FRIED NOODLE IN TEX MEX INSPIRATION

Oh boy, here we go, let the madness begin. In one evening, after diving up into warm comfort of fajita from previous post, I am thinking, what if I put this seasoning into my favourite asian noodle. The result was intriguing for me, when I close my eyes, I can taste soft mild spices, sour and sweetness from sweet soy sauce. I kind of liking this marriage.

I love it, I don’t know, you can tried yourself. It is not that crazy, only I think you need to adjust little bit, or maybe just me, since I very used to have traditional Indonesian style fried noodle. Even though this is still work for me.

I used the basic ingredient like previous post, but instead of fajita seasoning I used Burrito seasoning, yep, the seasoning are coming from the pack hehe. This recipe are like mix marriage *haha, half Mexican-half Asian. Also used vegetarian seasoning sauce, I am going to capture the sauce in picture and sweet soy sauce. Also thinking to add some sesame oil, but I think that way too far, I want to keep it simple, straight forward and bold in clean way.

SO let’s get mad together, shall we?

FRIED NOODLE IN TEX MEX INSPIRATION

Serve 1 generous portion/2 small portion

INGREDIENT

  • 1/2 red paprika, slice it
  • 1/2 green paprika, slice it
  • 1/2 sweet onion, slice it
  • 50 gram shiitake mushroom (3-4 pieces, slice it)
  • 100 gram cooked noodle
  • 2 tbs vegetarian sauce
  • 2 tbs sweet soy sauce
  • 2 tsp burrito mix spices
  • 1 tsp smoke liquid
  • Sea salt and pepper to season
  • 1 tbs extra virgin olive oil
  • Cilantro to serve
  • Slice avocado to serve
  • Slice of lime to serve
  • Chilli flake to serve

HOW TO

  1. In medium pan and high heat, put inside extra virgin olive oil and sweet onion, sautéed until the onion slightly burn.
  2. Then put inside the paprikas and shiitake mushroom, sautéed until slightly soft, not too soft though. Get the noodle in.
  3. Put in all the sauce, smoke liquid and the spices mix, at this point you need the pan really hot, and stired quickly.
  4. Give a taste, add some extra sea salt and pepper if you think it still under seasoning.
  5. Ready to serve
  6. Serve with cilantro, lime wedges, slice avocado and chilli flake.

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