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Teriyaki chicken noodle


Teriyaki chicken noodle is another all-in-one comfort meal which I served for dinner recently.  I'm always game for an easy and quick meal.  Simple, yet wholesome.........
  










These noodles were indeed tasty and fragrant with the add-on lightly toasted sesame seeds.

Recipe for Teriyaki chicken noodles

Ingredients
  • 20 gm chicken breast, cut into strips
  • 3 servings of fresh wonton noodles
  • 1 carrot, cut into strips
  • 2 Tbsp lightly toasted sesame seeds
  • Spring onions for garnishing
  • 1 tsp cornflour + 1 Tbsp water to thicken
Seasoning for the chicken 
  • 1/2  Tbsp Teriyaki honey and soy sauce
  • 1/4 tsp salt
  • 1/2 tsp sugar and light soya sauce
  • a dash of pepper
Preparation
  1. Marinate the chicken strips with the above seasoning for an hour.
  2. Heat some oil in a wok, stir-fry the chicken meat for a few mins. till just cooked, add in the carrot strips, stir-fry.  Add in 1/2 cup water, dark soya sauce, sugar, salt to taste and cornflour thickening.  Keep aside.
  3. Cook the noodles in  boiling water, keep stirring, for about 3 to 4 mins.  Drain, rinse under running water tap water, return noodles to the pot and cook, stirring, for 2 mins.  Strain.
  4. Transfer the noodles to the pan of chicken meat, mix well on low flame.  Add in the sesame seeds, tossing up to coat, turn off heat.
  5. Dish out onto serving bowls, garnish with chopped spring onions.
  6. Serve immediately

Comments

  1. i can easily finish this off for you. Is teriyaki honey same as the normal teriyaki sauce?

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  2. Lena
    The label says teriyaki honey, so I suppose it's normal teriyaki plus some honey in it. Got this from Jusco, the sushi section.

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  3. Cheah, I love how you prepared this Teriyaki chicken noodle,so comforting and delicious one dish meal. I don't mind to have this everyday :D

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  4. wahhh..not bad, Cheah.. my girl will love this.. so easy to make too!

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  5. Ann
    Thank you. Noodles are indeed comforting food and one can't get bored with them.

    Claire
    Yes, simple to make and yummy too!

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  6. I love quick and easy meals too and this looks simple yet delicious.

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  7. This looks so refreshing, no sticky wok to clean too!

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  8. Biren
    Yes, I totally agree with you.

    Jeannie
    Yes, the less cleaning up, the better.

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  9. Your noodles looks delicious! I love teriyaki sauce! My favourite is Teriyaki Garlic, will have to try the one with honey! Thanks for sharing!

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  10. Whoa, this noodle looks so delicious. The flavour is very interesting too.
    Kristy

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  11. Kristy
    Yes, it's flavourful yet simple.

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  12. Quick and easy is definitely the type of meal I like to cook. And eat :)

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  13. Sounds delicious! Patsy Baird Taylor

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