Who doesn’t love noodles? Is there anyone who doesn’t love noodles? Noodles are an Asian staple food, even if they seem to have Arabic origins.
There are a million recipes for preparing noodles, but the best is to combine them with chicken and a mix of vegetables.
Despite their resemblance with Italian pasta, noodles haven’t a lot in common with it, especially for their cooking method (see below).
Here’s our recipe (but we can’t wait to hear your suggestions too).*
Wear your best apron and follow us in the kitchen!
* For two
What you need
Noodles (150/200 gr.)
Purple carrots (2)
Fennel (100 gr.)
Chicken breast (100 gr.)
White onion (25 gr.)
A clove of garlic
Cut the white onion in tiny pieces, crush the clove of garlic and cook them with olive oil under a low flame on a wok for about 2 minutes. Add the topinambur in little cubes. Cut the purple carrots and the fennel and put them in the wok with the other ingredients. Add paprika and hot pepper and let it cook for about 10 minutes. Cut the chicken breast in tiny little pieces and let it cook with the vegetables for 25/30 minutes under a low flame. The last 5 minutes add the raisin and the soy sauce.
In the meantime, cook the noodles in salted boiled water for 4 minutes (remember to remove the pot from the flame when you put the noodles in the water or they’ll melt).
Drip the noodles with a big fork and put them in the wok with the vegetables under a medium flame for 2 minutes.
What do you think? Let us know in the comments below!
Ph. and handwriting, Sara Ottavia Carolei