Sticky Satay Noodles – 1.5 syns

This amazing bowl of yumness came from an experiment one day when I was trying to make my lunch more protein-packed and exciting.

I’ve tried it two ways:

  1. Make Super Noodles(the low fat ones are FREE) as per instructions but add the dark soy sauce and peanut butter powder and it comes out all sticky and yummy.
  2. If you make plain noodles, remove them from the heat 2-3 minutes early, pour the majority of the water away and add the peanut butter and dark soy sauce – if you add the sauce when noodles are slightly under cooked they absorb the sauce and go really nice.

This tastes really naughty – yet comes in at 1.5 syns…

I’d love to know what you think – please try it and let me know; tag me on Instagram, Twitter or Facebook!

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Sticky Satay Noodles
A quick snack or a full meal - either way, very tasty!
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 10-20 minutes
Servings
serving
Ingredients
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 10-20 minutes
Servings
serving
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Cook the noodles as per instructions until they are 2-3 minutes away from cooked. Drain most of the water away.
  2. Fry the peppers and mushrooms until they are cooked to your taste.
  3. Add the dark soy sauce and peanut butter powder to the noodles and mix. Return to hob/microwave and cook until cooked and sticky. Stir in the veg and serve.
Recipe Notes

The beauty of this recipe is that you can make it as simple or as fancy as you like - you can use Super Noodles for a quick meal or snack; the low fat ones are syn free and come out lovely!

I have used peanut butter powder as it is lower syns and it comes out really nice - almost creamy.  You can use any peanut butter, just syn accordingly.

I leave the veg nice and chunky and it tastes just like chinese chow mein.

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