This is another easy variation of veggies and noodles with a similar Asian-style sauce. This is a great recipe for kids since almost all kids love noodles, and I like to add kid-friendly veggies. You can use Maifun rice stick noodles (found in Asian/International aisle) or angel hair pasta, and any combination of veggies will work. Another really good addition to this dish are frozen edamame soybeans. The water chestnuts add some crunch!
1 pkg Maifun rick sticks (or angel hair pasta)
1 small can water chestnuts, drained
4 Tblsp soy sauce or tamari
1 Tblsp rice vinegar
1 1/2 tsp toasted sesame oil or olive oil
(Plus garlic powder & powdered ginger)
Chop veggies and boil 5-6 min until al dente, then drain.
Cook Maifun noodles in boiling water approx. 4 min.
Spray large skillet with cooking spray and stir fry veggies for a minute or two.
Add noodles and sauce and simmer a few minutes.
(Note: The Maifun noodles may need to be broken up a bit into smaller pieces)
It’s fun to eat this with chopsticks!