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Curried Noodles With Pork

Curried Noodles With Pork created by Rhondapalooza

Quick and easy recipe to use up some left over pork. Usually if we're making a pork roast or pork on the BBQ we will save some, and then make this recipe with the left overs. It's very easy to make, and quite rewarding to eat!

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  • Soak rice noodles in a bowl of hot water for 20 minutes. Drain well.
  • Cut onion into 1/4 inch strips.
  • Heat the oil in a wok, add the onion and cook on high heat until onion is soft. (1-2 min).
  • Add curry powder, salt and noodles. Mix well.
  • Add the peas, coconut milk and soy sauce, toss to combine. Reduce heat, cover and cook on low for 3 minutes.
  • Stir in pork and heat for another 1-2 minute (until pork is warm).
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"Quick and easy recipe to use up some left over pork. Usually if we're making a pork roast or pork on the BBQ we will save some, and then make this recipe with the left overs. It's very easy to make, and quite rewarding to eat!"
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  1. Rhondapalooza
    Curried Noodles With Pork Created by Rhondapalooza
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  2. Rhondapalooza
    Curried Noodles With Pork Created by Rhondapalooza
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  3. Rhondapalooza
    This recipe was excellent! I made a few SMALL tweaks, like adding an extra teaspoon of curry (I used all hot rather than mild), a sliced red bell pepper and 3 sliced jalapeño peppers for added heat, but this recipe is fantastic in its original state. When I was looking to bump up the sauce just prior to serving, I added 1/3 cup chicken broth rather than additional coconut milk, which moistened things up and deepened the flavor. Some chopped green onions were the perfect garnish. As for the meat.. Chicken would also be lovely here, but Asian Pork Tenderloin is the absolute greatest.
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  4. PaulaG
    This is very quick meal. I used barbecue pork ribs and Recipe #187372. The peas were defrosted and added the last couple of minutes just to warm. Made for *PAC Spring 2008*
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  5. PaulaG
    Curried Noodles With Pork Created by PaulaG
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