Monday, May 17, 2010

PPN- Sauteed Flat Noodles

For Mother's Day, I decided to prepare sauteed flat noodles.
This recipe I learned from Nanay Cordia, mom's elder sister
who was a cook in our local hospital in Iligan City. She has
been a second mother to me and my sister. So this is also my
tribute to her.


















Sauteed Flat Noodles

250gms flat noodles
1 medium size onion, sliced
3 cloves garlic, crushed
3 Tbsp fish sauce
3 cups chicken stock
1 cup carrots, sliced
100gms chicharo (snow peas)
250gms chicken breast (shredded or sliced)
salt and pepper to taste

Cook flat noodles according to package direction. Set aside.
Saute onions until caramelized and translucent. Add garlic
and fish sauce. Mix and add carrots. Season with salt and pepper.
Add chicken stock and bring to a boil. Add in chicharo
and flat noodles. Cook until sauce is well incorporated with
the noodles and chicharo turns bright green.
Remove from heat and serve.


Sending this recipe over to Susan,
The Well-Seasoned Cook
who is hosting PPN #164 and to all
pasta lovers of Presto Pasta Night.



Check out also my other Presto Pasta Night entries:



Ginisang Kalabasa at Miki
(sauteed squash with dried noodles)






Batchoy

9 comments:

Ruth Daniels said...

Nice to see you back at the Presto Pasta Night Roundup. Thanks for sharing this one with us and make your next visit soon ;-)

Belinda @zomppa said...

Lucky mom!

Chef Dennis said...

what a great recipe! thanks so much for sharing!

Girl Foodie said...

This looks so delicious and comforting. The noodles look lovely and thick. What are they made of? wheat flour and water?

Joy said...

I love the flat noodles. Your recipe looks really good. I like the use of the peas.

Susan said...

Flat noodles are lovely. I don't cook with them nearly enough outside of fettucine. Must make a special trip to my Asian grocer very soon - it's worth it. I can linger for hours in the noodle aisles. : }

Thanks, Ela, for your PPN recipe.

Claudia said...

I don't think I've seen those noodles, will have to look in the Asian section. Pasta with vegetables are such a good staple.

Magic of Spice said...

The pasta looks great, love the colors the vegetable add!

sheng said...

Wow, thanks for the comment te Ela. We wanted to say goodbye to you, dumaan kami Sunday night there sa hauz niyo eh pero wala pa ata kayo. Dumiretso na lang kami...Twas nice to be with you sa Olaer, zipline sa Lake Sebu, why not?!

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