Fried ramen with Egg and shredded Vegetable

Making noodles in soup is probably the easiest preparation, but there are times when I just crave for some fried noodles. Even as lazy as I am, my cravings often win.

However, the lazy me is not ready to go through so much hard work just yet. Here's my very quick fix for fried ramen.

What I had ready:
1 serving of Vit's fresh ramen,
1 egg, lightly beaten
A handful of shredded cabbage and carrot taken from a packet of coleslaw*
A tablespoon of light soy sauce mixed with 2 tablespoons water
Some ground coriander seeds
Some chilli flakes
A few sprigs of spring onion from the garden, roughly chopped

What I did in about 10 minutes:
- Pour boiling hot water over the ramen, fluff to loosen then drain and put aside.
- Heat oil in wok.
- Fry the egg on high heat, quickly cut into small pieces.
- Chuck in the shredded cabbage and carrot, stir fry with the egg.
- Add in the soy sauce mix, then quickly throw in the ramen.
- Stir and toss the ramen so that it is nicely coated with the soy sauce.
- Heat off.
- Whilst it's till hot, add in the coriander seeds and chilli flakes and mix well.
- Place into a serving plate and sprinkle the spring onion over.

Done.

*To make sure that I have vegetable sides regularly, I like to buy some pre-shredded coleslaw without the dressing, but I can never really finish whilst it's still fresh. using some of it to cook with fried noodles or fried rice seems to be a goos solution.


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