Korean-style Chicken Noodle Bowl

19 reviews, 4.3 star(s). 95% would make again

Ready in 25 minutes

Very bold flavor yet easy


1 pound Pasta; spagetti or like
1 pound Boneless skinless chicken breast; sliced thin
1 teaspoon Ground ginger
2 tablespoon Soy sauce
1 tablespoon Rice wine
-- SAUCE --
1 piece Ginger; 1" piece grated
4 cloves Garlic; grated
1/4 cup Dark Soy Sauce; tamari
3 tablespoon Honey; or agave
2 tablespoon Tomato paste
2 tablespoon Rice wine
1 tablespoon Sesame Oil
1 teaspoon Sweet Fire; or asian hot sauce
-- STIR-FRY --
2 tablespoon Vegetable oil
1/4 medium Cabbage; thinly shredded
1 small Red bell pepper; thinly sliced
1 bunch Scallion; diagonally sliced thin
Sesame seeds; toasted

Original recipe makes 4 Servings



- Combine sliced chicken 1 t. ground ginger, 2 T. Soy sauce 1 T. Rice wine in a small bowl and set aside (10 min)

- Cook pasta to al dente in salted water

- Drain and set aside

- While pasta is boiling combine 1/4 cup pasta water with all sauce ingredients

- Mix till smooth

- Heat oil in large fry pan to high (till oil just starts to smoke)

- Add chicken and marinade to pan

- Distribute chicken in the pan evenly and let brown 4 min untouched

- Stir chicken and add cabbage cook 3 min stirring frequently

- Add red peppers, stir-fry for 2 min

- Add scallions and Sauce, toss for 1 min till slightly thickened

- Serve noodles in a bowl with sauce poured over

- Top with toasted sesame seeds


Also try with Boneless pork chops or tenderloin sliced thin

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Yes this goes in "favourites", everyone agrees. For quick prep you could do the cutting ahead and refrigerate overnight. Then it tosses together with ease.
nametabj 2m ago

I made this with thinly sliced pork chops, and used chili-garlic sauce for the hot sauce. It was perfect - my daughter kept saying "yum" after every bite. I think it was just the right amount of boldness, so that it did not overwhelm the kids, but satisfied the adults at the same time.
jdriemeyer 1y ago

Loved it. . Added chillies to get the spice and heat, need to add more next time. Loved it
clairepageball 2y ago

Amazing! Very very good.
wurstel 2y ago

Very good! Like the mix of sweet and spicy!!
Valerie411 2y ago

It was okay. Lot of prep work and too much to do on a week night for me again. We used thai chili paste instead of the hot sauce and tasted just right between hot and mild.
Moctavious 2y ago

Was a big hit. Didn't have chilli sauce so put in qtr tspoon of chilli powder which seems to have worked fine. We had it with egg fried rice so next time will try the noodles.
karakorum17 2y ago

Excellent! Had to sub dry sherry for rice wine and used a bag of frozen vegs for ease. Whole family liked it and the recipe is defiantly a keeper.
Jldozer 2y ago

This was very tasty. There are a lot of ingredients and steps though so I suggest all ingredients be prepared to use before starting to cook.
MaryJayn 2y ago

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