March 30, 2010

Jaden's Noodle Crack


Yes.  Jaden calls this noodle crack....and I totally understand why!!!  Another quick, easy, delicious meal from Steamy Kitchen.  I've become somewhat of a noodle head lately and really, its all Jaden's fault!  All I can think about is what noodle dish of hers I am going to make next.


 I will admit, the Beijing Beef is probably the favorite of these two....but this one could easily become my equal favorite with a little heat added or maybe I could make the Beijing Beef and just use shrimp?  I love some kick in my sugar.  ;)

If you want to try Jaden's noodle recipe make sure to click HERE.  I made my shrimp the way Jaden suggests at the end of her post - and it was absolutely perfect!  Thank you Jaden for making me a happy noodle head.  As a matter of fact, Grumpy is one now too.  He even went back out to the kitchen looking for more and there was none....so he came back into the living room and said to me "you don't usually take that many noodles".  Hmmm, well if that wasn't a hint, I don't know what was.  So yeah, I shared my crack with him....but the next time he might not be so lucky!  ;)

29 comments:

  1. now this is my kind of dinner looks delicious!

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  2. Oh I bet that is fabulous! Looks awesome!

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  3. Looks excellent! I've never tried a Steamy Kitchen recipe, but I see that this one is VERY popular. And I've got a really cheap source of fresh, local caught jumbo shrimp too. Many thanks for sharing.

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  4. I need to open my cookbook and get crackin! :) Looks great!!

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  5. You may just turn me into a noodle head too Shelby:D

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  6. I need to get my rear in gear and try a few of her recipes. I've been wanting to try a burget recipe of hers too. The noodles sound really good, you...you noodle head! LOL

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  7. Several of Jaden's recipes have made it to our meal table and this looks worth a try too..

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  8. Oh yum! I will have to try that recipe soon as Passover ends! I'm all over noodles that are that good!

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  9. Oh yum! I will have to try that recipe soon as Passover ends! I'm all over noodles that are that good!

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  10. The noodles do sound good. I can see why you are addicted! I was going to make these but I don't have fish or oyster sauce!

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  11. oh boy i so need to try some of her recipes. i must be the only one that has not.

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  12. Looks good to me!

    AND I made your irish cream brownies - liked them, LOTS! Husband says "you can make those again". hehe.

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  13. Look out Megan, you WILL become a noodle head! lol. ;)

    Dawn, lets get crackin girl! ;) Or is that stir-fryin'? he he.

    Gail, I'm so glad you and hubby enjoyed the brownies!

    Fallon, fish sauce and oyster sauce are not hard to find. :)

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  14. Oh man, these look so good. Yum!

    +Jessie

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  15. Yum, I can see myself getting hooked on crack pasta!

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  16. This looks wonderful! Can't wait to try it!

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  17. Looks delish! I don't have this cookbook but will look into getting one!

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  18. I made Jaden's Beef & Beijing Sauce tonight because you mentioned it on Facebook a little bit ago! Mmm it was good!

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  19. This does look awsome-we've been on a pasta kick lately; I just need to try Asian style!

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  20. Sounds delicious. I could easily become a happy noodle head! LOL!

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  21. Shelby! All I can say is yum, yum, yum!!!

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  22. I will have to remember this "noodle crack" and save room for it in 5 1/2 weeks once we reach our ETL goals.

    Bon appetite!
    CCR
    =:~)

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  23. This recipe looks delicious and you have inspired me to get this cookbook out and make something soon.

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  24. Noodles and shrimp....my favorite. I will be checking out this recipe for sure. Please share more "noodle crack" recipes!

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  25. This is my very favorite addictive noodle recipe. I usually go with chicken since that is what is often around the kitchen.

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