Who doesn’t need super greens every now and then? Ok, more now, and less then! Add extra tang with a squeeze of fresh lime over each serving!
Flat noodles wind through thick sauce, crisp greens and garlic galore - it's no wonder Pad See Ew is a favourite Thai street food. Add in some prawns and you have one of the simplest, yet most tasty stir-fry’s around!
Kids of all ages love eating off a stick, and these marinated chicken skewers are a hit. Simple to make, eat and clean up. A winner all round.
Making a great accompaniment to our Christmas Ham with Hoisin Sauce, Orange and Ginger Glaze this Edamame enriched noodle salad can stand in its own and levels up when entertaining!
Ham for any time of the year, this festive feast is a sure-fire winner. Pair with our Noodle Salad with Edamame Beans for a summer blast!
Prep and cooking time: 15 minutes
Difficulty: Easier than you think!
Pork and pineapple are one of those pairings that screams fun. Add in some capsicum, slide into a skewer and your taste buds have a guaranteed good time!
Serves: 3 – 4
Halloween treats just aren’t complete without these super cute and incredibly easy to make little Witches Broomsticks. Hop aboard!
Serves: Makes 40+
Who doesn’t want a Noodle Hair Monster Pop? With a gluten-free option, these delectable delights, both look and taste great.
A simple, scary, spin on an old favourite. Monster Party Bark may be the simplest recipe here. Melt chocolate cover it in personality, and eat!
Almost healthy? Well, our Hairy Scary Banana Ghosts do contain bananas and lots of fun and fright potential, so yeah, we think that’s a healthy approach to Halloween!
Serves: Makes 8-10
This salad has an interesting Asian flavour combined with the crunch of Fried noodles and nuts. To turn this into a delicious meal add 300g shredded BBQ Chicken or BBQ Pork.
Prep and cooking time: 25 minutes
Noodles with a mushroom Bolognese. This dish, sounds, looks and tastes great! None of the fuss of traditional Bolognese, this easy to prepare dish is a winner.
A great dish for a packed lunch this one, as it can be eaten hot or cold. The meaty flavours of the Chinese sausage, combined with the bok choy, carrot and Long Life noodles make for a flavour sensation.
What a beautiful dish! A healthy warming nutritious bowl of goodness. Oyster mushrooms, bok choy, Thai basil chilli and a squeeze of lime juice. Hmmm.
Everyone has those days. The days when you need quick, simple, and fantastic! Add chilli to taste.
Who doesn’t love Chicken Noodle Soup? And whop doesn’t love easy? Leave it to Chang’s and our Long Life Noodles to bring this favourite into your home, simply. Make some today!
Big claim. The BEST 2-minute noodles, ever. Put this recipe to the test. An absolute favourite. Quick, easy and fantastic.
Difficulty: Easy Peasy
A Pad Thai dish that is nut free and school box friendly with Chang’s Original Fried Noodles used instead of peanuts for that special Pad Thai crunch!)
A simple and sensational way to add more fish into your diet, and our Salmon with Asian Guacamole Noodles can be even served cold and is possibly better the next day. How good is that?
The combination of mint, chilli, lime and our famous Original Fried Noodles Salad make this salad special. Light, tangy, and sensational.
Our Original Fried Noodle salad, with tofu and a kick! Healthy, fantastic and fast.
Another spin on our Original Fried Noodle salad, with an added tang of squeezed lime to top this colourful salad.
An easy to prepare, soon to be family favourite! Stir-fry Bok Choy, Beef and noodles. Sensational.
Whip up this super easy dessert by frying bananas till they are caramelised and top with ice-cream and caramel or maple sauce. An absolute winner.
Abundance bowls are the perfect meal to use up whatever you have in your fridge or pantry. Don’t let the ingredient list fool you, this is super quick and easy recipe to prepare!
With a gluten-free option, this easy to prepare, super tasty, spicy, and crunchy recipe is also good for you! What’s not to love about our Spicy Fried Noodle Salad?
Make an Easter nest surprise. Step 1. Make an Easter treat with a chocolaty surprise and share with friends and family. Don’t forget to take a picture and tag Chang’s #cookingwithchangs
Our famous Original Fried Noodles and ice cream? What's not to love?
Serves: Makes 4-6
Made with Changs Eggs Noodles, which are versatile in a stir-fry, soups and even salads. Chang’s noodles carry the Heart Foundation Tick of approval for contributing to a balanced diet.
Ah, spring, what would we do without you and your delicious aromas, seasonal vegetables and extra hours of daylight?
A simple, tasty, healthy recipe using our Rice Vermicelli Noodles and Hoisin, Soy, and Sesame oil sauces. Beautiful and really speaks to the season!
Serves: Makes 20
Garlic Lamb with Shitake and Sesame: swap out the lamb for beef or chicken if desired
Line the base and sides of an 20cm square cake pan with baking paper. Prepare all the ingredients, cutting glacé cherries and large marshmallows with scissors. Then place all the ingredients in a bowl.
Thai prawns tossed into Chang’s Super Low Cal Noodles, mixed with bean sprout and ginger, with Changs fish sauce to serve.
Marinate Salmon with Changs Soy Sauce and Changs Hoisin Sauce and fry with honey. Mix with cucumber, capsicum, green beans and ribbon noodles
Spicy curry noodle soup with chicken and sweet potato - Boil sliced chicken, chilli, coconut milk and Changs fish sauce together, slowly adding sweet potato, peas and onion and edamame beans
Add the noodles, cabbage, carrot, green shallot, mint and coriander to the chicken and gently toss to combine. Drizzle with dressing and gently toss to combine. Add the sesame seeds to taste
Melt white chocolate, milk and butter over a low heat and pour over a baking tray covered in Changs Gluten Free Fried Noodles. Leave to chill until set. Enjoy!
Nothing starts a meal better than San Choy Bau and this year it will bring you luck as well. Use our recipe to serve 4 (a lucky number during the Year of the Dog), while the green of the lettuce cups is also very lucky this year.
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