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Low-Calorie Vegetarian Tangy Noodles

If you're vegetarian and sick of the lack of options at hawker centers, this is your sign to grab Hup Huat's Ramen Noodles and recreate this delicious recipe!

Why you’ll love this Low-Cal Vegetarian Tangy Noodles Recipe

  • It’s fast! You just toss the leeks, spring onion, and minced garlic in oil, let it rest, then introduce the noodles in it along with a splash of light soy sauce and oyster sauce. It takes 15 minutes or less

  • It’s easy to change to suit your tastes, such as adding hot chili sauce or sugar

  • These noodles are certified to be the healthier alternative compared to other noodles on the shelves! Not only is it lower in sodium, but it is also higher in whole grains! After all, what packs a punch more than a meal that is nutritious and delicious

  • Suitable for local tongues, while also being low-cal!!!


Serves 1

  • 1 portion Sun Brand Ramen Noodle

  • 2 tbsp Chinese Black Vinegar

  • 1 tbsp Light Soya Sauce 1 tbsp

  • Chopped Spring Onion

  • 1 tsp Oyster Sauce

  • Minced Garlic

  • Crispy Leek

  • 200ml Neutral Oil

Cooking Steps

  1. Heat the neutral oil in a pot and add in leeks and spring onion to infuse over low heat

  2. Fry until crispy and set the neutral oil. crispy leeks, and spring onion aside for assembly

  3. Blanch 1 portion of Sun Brand Ramen noodle till it softens and set aside

  4. Bring a pot of water to a rolling boil and poach a fresh egg for 6 mins covered off the heat

  5. Assemble noodles with seasoning and topping. Adjust to your liking, add more vinegar for a sour taste. Add less leek oil for a dryer taste

  6. Break the poached egg over the noodle and mix it before eating

Tips and notes

  • If you’d like to make this noodle spicy, add a tablespoon of sambal chili

  • Traditionally, this noodle dish includes a teaspoon of sugar and you can toss the noodle with the sauces in a heated wok till the sugars melt

  • Be sure to wash and pat dry the spring onions thoroughly. They will splatter when added into hot oil if not dried properly


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