Noodle Dishes to Fill Up a Plate With

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They’re hearty, they’re endlessly customizable and all in all pretty easy to make. These are the noodle dishes we simply must insist you make as soon as possible. 

If you get a large batch of noodles and cook these following noodle dishes, we guarantee you won’t get bored. There are so many options and sauces and other ingredients you can put to good use. If you’re cooking with rice noodles, then maybe you need to read these useful tips first!

7 noodle dishes you should try and cook!

1. Spicy shrimp noodles

If you have some shrimp at home, a spicy noodle stir-fry is surely an idea to follow for dinner. Add lots of garlic, ginger, veggies, and cook everything together in a wok to help release and combine those wonderful flavors.

2. Beef, mushrooms and peas noodles

Looking for a quick recipe to fight hunger tonight? How about a savory bowl of noodles, veggies, and beef. Flavored with lots of authentic Asian ingredients like sesame oil, soy sauce, hoisin sauce, and ginger, these noodles are a cheap way to travel to Asia by mind.

3. Broccoli noodles with beans and parmesan

Is spiralizing the new thing in people’s kitchens? Try and see if you like it. If you don’t have a spiralizer you can use a vegetable peeler or a knife to slice the veggies. We have made some broccoli noodles, and we’ve paired them with some white beans, and then flavored them with parmesan, lemon, and pine nuts. It’s an interesting dish, one we invite you to try as soon as possible.

4. Bacon and veggie noodles

You won’t spend much time in the kitchen with this noodle dish, but the result will be all the more delicious. Pan-cook the ginger-flavored water-soaked noodles and fried bacon with wood ear mushrooms, broccoli, and red cabbage and you’ll see for yourself. Pretty simple, very nutritious, and so delicious.

5. Sesame shrimp with rice noodles

The crunchy texture of sesame shrimp pairs so well with the rice noodles topped with tomato and honey sauce. Garlic, sesame seeds, and five-spice powder go sing their own special flavor. So, if you are jonesing for an Asian-inspired dish, pull up a chair, because you’re definitely invited to the table.

6. Ginger beef with noodles

We all love Asian food because it’s tasty, spicy, and fast to cook! And the recipe below perfectly sums up all these qualities! In under 30 minutes, dinner is served and it is a delight!

7. Chicken with rice noodles and peanuts

Want something fast, full of flavor, but not too much of an effort? In this case, this recipe is just the thing for you. You just need to stir-fry some chicken thighs with onion and garam masala. Add some rice noodles and peanuts alongside the chicken, flavor everything with soy sauce and you can spend the rest of the evening having fun out of the kitchen!

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