Jan and Mark's easy-as noodles

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Jan and Mark's easy-as noodles

The simple recipes are the best and they don't come much more easy than this, but also satisfying.

INGREDIENTS 

Thin yellow oil noodles (in the fridge and precooked from the Tofu shop) 

cucumber

carrot

red onions

garlic(very finely sliced)

fresh coriander

hot chillies (fresh is best but favourite sauce ok)

METHOD

Finely slice the cucumber, carrots, red onions, garlic and chillies.

Warm noodles in microwave then toss everything together.

Add soy sauce, Chinese vinegar, a little malt vinegar and hot mustard to taste.


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