Culinary Hotline - 12 October 2022

Noodles are a quick and easy meal to make any time of the day.

Oodles of noodles

Slightly pimped noodles
2 min
3 minutes
Recipe by:
 Nicole Snelling


1 x 75g Woolies roast lamb flavoured quicksticks oodles


2 slices full cream cheddar flavoured processed cheese
Thinly sliced spring onion
Thinly sliced red chilli

Fancy 2 minute noodles
Serves: 2
Prep: 10 minutes
Cooking: 2 minutes


200g sirloin
2 Tbsp Woolies Asian sesame oil
Woolies crashed garlic, ginger and chilli
2 Tbsp soy sauce
2 x 75g Woolies spicy curry flavoured quicksticks noodles
2 slices slices full cream cheddar flavoured processed cheese
A drizzle of flying goose smokey sriracha sauce
Thinly sliced spring onions, to garnish
Woolies crispy onions, to garnish
Thinly sliced jalapeno, to garnish
1 soft boiled egg


Place your steak in the freezer for 30 minutes to firm it up slightly, this helps when thinly slicing it.
While your steak is chilling add sesame oil to your serving bowl along with some chilli, garlic and ginger, add a dash of soy sauce, giving it all a mix and setting aside to let the flavours marry.
Remove your steak from the freezer and thinly slice it, as thin as possible. Place your steak between 2 sheets of cling wrap and pound with a rolling pin, getting it as thin as possible before adding to your bowl and mixing with the other ingredients.
Prepare your noodles as per the packet instructions on the stove in a pot. Bring the noodles in their broth to a rapid boil and cook until done. While still rapidly boiling pour the noodles and the broth over your steak.
Top with a slice of cheese and drizzle some sriracha sauce over. Garnish with spring onions, crispy onions, thinly sliced jalapenos and finally a half the soft boiled egg, adding half to each bowl. Allow to cool enough that it can be eating without scorching your mouth then serve.

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