Stir Fry : 2 Min Noodle Pad See Ew Gai

I didn’t have any of the wide pad Thai noodles and decided to use 2 minute noodles without the sachet.  (recipe inspired by Australian Healthy Food Guide June 2018 Issue page 58) I didn’t add nuts as pad see ew isn’t usually served with any in Thai restaurants I go to.

2 Minute Noodles pad see-ew chicken









Ingredients serves 2

1Tb Gluten Free Soy

1Tb Kepjap Manis (Indonesian Sweet Soy)

1Tb Thai Oyster Sauce

2 Chicken Thigh Fillets (antibiotic Free)

3 Cloves Garlic

1Tb Peanut Oil

1 Cup Broccoli

1 packet Maggi 2 Minute Wholegrain Chicken Noodles (discard seasoning)

1 Organic Free Range Egg

Garnish :

1 Handful Fresh Bean Sprouts

1 Handful fresh coriander leaves

1/4 Lime Cut into  Wedges



Cut Chicken into strips.

And chicken to a bowl with soy, Kepjap manis, oyster sauce and peanut oil and garlic. Mix well until combined. Leave to marinate in fridge for 20minutes to infuse flavours.

Prepare noodles in hot water for 2 minutes then drain

Beat egg

Have garnish & condiments ready to go.

Heat frypan or wok and add chicken with marinade and cook until chicken is almost cooked through then add broccoli and noodles and egg and stir fry for 2-3 minutes to coat everything. Add a 1 tablespoon of water to make more sauce if need be.

Serve with Condiments and Garnish with bean sprouts, coriander and lime wedge.


Served with Condiments: Pickle Chili

1 Tb Rice Wine Vinegar

1/2 Red Long Chili

1/4 tsp Raw Sugar



Mix Together in ramekin and serve with dish

This entry was posted on May 24, 2018, in AHFG, Asian.

Soups: Chicken Miso Soup

I needed to use up some chicken thighs so this was a great way to do it without a stir fry. (Recipe inspired by Australian Healthy Food Guide June 2018 Issue Page 72)

Chicken Miso Soup











Ingredients serves 1

1 Chicken Thigh (Antibiotic free)

1 Miso Soup Pouch

1 Green Shallot

1 Packet steam fresh mixed greens

1 Garlic Clove Minced

1tsp Ginger cut into fine strips



Slice the chicken into strips.

Cut the shallot on diagonal slices.

Use a Garlic Mincer to mince garlic.

Peel and slice ginger into fine strips.

Add all ingredients to pot and cook on low heat until chicken is cooked through.

Serve hot in bowl.

Australian Healthy Food Guide

Australian Healthy Food Guide is a great little magazine with plenty healthy nutritional information and health advice as well as great recipes. I have been making recipes from here since magazine was first published. Here are my photos of the recipes i have made using their recipes.

Australian Healthy Food Guide: 100 Meals from 10 basic Recipes: Lentil & Vegetable Soup Recipe



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This entry was posted on March 8, 2018, in AHFG.