We had this fried noodles for lunch on Sunday. The meal was whipped up in less than 30 minutes including the preparation of individual ingredients. It could be even faster if lesser ingredient is used. Thanks to the all-in-one fried noodles spices. The premix pack I used here is called “Singapore Noodles Spices”, a new product from Seah’s Spices.
For more information about Seah’s Spices and this new series of products, please refer to my Kung Pao Chicken post HERE.
|Seah's Singapore Noodles Spices|
This is the spices mix which consists of chili, cumin, liquorice root, ginger, sugar and salt.
I am sharing the simple steps of how this dish is created.
The fried noodles are infused with the aroma from the different spices used in the premix pack, something different from my day-to-day fried noodles. I am sure for those who like spices would like it.
The colour of the noodles looks red but in fact it is not hot, even my 2.5 years old son can take it. So if you like it spicier, you may add extra chili when frying or serve with chili sauce like what I did.
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(P/S: This is not a sponsored post. Only sample of the Singapore Noodles Spices is given free for review. )