These Ginger Soy Stir Fry Chinese Noodles are a simple homemade way to enjoy your favorite take-out food. Made with fresh, flavorful, wholesome ingredients like vegetables, rice noodles and a sticky soy ginger sauce then topped with salmon. This copycat take out recipe is comfort food at it’s best!
This tasty recipe is sponsored by Blue Circle Foods.
How To Make Homemade Chinese Noodles
Great ingredients, a hot wok, a bit of preparation and you can make your favorite Chinese Take-Out at home! Noodles, fresh vegetables, flavorful sauce and to add some fun, Blue Circle Foods Happy Fish.
Happy Fish are made with sustainably-raised Atlantic Salmon, salt and white pepper. No antibiotics, added hormones, GMOs or synthetic dyes. This makes Happy Fish a great option for your family meals. The fun fish shape make these a HUGE hit with the kids!
Happy Fish is a new product that can be found in the frozen seafood section at Whole Foods.
One of the best things about Happy Fish is that they can be cooked in so many ways, in 3 minutes or less. Oh, and they are cooked from frozen. So if you’re like me and forget to take your protein out to thaw. . .Happy Fish to the rescue!
Serve with rice, noodles, veggies or just let the kiddos dip them like they would fish sticks.
Pure simple ingredients without fillers, preservatives or additives. Happy Fish are good for your family and better for the environment.
I love that Blue Circle Foods sources the most responsibly and sustainably-raised and wild-caught fish. Their goal is to inspire real change in the seafood industry to ensure healthier fish, healthier people and healthier oceans.
What kind of noodles are used in stir fry?
I like to use rice noodles because you can soak them in hot water while prepping the vegetables. But, if you prefer regular pasta that will work just as well. Prepare the pasta according to package instructions (al dente) then just follow the recipe for these stir fry noodles.
Ingredients needed for Ginger Soy Stir Fry Chinese Noodles:
- Happy Fish
- Rice Noodles (linguine)
- Yellow & Red Bell Peppers
- Green Cabbage
- Soy Sauce
- Sesame Oil
The sauce is what takes this meal to the next level. For serving I combine equal parts honey and soy sauce for a little extra drizzling. My daughter enjoyed dipping her Happy Fish into this mixture as well.
Next time you’re craving take-out, skip the msg and questionable seafood. Make these Homemade Chinese Noodles and stay in.
Nutrition Information Yield 6 Serving Size 1
Amount Per Serving Calories 344 Total Fat 17g Saturated Fat 2g Trans Fat 0g Unsaturated Fat 14g Cholesterol 16mg Sodium 870mg Carbohydrates 39g Fiber 4g Sugar 21g Protein 14g