Time to make a project of this. I am determined to try out these various recipes or tips for myself and document the results.
I started with Dragon Noodles. The name evokes spice and serious flavour. Sounds perfect for me. The recipe comes from a fantastic blog entitled: Budget Bytes. The link to the original recipe HERE. I love the dollar and cents breakdown of a meal, something I am hopeless at doing. The author has a huge variety of recipes to choose from and her explanations are so logical.
The sauce is super simple. Soy sauce (I prefer dark), Sriracha sauce and brown sugar. I doubled the amounts as I planned on making a large pot and adding veggies that would need coating.
Green beans are hard to julienne, is there a trick or tool? I have a julienne peeler, but it's better for bigger veggies. It's particularly awesome for doing carrots.
The finished dish made with fettuccine noodles, carrots, green beans and cabbage. It was perhaps a bit sweet for my taste so I would halve the amount of brown sugar next time, although I will say it was fantastic microwaved the next day and not as sweet seeming. I am super happy I found this recipe because anything this simple and tasty is a keeper. Thanks muchly Beth M at Budget Bytes! Be sure to check it out.