(Non) Hangover Noodles

The name comes from Jamie Oliver’s book, I could see why these would be good when hungover, although we weren’t. Adding a big, big shot of chilli sauce, these look like they have taken some effort but they didn’t. Here’s mine, slightly adjusted.

Mix grated garlic, grated ginger, rice wine vinegar, soy sauce and sesame oil with a dash of pepper in a large bowl. Leave to one side.

Cook, egg noodles, frozen broccoli and chopped sweetheart cabbage in boiling salted water for about three minutes then add mangetout for another minute.

Fry an egg (or two) for each serving.

Drain the noodles and veg and toss in the dressing along with some cooked prawns.

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Serve up and, as I said, give it a good squirt of chilli sauce.

Using GARLIC, GINGER, RICE WINE VINEGAR, SOY SAUCE, SESAME OIL, EGG NOODLES, FROZEN BROCCOLI, SWEETHEART CABBAGE, MANGETOUT, COOKED PRAWNS and EGG…

This was dinner…7th  August 2014.

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4 thoughts on “(Non) Hangover Noodles

  1. A fried egg is awesome for hangovers. In Thailand, I cooked a dish called “Drunken Noodles”. It had a little booze in it and was very tasty, but when you add the booze, you get a huge fireball which will remove your eyebrows if you are not careful. Not reccomended if you are still drunk from the night before!

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