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- April 16, 2009 at 7:40 am #272523Ulrike
VEGETARIAN NOODLE SOUP
– 1 bag of precut&washed soup vegetables (usually costs me less than $0,75; contains carrots, leek, oignon and celery)
– 1 oignon
– Rice noodles from the local Thai/Chinese-store ($1)
– 4 bouillon cubes
– a tiny bit of butter (more or less a teaspoon)1. Peel and cut the oignon in little pieces, and let it fry in a pot of 5 liter for about 2 minutes in the butter (don’t let it burn! the frying can go very quick)
2. Add 5 tablespoons of water and let the oignon steam for a bit with the lid on the pot
3. Add the bag of soup vegetables
4. Add two cups of water and let it steam for a few minutes (this sets the aroma’s of the vegetables free) with the lid on the pot
5. Add water and the noodles up to a few centimeters under the edge of the pot
6. Add the bouillon cubes and let it cook untill the noodles are done
This makes a nice chinese-like noodle meal for about two people! It is technically a soup, but I use it as main course because I add a lot of noodles (which fills the stomach). I use chinese chop sticks to eat it and put it in a little bowl like chinese people do, which makes it a special meal for very little money :great:
- April 16, 2009 at 12:26 pm #419549JoAnn
Sounds really good right now. I’ll have to give this recipe to DS, Thank-You.
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