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Im 30 yrs old very happy married to a wonderful man (Nathan) i have a 7yr old son (Lochlan) and one on the way! We live in a town called Davistown. Im an aussie that use to live in the states! But have recently returned back to Australia! And im VERY passionate about cooking and my family!

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Sunday, February 21, 2010

~Spicey Seafood Noodles and Sweet Soy Green Beans and Cabbage~

YUP thats what was for dinner sunday nite!

Doesnt it look fantastic?!

It was SO spicey but OH SO tasty!

~Noodles~

Onions, Chilli paste, Garlic, Miso paste, Salty Soy Sauce, Few cups of your fav seafood! This mix had mussels, crab, fish, octopuss, squid, shrimp and scallops!

Get your wok out :) heat it up good n hot with a couple tablespoonfuls of oil, when nice and hot throw your sliced onions, garlic and chilli paste! Dont forget the chilli will take your breath away once it hits the hot oil! Once its sizzling away in the wok toss your seafood in! Mix it up good threw that spicey sauce, add a couple of tablespoons of miso paste now the liquid from the seafood should help water down the miso paste if its still a lil thick pour a few spoonfuls of your salty soy in! It wont take long at all for the seafood to cook now dont forget do NOT cook your seafood to long specially when it comes to scallops, squid and octopuss! IT will get really TOUGH quickly if you over cook it! Turn the wok off and now add the noodles of your choice! Toss it thew and let it sit there while you get your veggies ready!

MMMM Doesnt that just make our mouth water!

~Veggies~

Green Beans cut up to your liking! Cabbage cut up thinly so it cooks quickly! Sweet Soy.

Take you wok heat some oil in it toss the cabbage in add a little sweet soy so the cabbage cooks down into the sweetness of the soy, then toss your green beans and cook till your liking :) we like then anyway in this house hold whether they are still crunchy or cooked down a lil! Make sure theres enough sweet soy to cover the beans as well! Serve them on top of the spicey noodles! When it comes to spicey food i always serve sliced cucumbers it helps with the spice factor!


2 comments:

gaelikaa said...

THAT looks delicious. I am sure it did not last long.

Dropped in to see your blog from SITS. Have a great day.

Alexis AKA MOM said...

Wow my dear loving the noodles, I'm a funny eater ... lol don't do seafood or spicey. I know I'm a wimp, chalk it up to my dad's fault ... it's always the parents fault right? LOL