Very pretty dish with nice flavours. I used all the ingredients (no substitutes) and followed your perfect directions. Next time I might use one tablespoon of sambal oelek as it didn't have the kick I was looking for. Thank you Daydream
Fabulous, quick and easy meal. A bonus was that most of the ingredients I had on hand. Recipe full of lots of wonderful flavours. Definite make again for us. Thanks for posting Daydream!
These noodles are very good - lots of flavour, moist and delicious! I made them as written, except for garnishing with green onions as I had no coriander. I will certainly be making these again. Thanks Daydream, I've been on the lookout for good noodle recipes and yours certainly is!
By far the best vegetarian noodles we've eaten - what a great recipe! I used a large carrot instead of the capsicum and not quite as much tomato sauce as called for; I found these were already very moist and didn't need any stock. Like Kookaburra I just tossed through some lime juice before serving, and DH coudln't stop raving, thank you very much for the recipe!
I ate this 3 hours ago and the taste is still waltzing around in my mouth! Exquisite! I made the recipe pretty well exactly as written, except I substituted flavourless olive oil + 1/2 tsp of sesame oil for the peanut oil, and reduced the sambal oelek to 1/2 teaspoon - hot enough for us! I was also a little timid about the amount of shrimp paste. I used a rounded teaspoon, but it wasn't overpowering, and next time I'll be brave and use the full 2 teaspoons. I had fresh Hokkein Noodles and I only needed a splash of chicken stock at the end. Instead of serving with the lime wedges, I just squeezed 1/4 of a lime over the finished dish. This made a wonderful, tasty and different light weekend supper. We'll be having it often!
Great noodles,Daydream!! I made these to the recipe and my entire family loved them (always a bonus-especially with my picky eater!!). I did use the chicken stock to moisten them a bit. Exceptionally tasty noodles!!