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Stir-fried Egg Noodles

Stir-fried Egg Noodles

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Although it’s only in recent years that I started to cook regularly, my interest in cooking goes back a long time ago. When I was in school, stir-fried egg noodles (炒雞蛋面) was one of the few dishes which I experimented and cooked ever so rarely (but always to good reviews) for the family.

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It’s really easy and helps you to clear your fridge of all kinds of leftovers. Cooking and eating this again is really nostalgic.

Stir-fried Egg Noodles

44 comments on “Stir-fried Egg Noodles”

  1. me first me first.. hikss I haven’t had my lunch yet

  2. i love noodles, i would have to double this as I could eat a whole portion myself :? , great recipe-great pics


  3. Looks fantastic! Stir fried noodles are a good time.

  4. I like this if I could only find cheese sausage :up:

  5. Cute teacup NC. I love how you inject a bit of humor into every post.
    And your Stir-Fried Noodles would be embraced by Thumper, as well as the rest of us.

  6. This dish looks absolutely delicious. I love the lighting in all of your photos.

    • Thanks! I was really lucky that it was bright and the lighting was just nice when I took the photos of this dish :-)

  7. Yummie, I love stir fried noddles…specially the egg ones…yours look absolutely delicious :-)

  8. YUM! What a fun, colorful dish and as always your dishware/accessories compliment the meal. The mug accents all the veggie colors perfectly. :D Yay for noodles!

  9. I never like to cook when I was in school but definitely prefer cooking to sewing in Home Econs class:O

    • Oh yes, I sux at sewing. I even use staples once to bind the seams and finally begged my mum to do my sewing homework for me :|

  10. I will certainly look out for these noodles – have never tried them – almost always use ‘mee-hoon’ for fried noodles.

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