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Seah's Spices ~ Fried Udon


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.


Seah's Spices ~ Fried Udon

     
    Ingredients:
     600g   Udon
     1 tbsp Garlic, chopped
     200g   Lean meat - shredded, season with little 
                 salt, pepper and dark soya sauce
     200g  Beijing Cabbage - shrededd
     half of red and green capsicum - shredded
     3        Eggs, beaten
     1/2 tbsp Dark soya sauce
     2 1/2 tbsp Seah Noodles Spices (I did not use 
                         the whole packet of the spices)


     Method:

  • Blanch udon in boiling water until separated and drain. Then blanch the shredded cabbage for 30 seconds and drain.
  • Preheat wok and add enough oil, drop in the beaten eggs and stir rapidly to break it up. Dish up and set aside.
  • Preheat wok, add 1 tbsp oil and fry garlic and red/green capsicums to aromatic, add in shredded pork and fry till cooked follow by shredded cabbage. Stir fry well and put in the udon and 1/2 tbsp dark soya sauce, toss well with the vegetables.
  • Sprinkle the Seah's noddles spices evenly and add little water to it if you find the udon is too dry,  stir fry for another 2-3 minutes over medium heat.
  • Turn off heat and stir in cooked eggs and serve hot on serving plate immediately.



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.


For more information on Seah's products, please like Seah's facebook page HERE.

Lastly I would like to thank Seah's Spice for giving me the opportunity to try your new products.

31 comments:

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  1. It looks super yummy! I like theidea of this for a quick lunch!

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    1. Thanks Lyndsey. This is indeed very simple and quick meal.

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  2. love this I need to have it for lunch stuck on boring sandwiches

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    1. Rebecca, can make this for your family. Sometime I prefer to have sandwiches more :D

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  3. udon是我很爱的面食,你的很诱惑咧:)

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    1. 我们来交换好吗?我喜欢你的可乐饼。

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  4. Ann,
    在市面上我好像看不到这些spices,你知道那里可以买到吗?

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    1. Cass,
      现在在在市面上还没得卖,我看快乐!

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    2. 哦,谢谢你,那我就在等等好了!

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  5. Looks delicious! Udon is my daughter's favorite noodle and she'd love this!

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  6. your udon must be full of nice aroma with this special spices.

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  7. ¸.•°✿⊱╮
    °✿ Olá, amiga!

    Muito bom e nutritivo.

    Bom domingo!
    Boa semana!
    Beijinhos do Brasil.°✿
    ♫•*¨*•.¸¸✿✿¸¸.•*¨*•♫

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  8. Eileen, Hundred Eighty DegreesNovember 4, 2012 at 7:25 PM

    This suits me: ) looks good.

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  9. I make fried udon pretty often! Its really delicious and good with all kinds of ingredients...this spice sounds good on the Udon.

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  10. Ann, my Quay Lo will welcome this anytime. He is an udon and spice lover. I am sure he will ask me to bookmark this recipe if he sees this.

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    1. hahaa... this is not very spicy must add extra chilli if your Quay Lo wants to eat this.

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  11. Hi Ann your plate of udon noodles look so delicious there! Weekend is my busiest time & I normally make either noodle or pasta for dinner if we don't buy take away! Thanks for the idea!

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    1. Jessie, I also quite lazy to cook during the weekend. Can order online or eat outside.

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  12. 好有卖相的一盘乌冬面。

    可惜,我这里没有这包酱料包><

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    1. 这牌子在马国应该有的卖,他们有很多香料都很不错。

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  13. Your fried udon must be yummy because you didn't put black pepper.. hahaha... I dont like the black pepper taste in the udon but those selling outside sure sprinkled or cook them with black pepper...

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    1. Claire, next time tell them not to add black pepper. I didn't add because the spices is quite tasty.

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  14. i love fried udon, this recipe i should try one day.

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  15. I would love this for my lunch too! Looks homey and flavourful.

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  16. I love those thick chewy noodles...especially when spiced up like this!

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  17. I love udon, be it stir fried or the 'wat tan hor' way, will always get udon whenever it is available here. Yours look delicious, maybe will try to get it when going back home

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  18. Ann, this looks yummy. I have to go to hunt for this brand of pre- mix. Thanks for sharing!
    mui..^^

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  19. Oh my, this dish looks so delicious! Wish I had a big bowl of it right now! :)

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