Asian Noodles with Ginger, Garlic and Avocado

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Serves: 4
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 5 minutes

560g asian noodle (pre-soaked/cooked as per pack instructions)
2 tsp sesame oil
2 tbsp vegetable oil
2 tbsp ginger (peeled and cut into thin strips)
4 garlic (cloves) sliced
2 tbsp light soy
2 tbsp oyster sauce
2 spring onions (sliced)
2 avocado
½ sprig coriander leafs

  • Heat sesame oil and vegetable oil in a wok or fry pan.
  • Add ginger and garlic, fry gently then add noodles and stir fry.
  • Cut avocado in half, remove seed and skin, cut flesh into chunks.
  • Add onion, avocado, soy and oyster sauce to the noodles and stir fry for a further minute or until all ingredients are combined and hot.
  • Serve and garnish with coriander leafs.
Try with chicken or prawns.
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Lizzi - on 03 November 2009
I always struggled with cooking asian dishes, but this recipe made it a breeze! The avocado gave it a great modern touch and a 'fresh' taste. Fantastic feedback all around the family dinner table - will definately be making this one again.
sally_jo - on 07 April 2010
Yes I agree with Lizzi - very fresh tasting. It was amazing to see my uber fussy fiance eating his greens haha. Thanks for the recipe.
Belinda - on 21 June 2012
can't wait to try this one
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