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Chicken wok with noodles
Chicken wok with noodles
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Chicken stir-fries are healthy, delicious and quick to prepare, and can be adapted to suit all tastes.

Ingredient List for 4 servings:
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500 gr Noodles
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400 gr Chicken fillets
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1 big Carrots
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1 big Red paprika
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40 gr Baby corn
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2 tablespoons Soy sauce
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4 tablespoons Water
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2 tablespoons Olive oil
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50 gr Mushrooms
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0,5 teaspoon Salt
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2 tablespoons Chicken teriyaki spices
Instructions:
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Peal the carrot and cut them in pieces.
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Rinse and cut the mushrooms, baby corn and the paprika in pieces.
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Cut the chicken fillets in small pieces.
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Fry the chicken in a frying pan and add the salt and the chicken teriyaki spices. Mix it together and put it in a bowl on the side.
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Fry the vegetables in a frying pan in some olive oil.
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Boil water for the noodles in a casserole when the vegetables are almost done. Put the noodles in the casserole during 4 minutes.
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Pour away the water from the noodles.
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Add the chicken and the vegetables in the casserole with the noodles.
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Add water and soy sauces in the casserole and mix it all. Heat it up and serve it warm.
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