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Noodles Tossed with Egg and Sausage Strips

This noodle dish is fresh and light, and comes with simple instructions.You can do it too, all the greens are the highlight and more details are in the ingredient section below. The eggs and sausages were cut into strips, this is the finished look, since it will be combined with a light fish sauce mix to be eaten dry.


Ingredients
: a package of rice noodles - enough for 4 servings. 6 large eggs beat and seasoned to taste, one pack of Vietnamese sausage, 1 bunch of red leaf lettuce, 1bunch peppermint, scallions, and 2 cucumbers.

Preparation: Use care when boiling the noodles, depending on the brand, less is better. Put the noodle package in a large pot. Pour water in enough to cover and bring to a boil. In the mean time cut all your veggies into 1/4 inch strips, the lettuce, cucumber, and peppermint, then set it a side.
Let's make the sauce, everyone has different ways, but I choose the easy way. Just mix your fish sauce with hot water 3 table spoons of water to 1 tablespoon of fish sauce {it is 3to1 so you can make more if you like}, stir in a teaspoon of hot pepper paste, 1 teaspoon of and set it aside.
Beat the eggs and fry them thin, then cut the eggs and the pre-made sausage into long strips too.
Toss all the ingredients together or arrange them like the picture and then toss all together, slowly pour in some fish sauce and enjoy.


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14 comments :

  1. I love the veggies you used on this one. Pasta is such a versatile ingredient. You can make it in so many ways.

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  2. So healthy and yummy. Looks delicious.

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  3. This sure looks tasty. I wish my printer worked so I could use the coupons. :-)

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  4. oh cool... i love noodles... the real one not the instant that i usually buy from the grocery where i put in microwave or with boiling water. thanks for sharing.

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  5. That looks delicious and so easy to make. It would make a great summer dinner. I like online coupons and print them out frequently.

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  6. Looks terrific to me. I love all kinds of Asian food. I've been using coupons my entire life. Long before there were online coupons, my friends who didn't use theirs from the Sunday papers brought theirs to me. I would sometimes save $100 on one grocery visit.

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  7. @Katerina It's a good thing for the noodles to be so versatile, because we consume so much of rice noodles and pastas.

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  8. @Poetic ShutterbugIt's pretty healthy and delicious with some fish sauce.

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  9. @Judy Sheldon-WalkerCoupons makes food so much more affordable, hope you get your printer fix soon.

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  10. @ruthiI love some instant noodles too, believe it or not. sometimes I get tire of cooking.

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  11. @SquirrelQueenWe try to eat in more often because it takes too much time to eat out.

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  12. @RNSANEYou are a smart woman, coupons are there for us to stretch the dollar value. That's wonderful the amount you've saved.

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  13. Hi Amanda,
    I just love your Noodle Dish, it looks delicious! Have a great weekend and thank you so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday.
    Come Back Soon!
    Miz Helen

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