I “fished” some Chinese noodles from Lidl (there is one in my neighborhood) the other day. I put them to work, meaning I boiled them (they weren’t made with rice, but with wheat) for three minutes in water with a bit of salt, then I paired them with some vegetables and three ladles of broth, as follows:
I cut the red onion, the courgette and the hot pepper and I sautéed them in a skillet with a little oil.
I strained the noodles from water.
I cut the onion and the kapia pepper.
I poured a ladle of bone broth over the vegetables in the skillet.
Am condimentat cu piper Szechuan.
I placed the noodles in a pan, together with three tablespoons of soy sauce. I stirred well and I turned of the stove.
I set aside some noodles, chopped green onion, a bit of hot pepper and some kapia pepper for the soup I already had made (I always have soup in the house). Basically, I made two dishes from the same ingredients.
That’s it for today. Stay healthy.
Special thanks to
Oana Bodnariuc, Authorized Translator