Since I’ve already tried the Seah’s Spices Kung Po Chicken and Fried Rices (here), so this time I tried the Seah’s Spices Singapore Noodles Spices to fry with udon instead of yellow noodles as quick lunch. I think this is very suitable for working mum to whip up this quick and simple one dish meal for a small family of 3-4 in less than 20 minutes after a tired working day, or during the weekend.
This Seah’s Fried Noodles Spices has a mild taste of mee goreng and it is not very spicy. It is also up to you to add any ingredients like chicken, crab sticks, prawns or tomatoes to woo kids to enjoy this meal.
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Lastly I would like to thank Seah’s Spice for giving me the opportunity to try your new products.