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Singapore Noodles

Singapore Noodles is a delicious stir-fry dish loaded with prawns, chicken, and an assorted range of veggies, tossed in a spicy, curry-infused sauce. The name may suggest an origin from the southeast Asian country, but these noodles hail from Hong Kong and are loved for their light, springy texture and robust flavor. This unique dish is sure to add diversity to your menu with its rich mix of ingredients, many of which you can freely substitute to your liking. Singapore Noodles, with its vibrant combination of taste, texture, and aesthetics, is perfect for exploring gastronomic delight at your dinner table.
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IN HEAT & SERVE MEALS & SIDES
145
CAL / 100G
$0.35
AVG / OZ
Singapore Noodles
62%
CARBS
25%
FAT
13%
PROTEIN
Singapore Noodles FAQ
What are Singapore Noodles?
What ingredients are needed to make Singapore Noodles?
Can I substitute the meat in the recipe?
What is the best way to prepare the noodles?
How do I prevent the noodles from becoming too soggy?
Can I adjust the spiciness level of the dish?
How do I prevent the vegetables from becoming too mushy?
Can I make this dish ahead of time or store leftovers?
Expiration & Storage Tips
When does Singapore Noodles expire?
Store-bought, unopened Singapore Noodles typically last for about two weeks past the printed expiration date, as long as they are stored in a cool, dry place. Once opened, they should ideally be consumed within 3-4 days if kept in the refrigerator. If frozen, these noodles can last up to 8 months. If you've made fresh Singapore Noodles at home, they will safely keep for 2-3 days in the refrigerator. Note: Cooked noodles must be properly refrigerated within two hours of preparation to extend its shelf life.
How do you tell if Singapore Noodles is bad?
Spoiled Singapore Noodles will emit an off smell, this is a clear sign they have gone bad. The color of the noodles may also slightly darken or become dull. Another indication of spoiled noodles is a change in texture; if they've become extraordinarily slimy or sticky, it's best to discard them. Remember, if in doubt, throw it out!
Tips for storing Singapore Noodles to extend shelf life
• Always store Singapore Noodles in an airtight container or plastic wrap to prevent cross-contamination and the growth of bacteria. • If you’re looking to extend shelf life, consider freezing them; just be sure to use freezer-safe containers or bags. • Properly label your containers with the date and contents before storing them in the fridge or freezer. This will help you keep track of its freshness. • If keeping noodles in the pantry, ensure it's a cool, dry, and dark place as light can accelerate their perishability. • It's most beneficial to separate your noodles into individual portions before refrigerating or freezing. This way you can defrost or heat only what you need, preventing exposure of the whole batch to temperature changes more times than required.
Health Info
Macros
35g
CARBS
14g
FAT
7g
PROTEIN
Allowed on these diets
LOW FAT
HIGH CALCIUM
VEGETARIAN
VEGAN
LACTOSE FREE
GLUTEN FREE
Contains these allergens
SOYBEANS
WHEAT
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