10 minutes healthy veggie loaded glass noodles recipe

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A homemade delicious Pak Choi glass noodle Recipe with lots of vitamins and delicious roasted peanuts, all made in 10 minutes.

I’m really proud of this recipe. Let me tell you why. I really don’t like ginger. Not as tea, dessert and for sure not in my warm foods. But there are meals which I have eaten that contain ginger, which were pretty delicious. You have to understand that I love the asian cuisine and they cook with lots of ginger. That's when I knew maybe it isn’t the ginger, if not it’s how you prepare it.I still don’t like the strong taste of ginger and don’t want big chunks of it in my food. But sometimes, if you put the right amount of ginger in the dish it creates this sweet and spicy flavor, which gives the food an interesting note.
When I started to cook with ginger, I really sucked at it. I often quit and left it for many months. After years and many recipes later I can finally say I think I have found my own favorite technique of cooking with ginger.

What to know about soy sauce

I can tell you another story about soy sauce. I really love good cooked meals with soy sauce. The soy sauce can add a really unique taste to a meal. I always thought it was easy to cook with soy sauce. Haha, I was so wrong. There are more ways to ruin a dish with this sauce than someone could imagine. I had to learn it myself.
Things happen for a reason. Maybe I should fail, to stay grounded after years in the kitchen and maybe feeling comfy in there. I had to leave the comfort zone of my kitchen and trust the people who are experts in their fields.
Chinese and Japanese people have been cooking with soy sauce for about 2500 years. They mastered their work.
Again after failing, there was always the same thing. I tasted too much salt. Way too much salt. But why ? I researched and found out that like with every ingredient the quality makes a huge difference and the amount you put in the dish.

10 minutes healthy veggie loaded glass noodles recipe

Preptime: 5min

Cooktime: 5min

Waittime:0min

Totaltime:10min



Ingredients for the recipe:

1Broccoli
1Red bell pepper
1Yellow bell pepper
1Pak choi
200gGlass noodles
50mlSoy sauce
3tbspOyster sauce
0.5tspfreshly grated ginger
1tbspFish sauce
1tbspSesame oil
2tbspSunflower oil
Salt
Sesame seeds
Peanuts
Sweet chili sauce
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  1. Chop all the vegetables and set your stove on high level.
  2. Cook the glass noodles as said in the instruction.
  3. Add the sunflower oil into a pan, so it gets hot.
  4. Add the ginger and saute for about 20 seconds.
  5. Add the vegetable into the Pan and cook for about 2 minutes.
  6. Add the soy sauce, fish sauce and oyster sauce and cook for a minute.
  7. Add the glass noodles.
  8. Add the sesame oil and a little bit of salt.
  9. Serve it with sesame seeds and roasted peanuts.
  10. Don’t forget to put sweet chili sauce on top of it. I recommend the sweet chili sauce with garlic.
  11. ENJOY!

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Hi, welcome to my Food blog! My name is Coco. I’m 27 years old. You can call me the lucky one for marrying my soulmate, best friend and biggest cheerleader. My greatest blessing is being the mother of a beautiful girl and a baby boy. I spent the first 6 years of my life in the Dominican Republic. My family then moved to Germany, where I still live.

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