obviously it'd be safer in the fryer in the home setting, although ,presumably, they could be cooked in an air fryer too?
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spartan3002

  2 months ago
About once a fortnight Yvonne , usually in a stir-fry . Reply
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tandle2

  2 months ago
I use them in stir-fry and soup and I also cook them until soft then deep fry them to use as a cripy garnish for other meals or as a snack.;-) Reply
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Minnie1956

  2 months ago
I quite often use noodles in a stir-fry, especially chilli noodles. Reply
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Meryl10

  2 months ago
No, can't say I do, when I make my own home made Chinese stir fry I use quick cook spaghetti, it's a bit firmer (but still soft) and absorbs the flavours wonderfully. Reply
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