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Noodles With Mushrooms and Mangetouts

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Introduction

This is as simple a stir-fry as you could get, but – in my book – all the better for it. And, of course, you can build on as you wish. While it’s wonderful as is for a side, do add more mushrooms and mangetouts if you need it to be a main. Or, indeed, add prawns, chicken, or whatever else you like.

I have a couple of notes, before I let you get on and cook. First, if you’re unsure how mild the chillies you have actually are, maybe use two rather than the four stipulated below. Finally, yes, the portions are generous here, but it is so very good cold the next day, tossed with perhaps a few more drops of sesame oil and soy and some sesame seeds.

For US cup measures, use the toggle at the top of the ingredients list.

This is as simple a stir-fry as you could get, but – in my book – all the better for it. And, of course, you can build on as you wish. While it’s wonderful as is for a side, do add more mushrooms and mangetouts if you need it to be a main. Or, indeed, add prawns, chicken, or whatever else you like.

I have a couple of notes, before I let you get on and cook. First, if you’re unsure how mild the chillies you have actually are, maybe use two rather than the four stipulated below. Finally, yes, the portions are generous here, but it is so very good cold the next day, tossed with perhaps a few more drops of sesame oil and soy and some sesame seeds.

For US cup measures, use the toggle at the top of the ingredients list.

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