Thursday, 21 February 2013

Quick and easy Soba noodles recipe.

We spent quite a long time on the beach on Monday when Bob was here, and were not back here till he was hungry, so I had to think of something quick, easy and nutritional.

Quick, gluten free, dairy free, egg free as it needs to be.

I am not specifying quantaties here as it is flexible enough to make enough for your size of family.

Bring a pan of water to the boil and add some frozen peas and sweetcorn ( or use tinned and add at end) , bring back to the boil and add enough  Soba noodles to feed you all. Boil for 5 mins and drain.

Meanwhile chop an onion and cut up slices of bacon and add to a heated frying pan, saute gently without browning for two minute, add chopped tomatoes and some sliced smoke pork sausage. Season to suit.

Heat through for 2 minutes and then add to drained noodles and veg.

Serve immediately.

The noodles were supplied by Healthy Supplies, but the recipe idea is my own.

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Each month I’ll be calling for your tasty, wholesome and easy-to-cook recipes that revolve around just three main ingredients. The best of these recipes will be included in a new charity cookbook to be published by SWALLOW later this year.
Kicking off the challenge in February, our first three ingredients are: sausages, onions and tomatoes. What tasty dish could you rustle up with those?

 Any other accompanying ingredients need to be the kind of basic items you’d find in any fridge or store cupboard, such as flour, pasta, rice, milk, eggs and so on. Nothing too fancy like artichoke hearts, preserved lemons or balsamic vinegar please!

My recipe uses the three main ingredients, and other ingredients from the cupboard/freezer. For people who eat gluten then normal spaghetti can be substituted.

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  1. very similar to something I do quite often - a variation I did tonight was pasta, sausage & would've had sweetcorn too if I'd had any - with a bit of olive oil & a few herbs on the kids love it!

    1. it is one of those adaptable recipes Helen, add what you have leave out what you dont like idea. OH is not a pasta lover but will happily eat the G/F noodles.

  2. oooh a very quick recipe great for an after school meal x

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  4. Very similar to our regular pasta bake that I make (which I will get around to blogging one day!) I love dishes that are adaptable like this and we all need a few quick meals for those busy days!

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