Monday, June 28, 2010

Fried Noodles with Seafood in XO Sauce

This is one quick noodle I cooked for lunch using homemade XO Sauce . This sauce is really versatile as I like using it in my noodles and also in stir-fried dishes. You can make this sauce at home but for convenience, it is available in most Asian Supermarkets. There are many varieties of Chinese Noodles but for this I used the fresh yellow noodles. If you can’t find this kind of noodles you can just use spaghetti.


22 comments:

Jess @ Bakericious said...

the noodle looks delicious, like spore prawn noodle!

Angie's Recipes said...

Love XO sauce...it goes so well with all the stir-fries!

Jo said...

I love noodle dishes and this with XO sounds so delicious. Love the big prawns as well .. yummy!

AhTee said...

Wow~the appearance is so tempting~
Yummy~

ReeseKitchen said...

Oh its just simple and yummy...I like this. I always fried noodles or rice when I'm lazy, its fast...haha! You've gave me a good idea for tomorrow's dinner..haha! Thanks Gert..;)

Pete said...

Wahhhh, XO sauce really nice leh!

busygran said...

I have never tried XO sauce in my cooking. I am quite skeptical about using it. Since your noodles look so yummy, perhaps I will buy a jar the next supermart visit.

Lyndsey said...

I haven't tried XO sauce. This looks good, I'll have to try it.

wendyywy @ Table for 2 or more..... said...

XO sauce taste sort of sweetish.
I like to eat it off the spoon :p
or with plain congee

Jennifurla said...

Very simple is right, I will be trying this very soon

Sayantani said...

another delish noodle dish from you. love it. but we wont get Xo sauce here. between also tried your pineapple fried rice. was absolutely delightful. will post soon. thanks for sharing these dear.

pigpigscorner said...

I haven't had XO sauce in so long! Thanks for reminding me! Looks so good!

3 hungry tummies said...

This is such a simple and delicious dish! Love x.o sauce!

Rice Palette said...

This looks really good!! Great use of the XO sauce!

Sonia (Nasi Lemak Lover) said...

simple and tempting noodles.

Beachlover's Kitchen said...

your mee look really good!! like mee mamak!! I never cook wt XO sauce b4...one day I must buy one bottle and try cooking at home!

tigerfish said...

This is like the Hokkien Noodles we get in Singapore but you upped it by using XO sauce :)

Anncoo said...

Looks so good and really like Hokkien noodles.

ICook4Fun said...

Jess, mmmmm I would love to try out Singapore noddles one day.

Angie, yes I used it very often.

Jo, yes the big prawns look very appetizing :)

AhTee, thanks.

Reese, yes this is what I cooked if I want something quick for lunch or dinner.

Pete, thanks.

Busygran, I am sure you will love the XO sauce.

ICook4Fun said...

Lyndsey, thank you.

Wendy, I never try it with plain congee. I will make some congee when the weather get a bit cooler. Now is just too hot for congee.

Jennifurla, hope you like this.

Sayantani, looking forward to see your pineapple rice at your blog.

Pigpigscorner, thanks.

3 hungry tummies, me too :)

Rice Palette, yes they were great with anything.

Sonia, thanks.

Lesley, I cooked the XO Sauce as the store bought one was just too expensive. The smallest bottle cost over $6

Tigerfish, i have yet to try out Singapore Noodles.

Anncoo, mmmm now I am getting more curious about the Singapore Hokkien Noodles :) :)

noobcook said...

looks good ... I have to try your xo sauce recipe one day :)

Christelle said...

Quick, super tasty and crunchy, lovely!! :)