Singapore Noodles

I LOVE Singapore Fried Noodles. I usually get this tasty dish from my local Chinese takeway when I come home late after work and there’s no concept of a dinner at home for me to prepare or reheat. Well recently I had an urge to cook this favourite dish of mine from scratch – all by myself. And so I did. And what a thoroughly enjoyable experience it was. If you like Indian-Chinese “fusion” type stuff then you will love Singapore Fried Noodle. Why not have a go at making it yourself? Click here to see how I did it.

Singapore Fried Noodles!
(Taken with my cameraphone as I served it out ready to eat!)

It was ace. Makes me hungry just thinking about it.

36 thoughts on “Singapore Noodles

  1. Looks yummy. Recently tried your Aloo Gobi and Yellow Dal and Stuffed Peppers. Delicious ! One request. Could you post the recipe for Dal Makhani. Thanks a lot.

    -Sonali

  2. Came across your recipes while looking for a really good fries chicken recipes. UK expat now based in California. Love the pics, makes me miss home so much. I’m looking forward to trying some of these dishes.

  3. Thanks Sonali! I will look into dal makhani too.

    Gus: A book? Well, one day if I get fed up of doing this “out of the goodness of my heart” I might! πŸ™‚

    Thanks Jyothi!

    Sshehnaaz: Thanks and hope you do get to try some, apologies for making you miss home! πŸ™‚

  4. I love the step by step shots…. ever dropped your phone into the pan ?

    I bought the Wagamama noodle book on a recent trip back to London… I can get most of the ingredients here, but the French… you know, they have their cuisine and so really don’t cater for anyone elses… rather like in Italy and Spain… but have created some fabulous flavours…. hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

  5. Hey Pondlife, we enjoy eating at Wagamama occasionally. Well, I have to admit I’ve never been too enamoured by French food, but Italian and Spanish I love …

  6. Just finished eating the noodles. Very nice! The chicken was delecious after marinating. Thank you!!! I got my vegitables from the local supermarket on the reduced section, which make the dish very cheap and quick to prepare.

  7. they look lush!
    the step by step instructions are very good.
    one day i will make them for my family.

    they look like something of WAGAMAMA!=]
    very well explained and great pics…

    well done
    keep it up
    =]

  8. Thanks Anna! Reduced section veg too – always satisfying when that happens! πŸ™‚

    Leila: Thank you! πŸ™‚

  9. I love the resumption of your recipe posting! I’ve tried about half of your recipes, and they always come out great — I’ll definitely try this one soon, it looks delicious. I also second the cookbook idea πŸ™‚

  10. Hi Aruna, lamb saag (saag gosht) is not something I have actually tried making myself, but if I do I will surely post the method up here at some point in the future! Thanks for the comment! πŸ™‚

  11. Hi

    Have been reading your recipe posts for ages but havent commented before. Tried your pilchard rice. Love it. So simple to make. Will def be trying more….esp the keema. :))

    Varsha

  12. I don’t know where i’d be without this website/blog. I’ve been reading this for ages and thought it was about time I said thanks. Your singapore noodles are the best!!!
    G

  13. Wow, thanks you for such kind feedback Gail! Glad to be of some assistance too! πŸ™‚ All the best to you and yours.

  14. Looks great , sounds easy enough, cant wait to try it. Your step by step guide was explained perfectly, I cant go wrong (can I?) um……

  15. have been looking for a singapore noodle recipe for tonights tea, and finally came across yours. i love the effort you have put into your recipes, the pictures and step by step process. its great! will try this and no doubt be back for another idea, keep up the good work, fab.

  16. Should be working but trawling your recipes for inspiration instead…………….. will send you some Scottish/Jamaican recipes soon!

    Gail

  17. Am I the only one that thinks the marinade for this smells a bit…nasty? It works out fine in the end, I just have to keep it at arms length until it’s cooked!

  18. Tried this recipe last evening. I left out the Corriander, and switched the rice noodles for already cooked Capelli noodles I had left over.
    I have to say the recipe was fantastic.
    Will make it again for sure.
    Regards
    Sharon Phillip

  19. stopped to type this comment while I eat. Getting the “two thumbs up!”

    Thanks, good directions as well…It’s a keeper!

  20. My Mrs love crispy chilli beef and these noodles so Ive spent an hour on the beef but your simple recipe for the noodles is a real winner, they taste exactly the same as the takeaway and she wont have to pick out the prawns (she doesnt like seafood) Much appreciated!!!

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