Make a seafood noodle with classic Asian flavour combination. The bone broth powder will take this mason jar instant noodle to the next level. This is a great recipe for meal prep, portable work lunch, and taking to camping.
Course Main Course
Prep Time 10minutes
Cook Time 5minutes
Total Time 15minutes
6large sustainable shrimps
pinch ofsea salt to taste
pinch ofground black pepper to taste
1garlic clove, minced
2tsphealthy cooking fat of choice(butter, ghee, coconut oil, avocado oil, tallow or lard)
2tsporganic chicken bone broth powder(use my discount code YANG10 for 10% off)
1 1/2cuphot water
Make Sautéed Shrimps
Marinade shelled raw shrimps with 1 clove of minced garlic, salt and pepper to taste.
Heat the healthy cooking fat of your choice (such as butter, lard or coconut oil) in a heavy bottom pan (I use cast iron), then cook marinaded shrimps along with minced garlic until the shrimps are pink and cooked through, about 2 minutes on each side. The minced garlic should be very fragrant.
Assemble Noodle Jar
Place cooked noodles of your choice in the bottom of a 1 litre mason jar. I use shirataki noodles and wild fern root noodles in the photos of this recipe. Shirataki noodles are ready to use out of package. Wild fern root noodles need to be cooked first, see instruction in notes below. If using other noodles, be sure to cook them according to package instruction first.
Layer on top of the cooked noodles the following ingredients: cooked corns, raw enoki mushroom, dried wakame, chicken bone broth powder (use my discount code YANG10 for 10% off), sea salt, garlic powder, green onions, and sautéed shrimps. Make sure to add all the fried minced garlic as well as the fat the garlic and shrimps were cooked in to the mason jar.
Store assembled noodle jars in the fridge for up to 4 days.
Serve Instant Noodles
Pre-made noodle jars can be served as a quick meal at home or a portable meal to work, picnic and camping. Add 1.5 cup of hot water to the mason jar, shake well until all the seasoning dissolve, then serve.
Additional instructions for cooking fern root noodles: soak the dry fern root noodles in warm water until softened, boil 3 to 5 minutes in hot water, then rinse in cold water.
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