1 packet of kelp noodles (soak in warm water for 20 mins)
1 clove garlic (minced, chop fine)
1 knob of ginger (minced, chop fine)
1 large chili (deseeded, chop fine)
Small red onion (chopped roughly)
Cilantro (chopped roughly)
Salt and pepper
1. Drain the noodles.
2. Put in all the flavors: chili, onion, ginger, chopped cilantro.
3. Drizzle flax oil, or sesame oil can be a substitute. A bit of raw honey can go in if you like the sweet sour tang. Mix it up.
4. Season to your liking. Squeeze in kaffir lime to your taste.
Like chef Landria (look forward to your recipes all the time!), I was craving some noodles since its Chinese New Year at the moment.
It's a tradition in my family to have stir fried glass noodles on a Sunday.
They are so aromatic. One whiff, and a gallon of drool comes out. It's quite a clean flavor though, so do adjust to your liking.
I'm kinda glad there are so many Asian recipes that make you feel light and clean!
I kinda altered it to make it authentic…hmm. If you can't find kaffir lime (Asian store), then quarter lemon mixed with half lime will do.
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