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!
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.
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!)
An easy to prepare, soon to be family favourite! Stir-fry Bok Choy, Beef and noodles. Sensational.
Garlic Lamb with Shitake and Sesame: swap out the lamb for beef or chicken if desired
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.
For a quick and easy meal to munch on while waiting for the main course you can’t go past a Chang’s stir fry. The Broccolini brings the luck with the green and the cashews bring a satisfying crunch into the mix.
Crispy Fried Chicken Noodle Salad - what's not to love?
Asian style steamed scallops in a flavourful dinner party entrée
Quick and easy fix for that leftover Christmas turkey!
Prep and cooking time: 25 minutes
A quick and easy meat - free stir fry!
Prep and cooking time: 15 minutes
These twice cooked prawns make a great entrée or light midweek meal.
Prep and cooking time: 1 hour
Stir Fried Prawns and Vegetables with Hoisin
Marinating time: 30 minutes
Stir Fried Noodles with Chinese Sausage and Pippies. An unusual but easy noodle recipe.
Prep and cooking time: 45 mins
Stir Fried Hoisin marinated chicken, cooked with lots of fresh herbs and vermicelli noodles
Korean Beef Chap Chae served with bean thread noodles.
Prep and cooking time: 30 minutes
Marinating time: 2+ hours
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