Prawn (Shrimp) and Snowpea Noodle Stir Fry

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  • Steep hokkien noodles in boiling water for 2 minutes, separate and drain.
  • Heat extra light olive oil in a wok or large non-stick frypan and stir fry ginger, garlic and carrot strips for 1 minute and then add prawns and stir fry until just starting to turn pink and then add snowpeas, juice, fish sauce and sugar and stir fry until snow peas are tender and then add noodles and stir fry until heated through and then stir in coriander and serve immediately.

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  1. IngridH
    A very nice dish! I love the strong Thai flavor- fish sauce and lime juice are some of my favorite Asian ingredients, and they are not shy in this dish. They are a perfect match for the sweet shrimp and crunchy snow peas. I'd like to see a bit of heat in this, next time I'd add a pinch of pepper flakes with the ginger and garlic. A great dish, easy enough for a weeknight, but classy enough to serve to company.
  2. PaulaG
    A delicious and so quick dinner. It was made gluten free by using rice sticks. The amount of olive oil was reduced considerably. Probably more like a tablespoon. Since we like things with a little kick, I did serve it with Sriracha Hot Chili Sauce on the side. Made and enjoyed for Aussie Swap.
  3. Fauzia H.
    It turned out too dry and bland.
  4. Annacia
    I've never heard of the ask for noodles so used soba noodles. I have no idea if they are similar but be that as it may the dish tasted great to me. I had snow peas to use up and this recipe was an excellent way for them to go and the shrimp are delicious. It makes a lot too, I love leftovers.
  5. JustJanS
    Pat, Russ and I both loved this thank you. I reduced the oil to 1 tablespoon, then added in a 1/4 cup of low-sodium chicken stock to make up for the missing liquid the oil would have provided. I increased the sugar to three teaspoons to balance out the lime juice and fish sauce and added in a Thai birdseye chilli. Sensational!


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