Quorn satay noodles

Quorn Satay Noodles

Are you a ravenous carnivore? Yup, me too, but bear with me. While I have no intentions of giving up the meaty loveliness anytime soon, I think its good to give yourself a wee break every now and again. If you’ve never tried Quorn before, give it a go – it’s surprisingly yummy, high in protein and low in fat . The chicken pieces and fillets are my favourite and the mince is pretty good too. Give the sausages a miss though – they taste more like sawdust than sausages.

Ingredients

250g Quorn chicken style pieces, defrosted (they defrost in the microwave in 2 minutes)

1tbsp veg oil

2tbsps red Thai curry paste

2tbsps crunchy peanut butter

2tbsps concentrated coconut cream (If you use the thinner coconut cream than comes in a tin, use half a tin)

2tbsps dark soy sauce

300g udon noodles, straight from the pack

200ml water

3 spring onions, sliced

Method

Heat the oil in a large pan, add the quorn pieces and cook for a few minutes. Add in the curry paste, peanut butter, coconut cream, soy sauce and water. Add the udon noodles to the sauce and let everything bubble and simmer away for ten minutes. Take off the heat and add the sliced spring onions. Serve up and enjoy.

Serves 2

2 Comments

  1. Shaniqua Marie

    Mmm, this sounds delicious

  2. theglasgowscullery

    Thanks Shanique, it was really yummy 😀

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