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    I normally use them in Asian type dishes or stir frys if they are lying around things like satay chicken, pad thai

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    I haven't read other replies, but my cousin used to make a mince dish, beef mince, homebrand mixed veges, large tin of crushed tomatoes, 2 packs of 2 minute noodles, all homebrand except the mince, which was either on special or reduced to clear. It used to make enough for 2 adults, 2 teenage girls, and a pre-teen boy with enough left for the 2 adults for lunch the next day and another meal for each of them to freeze. He was on a low income ($47k/year) with his wife (my cousin) a sahm, an asd son, and he was too proud to ask for assistance via ftb or even carer's allowance until he got sick and they only had 1 left at home. Budget meals for them!

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    for lunch and snacks i cook the noodles without the flavouring, add them to a bowl with some chopped hame some corn and some egg, the into the pan with a lil big of cooking spray, like little fritata type things. u can add shallots and finely grated carrot in them as well, anything really

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    One of my DD's favourite easy dinners is simply 2 minute noodles with steamed veggies, I usually just use what ever I have available in the fridge (good way to use them up too) and she will devour it, one packet, plus veg will feed us both and allow her 2nds or 3rds

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    Quote Originally Posted by DiamondEyes View Post
    for lunch and snacks i cook the noodles without the flavouring, add them to a bowl with some chopped hame some corn and some egg, the into the pan with a lil big of cooking spray, like little fritata type things. u can add shallots and finely grated carrot in them as well, anything really
    Oh yeah!!! My mums friend used to always make us a 2 minute noodle omelette when she baby sat us, so yummy!

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    i make chicken noodle casserole.

    1 bbq chook shred off all the meat
    2 packets of pre cooked 2min noodles
    1 can of cream of chick soup
    touch if curry powder to add taste

    mix together in casserole dish and cook in 180deg oven for 25mins


 

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