Left over Chicken Noodles

Left over Chicken Noodles
 
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Ingredients

Ingredients
Method
 
  • Left over roast chicken
  • Straight to wok (or pre cooked) noodles
  • Paprika
  • Hoi Sin sauce
  • sweet chilli sauce
  • BBQ sauce
  • A little Olive oil
In a large pan, heat a little oil on one side, and sprinkle some ground paprika in the other side. When both are hot (and the paprika smokes a tiny bit) mix together in the pan with a spatula.

Shred your left over roast chicken, and fry lightly in the now flavoured oil. Once the meat is heated through thoroughly add the pre cooked noodles, and let them fry a little too, just enough for them to get flavoured but without burning.

In a bowl mix (for enough chicken and noodles for 2 people)
3 teaspoons of Hoi Sin
2 teaspoons of Sweet Chilli sauce
2 teaspoons of BBQ sauce

stir the sauce mix into the pan, and lower the heat and let it get sticky to the meat and noodles for about 5 mins, then serve.

I know this is really basic, but i just made it for my lunch and it was so yummy i thought i'd share. Would have been nice with some crisp bean sprouts too but i didn't have any.

Basically just discovered how great the mix of Chinese and BBQ flavours are together.

Left over Chicken Noodles

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Yummy flavoured chicken mixed with spicy-saucy noodles

Method


In a large pan, heat a little oil on one side, and sprinkle some ground paprika in the other side. When both are hot (and the paprika smokes a tiny bit) mix together in the pan with a spatula.

Shred your left over roast chicken, and fry lightly in the now flavoured oil. Once the meat is heated through thoroughly add the pre cooked noodles, and let them fry a little too, just enough for them to get flavoured but without burning.

In a bowl mix (for enough chicken and noodles for 2 people)
3 teaspoons of Hoi Sin
2 teaspoons of Sweet Chilli sauce
2 teaspoons of BBQ sauce

stir the sauce mix into the pan, and lower the heat and let it get sticky to the meat and noodles for about 5 mins, then serve.

I know this is really basic, but i just made it for my lunch and it was so yummy i thought i'd share. Would have been nice with some crisp bean sprouts too but i didn't have any.

Basically just discovered how great the mix of Chinese and BBQ flavours are together.
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