When there seems to be no end to the list of jobs that need doing in and outside the house the last thing you feel like doing is cooking.
Recently I received an email from reader Lisa asking for help. She fried some fresh tuna steaks and since it is quite a meaty fish thought a Hollandaise sauce will compliment it nicely, but unfortunately didn’t. What to do?
No doubt it is the butter that makes these noodles taste so good. Folks who are more health conscious feel free to use olive oil (or any oil of your choice) instead of butter. I love having these noodles as an accompaniment to Pan-fried Butter & Garlic Prawns. If you fancy this dish as a main course but feel it is somewhat insubstantial, increase the portion sizes and toss some roast chicken pieces in the pan. Any leftover meat will do for a great mid-week supper.
This dish is very nourishing and filling. If you can’t be bothered to make up the sauce, simply use ready made teriyaki available at most supermarkets. Since I prefer my broccoli a bit more cooked, I fry it for a bit longer, but if you prefer yours to have a bit more crunch just reduce the cooking time to one or two minutes. With so many food blog events going on, it is difficult to keep up! This month’s theme for the CLICK event is noodles and since the folks over there are mainly vegetarian this recipe will fit in just nicely. The weekly Presto Pasta event accepts noodle dishes as well, I’ll be submitting this recipe too.