Singapore noodles

Singapore noodles

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Cooking time

Prep: 15 mins Cook: 30 mins Plus marinating

Skill level

Easy

Servings

Serves 4

A low-fat, low-calorie Asian stir-fry of pork and prawns, flavoured with teriyaki, madras and five-spice powder

Nutrition and extra info

Nutrition info

Nutrition per serving

kcalories
293
protein
27g
carbs
32g
fat
6g
saturates
1g
fibre
4g
sugar
7g
salt
1.7g

Ingredients

  • 3 tbsp teriyaki sauce
  • ½ tsp Chinese five-spice powder
  • 2 tsp medium Madras curry powder
  • 300g/11oz pork tenderloin, trimmed of any fat
  • 140g medium egg noodles
  • 1 tbsp sunflower oil
  • 2 x 300g packs fresh mixed stir-fry vegetables
  • 100g cooked prawns, thawed if frozen

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Method

  1. Mix the teriyaki sauce, five-spice and curry powders. Add half to the pork, turning to coat, and leave to marinate for 15 mins.
  2. Heat oven to 200C/180C fan/ gas 6. Remove pork from the marinade and put on a small baking tray lined with foil. Roast for 15-20 mins.
  3. Meanwhile, cook the noodles following pack instructions, but reduce the cooking time by 1 min. Refresh in cold water and drain very well.
  4. Transfer the pork to a chopping board and rest for 5 mins. Set a large non-stick frying pan or wok over a medium-high heat. Add the oil and stir-fry the veg for 3-4 mins. Cut the pork in half lengthways, then thinly slice. Tip into the pan, with the prawns, noodles and remaining marinade. Toss together for 2-3 mins until hot.

Recipe from Good Food magazine, April 2012

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food25's picture

i really love noodles to eat
wish to taste that singapore noodles

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menghong's picture

I am sorry but this is not Singapore noodles. Singapore noodles is called mee siam, it is made with rice vermicelli not egg noodles, no meat in the dish, just prawns . However, that does not mean this is not a delicious dish, just thought I should clarify. Enjoy.....

Mrs B's picture
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A very tasty dish, I made with a mild curry powder instead of madras and soy sauce instead of teriyaki.. It worked out fine and will be a firm favourite for a quick midweek meal.

bebe86's picture
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Delicious!!! Everyone loved it, will definetly be making again!

lucycarter95's picture
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This is absolutely the best recipe i've found for singapore noodles - there are a few just on this site but this is the nicest one (and one of the more simple ones). Super easy. I just chuck in whatever is left over in the fridge and it always goes down well!

kirstienic's picture
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Very tasty - roasting the pork gave a good flavour. Lots of veg - I had to cook it in 2 batches as it wouldn't all fit in my wok until it had cooked down a bit (and I don't think my wok's particularly small!), but this was not a big issue.

lacath's picture
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Absolutely fabulous !
I made my teriyaki sauce myself since I didn't have any (1 tbsp sugar, 3 tbsp soy sauce, 3 tbsp mirin style seasonning, bring to the boil till the sugar is melted then simmer as low as possible 4-5 min and that's it.)
I used fresh vegs since my fridge was full of little bits of this and that (asparagus, shiitake, courgette, yellow squash, carrot, spring onion).
The result was delicious although there was not enough salt. We had to add what was left of my teriyaki sauce, without the spices of course... I guess my homemade sauce was less salty than the store-bought sauce, and maybe I used more vegs than the 600g required.

bethocallaghan's picture
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very good, just used soy sauce in the marinade instead of teriyaki.

technoterri's picture

Inspired by this recipe, used soy sauce and basmarti vinegar for the marinade base for 3 slices of bacon and used mussels with prawns. The marinade set the taste and was voted delicious by my wife and myself.

rachsweets's picture

Really lovely recipe - if you don't have teriyaki sauce, you can use 2 parts soy sauce with one part rice vinegar (which is what I did) and I just stir fried the lock instead of pre-cooking in the oven and it still tasted lovely. Will def be making again :-)

messyjessie86's picture
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Delicious! Especially the pork - lovely flavours in the marinade.

cakeonthehill's picture
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Made it with Salmon instead of Pork and it was delicious!

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