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Ms. Che who owns the blog Sweet Memoirs with her blog post: Cereal Prawn

This is the first time that I've heard of Cereal Prawn, but it looks like it's something that my family and I will love!  Sweet Memoirs is a personal blog by Ms. Che where she posts not only about food but also about about her life and family in Singapore. I particularly like her blog's mission, which is to donate whatever blog income she can generate and donate it to those in need. Just LOVE that! So why don't we all give her a visit and send her some encouragements, foodies! Greatly appreciate it! :)

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My post is something fast and only requires a few ingredients:  Quick Rainbow Noodles.


Ingredients:
  • vegetable noodles (they were "color-coded"; am guessing that the orange color stands for carrots, yellow for potatoes, red for beets, while am not sure which green leafy vegetable is added to make those green noodle strands...)
  • ground meat (i used pork, around 1/4 Kg; seasoned with the following: salt, pepper, some dried mixed herbs {thyme, rosemary, marjoram, basil, oregano, and sage}, soy sauce, and loads of garlic.)
  • bok choy/pechay (i used two bunches)
  • water (around 1/4 cup)

vegetable noodles

Procedure:
  • Cook noodles according to package instructions. Drain and set aside. You may add a bit of oil so that they wouldn't stick together.
  • Put water and seasoned ground meat in pan. Let boil, then mix. Wait till it gets cooked (it will turn brown, which isn't long) and water has reduced in half.
  • Add chopped bok choy. Simmer for a few minutes.
  • Dump in the cooked noodles. Mix. You may add more salt, pepper, or soy sauce. You decide. The noodles will absorb the remaining liquid, which is great since that means it will also absorb all those amazing flavours. :)
  • Best served hot.

Cooked that for dinner one time when I was so busy and so wanted something fast and nutritious (I'd like to imagine that this dish is nutritious, lol) for my kids and I. Glad they both liked it, and I finished my work on time! :D


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12 shared thoughts:

Foodsmiths General Store at: Fri Mar 16, 12:57:00 AM GMT+8 said...

Today we'd like to share several of our recipes for:

Sprouted Kamut Dutch Baby Pancakes w/ Sauteed Apples and Cultured Cream

http://foodsmithsgeneralstore.com/blog/all-hail-the-dutch-baby/

Carnitas Tacos w/ Raw Cheese, Avocado, and Pickled Ginger-Carrots

http://foodsmithsgeneralstore.com/blog/a-taco-by-any-other-name/

Raw Milk Cheesecake w/ Chocolate Sable Crust and Cherry Compote

http://foodsmithsgeneralstore.com/blog/and-cheesecake-for-all/

Fermented French Fry Poutine w/ Beef & Broccoli

http://foodsmithsgeneralstore.com/blog/with-apologies-to-quebec/

Thank you!

Heather @girlichef.com at: Fri Mar 16, 04:27:00 AM GMT+8 said...

Oh my gosh, I am IN LOVE with these noodles - the colors are fantastic!

Oggi at: Fri Mar 16, 04:50:00 AM GMT+8 said...

This is the most beautiful pancit I've ever seen. I want some!:)

Jenn at: Fri Mar 16, 10:31:00 AM GMT+8 said...

Oh yes, I have seen those noodles.. but brother would always get the flat ones and he would cook it like mami... does this taste a bit like pansit canton?

Iska at: Fri Mar 16, 12:02:00 PM GMT+8 said...

Love the colours of your noodles! Very appetizing :-)

say cheese at: Fri Mar 16, 04:56:00 PM GMT+8 said...

basta pancit solve na ako lol! nag try ako minsan ng colored spaghetti noodles kaya lang nawala kulay nung naluto hehe.

France @ Beyond The Peel at: Sat Mar 17, 12:32:00 AM GMT+8 said...

Maiylah, those tri-colored noodles look so fun!

I'm sharing 20 Minute Masoor Dal with Cumin Seed Oil, Homemade Sweet & Spicy BBQ Sauce, and Honey Banana Spelt Pancakes.

Thanks for hosting, my dear!

i♥pinkc00kies at: Sat Mar 17, 02:37:00 PM GMT+8 said...

cute ng noodles!

Tetcha at: Sun Mar 18, 01:43:00 PM GMT+8 said...

I'm sure my son will be delighted to eat those rainbow noodles! The cereal prawns are quite interesting, too!

ThePinayWanderer at: Sun Mar 18, 06:25:00 PM GMT+8 said...

Cereal prawns,hmmm, looks yummy! as well as your quick rainbow noodles. and as usual, your photos are awesome, galing! :)

wifetoalineman02 at: Mon Mar 19, 10:25:00 PM GMT+8 said...

that rainbow noodles looks delish Sis :-) My kids love anything that has noodles. Visiting late from Food Friday

http://www.homecookingwithjessy.com/baked-tilapia-fish-for-dinner/

cheerful at: Wed Mar 21, 06:44:00 PM GMT+8 said...

joined again here and i love to try that cereal prawn soon. also, your vegetable noodles, i love it...my kids will love it too, colorful enough to make them loves it. :) thanks for sharing on how to do it. have a great week. :)

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