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Easy teriyaki vegetable noodles

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While Saudi is a closed society in many ways, in other ways it is very versatile and open. Workers from India, Phillipines, UK, America, Holland, Bangladesh, Algeria, Egypt and so many other countries all come to make a living.  Little neighborhood stores carry bits and pieces of food stuff from these countries. There are a wide variety of noodles, sauces and wraps for those who want to try new and different dishes. I tried a wide variety of these dry packaged noodles and it was usually a struggle, each time a new outcome, sometimes amazing and then sometimes not great! Directions were not in English and although I took notice of what worked each time, the brand that I had purchased would then disappear.  When I arrived back to the U.S. I found some lovely fresh noodles in the grocery produce section. These could easily run $4 per package and I needed a minimum of 5 packages for our large family which did not make for an economical meal!

A couple of years ago my daughter Fattima (Foof) found a recipe using spaghetti noodles and of course I laughed at her! I thought no way would anything so easy, taste so good! She whipped them up and they were delicious! So, this is our new recipe that we use when we want some delicious and quick Asian noodles.

Ingredients

Sauce ingredients

1 cup chicken broth

4 Tbs. hoisin sauce

6 Tbs. soy sauce

2 Tbs. brown sugar

2 Tbs. rice vinegar

Ingredients

1 small crown of broccoli, washed and cut into bite size pieces

2 carrots peeled, washed and cut into thin half circles

1 green bell pepper cut into thin strips

1 can sliced water chestnuts

Any vegetables that you like and want to use

1 package of regular spaghetti noodles

Directions

Place sauce ingredients in a medium size pan and put on the stove. Whisk on medium heat until sugar is dissolved and well combined.

Cook spaghetti noodles according to package directions. After they are drained, return to cooking pan.

Stir fry vegetables (except water chestnuts) in a few tbs.of olive oil until cooked to desired texture. Drain water chestnuts and add to vegetable mix, stir fry a few minutes longer.

Pour sauce into the pan with cooked and drained noodles and toss well. Get the sauce completely mixed in with the noodles, add vegetables and turn on medium heat, gently toss to warm them and to get flavors mixed well.

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  1. Looks lovely Lynz..

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    June 16, 2016
  2. That does sound awfully good, Lynn!

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    June 16, 2016
  3. Wow, that sounds really good, Lynn!

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    June 16, 2016
  4. Yummy

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    June 16, 2016
  5. Easy, delicious and quick – thanks for sharing.

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    June 16, 2016
  6. Looks so yummy and simple to make too!

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    June 16, 2016
  7. Delicious, Lynn! Doesn’t help that I’m reading this close to my lunch break 🙂

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    June 16, 2016
  8. Lynn, looks very good – thank you! 🙂

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    June 16, 2016
  9. Looks BETTER than the “real thing”!!

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    June 16, 2016
  10. YUM!

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    June 16, 2016
  11. It looks and sounds delicious and easy! I take a bowl now for breakfast!

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    June 16, 2016
  12. I’ll have to try that one, Lynn.
    Leslie

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    June 16, 2016
  13. munchkinontheroad #

    Reblogged this on On the Road Cooking and commented:
    I love using leftover vermicelli to make lo mein. This teriyaki version sounds great!

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    June 16, 2016
  14. Nice to have a quick meal that looks AND tastes wonderful. Great share.

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    June 16, 2016
  15. Yum…delicious…:-)

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    June 16, 2016
  16. Looks absolutely amazing! And, I am thankful you have time to post anything with taking care of those precious new ones!!! ❤ ❤ ❤

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    June 16, 2016
  17. It looks delicious Lynn, have to try it. Love Asian noodle dishes,

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    June 16, 2016
    • me too! In Saudi there are so many cool and unique food products that I cannot find here. So, these spaghetti noodles are simple!

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      June 16, 2016
  18. This is nutritious and tastes so good!

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    June 16, 2016
  19. I LOVE Asian noodle dishes! And I use spaghetti or vermicelli noodles all the time in them instead of the expensive fresh noodles in the produce section. Great recipe Lynn! xo

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    June 16, 2016
  20. Oh Yes!!! 🙂

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    June 16, 2016
  21. This looks absolutely delicious Lynn! I am going to make some spicy noodles right now and your post just tempted me 🙂

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    June 17, 2016
  22. YUMM! It looks and sounds delicious!

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    June 17, 2016
  23. I love water chestnuts! And I know what you mean about the noodles… I’ve tried spaghetti noodles before and been really happy too! Can’t wait to try this one out! 🙂

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    June 17, 2016
  24. I love the idea of using regular spaghetti noodles. Looks yummy Lynn!

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    June 17, 2016
  25. This sounds great! And, not hard either.

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    June 18, 2016
  26. Hi! this is a nomination to the liebster aword 🙂 https://wycehub.com/2016/06/19/liebster-aword-thanks/ Have a nice day! 🙂

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    June 19, 2016
  27. This looks great, Lynn!

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    June 19, 2016
  28. Lynn, this looks awesome and sounds fantastic !!! xxx

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    June 24, 2016
  29. chefceaser #

    Reblogged this on Chef Ceaser.

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    July 24, 2016

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