Tuesday, 19 May 2015

Breakfast Noodles for One.

These Noodles are one of my fave quick eats.
I could quite happily live on Noodles forever and ever.
If you look through my recipes you will find more than a smattering of Noodle based dishes.

I especially love having Noodles for Breakfast.

This dish is made with things I always have in the cupboard and is ready in minutes.
They are delicious any time of the day and can be eaten hot or cold.

I add Chiu Chow Chilli oil & Fresh coriander to mine.
You can add many other things too- tofu, green veg etc.
Use the dressing as a base & go from there!
The amount given below is for one- multiply the ingredients for more.
Mix the dressing while the Noodles cook.

      What you will need:

  • 100g cooked noodles (I often use dried soba as they are always in my pantry but other noodles will do. Cook them according to the instructions.)
  • 1 tablespoon Oyster sauce
  • 1 tablespoon Chinese Black Vinegar
  • 1 tablespoon Soy Sauce
  • 1 tablespoon Sesame oil
  • 1 tablespoon sesame seeds

In a large bowl (the bowl you will eat them from is perfect) mix together the sauces & the sesame seeds so they are well combined.
Once noodles are cooked, drain and add to the bowl with the dressing.
Use chopsticks to stir well so all noodles are coated.
Add any extras you may wish- I love adding Chilli oil & fresh coriander.



  1. I don't know why I've never eaten noodles for breakfast before. What's wrong with me!?! x

  2. NOTHING.....unless you say the same thing at this time tomorrow. xxxx

  3. I want these right now! My Asian grocer was out of Chui Chow Chilli Oil last week & I only have a small little dreg left in the jar so I will use it to make these.
    Thanks for sharing the deliciousness Ruth xx

  4. My pleasure Reannon.
    You may need to start making your own Chilli oil I think!
    Here is my recipe. I think you will like it. ~http://gourmetgirl-friend.blogspot.com.au/2012/07/in-real-life-friends-and-internet.html

  5. Perfect! I am going to get onto this week. And how lovely that it was about yours & Michelle's friendship :) x

  6. soba noodles are my favourite!! I had them last night with brown rice vinegar and soy and sesame. Yum.

  7. Oh I always have these ingredients in my pantry too,I am going to make this on my first morning off from work when kids are off to school next week...with a fried egg on top! and lots of coriander and chilli and if there's any fried shallots in a jar, them too! divine, thank you GG


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