Perfect for any night of the week, these yummy recipes with Hokkien noodles are sure-fire crowd-pleasers.
Oh, and they’re crazy easy to make too!
You know those nights when you just can’t decide what to make for dinner? We’ve all been there!
Well, say hello to your new best friend – Hokkien noodles.
These versatile noodles are terrific in stir-fries, one-pot meals, and even Bolognese!
So the next time you’re at a loss and staring blankly in the fridge, give these recipes with Hokkien noodles a try. You won’t regret it!
20 Best Hokkien Noodles Recipes
This delicious and easy-to-make stir fry is sure to please even the pickiest of eaters.
It’s made with chicken, Hokkien noodles, vegetables, and soy sauce and can be on the table in just 20 minutes.
Plus, it’s a great way to use up any leftover chicken you might have.
Spicy beef noodles are super delicious and perfect for a weeknight dinner.
The ingredient list may look long, but it’s mostly pantry staples. And I bet you have a bunch on hand already.
The stir-fry sauce ensures the beef stays tender, and the chili paste gives it a fiery kick.
Serve this dish with a cold beer to tame the heat.
The ginger in this dish provides such a pleasant warmth, while the scallions add a touch of sweetness.
The Hokkien noodles are the perfect vehicle for all those flavors. Every bite is fully loaded and to die for.
Trust me, once you try this dish, you’ll never look back.
And if you’re looking for serving suggestions, I like to eat them with a side of steamed broccoli or roasted carrots.
Are you in the mood for something spicy, savory, and oh-so-satisfying? Then you need to try this recipe.
Kimchi is a traditional Korean dish of fermented cabbage and spices, and it adds a delicious tangy flavor to anything it touches.
It takes some time to make (though that’s mostly hands-off while it ferments), so I usually buy it ready-made.
That way, you can just get a small amount and use it whenever the craving strikes.
Serve these tangy, spicy, umami-rich noodles with a fried egg on top, or swap out the chicken for shrimp if you want something a little different.
5. Easy Lo Mein
If you’re in the mood for some delicious, homemade Chinese food but don’t want to spend hours in the kitchen, you can’t beat this easy lo mein recipe.
It’s packed with flavor and can be on the table in less than 30 minutes.
Plus, it’s a terrific way to use up any vegetables you have lingering in your fridge. Just throw them all into the pan and let the magic happen.
And if you’re feeling extra lazy, you can even use pre-cooked noodles.
Trying to come up with something new for dinner can be a daunting task.
However, with a bit of creativity, even the most mundane ingredients can be transformed into a delicious meal.
Case in point – this amazing stir-fry recipe. It’s full of tender strips of beef, crisp vegetables, and Hokkien noodles, all tossed in a savory sauce.
Yum, yum, yum!
If you’re not a natural in the kitchen (i.e., you need a recipe for everything), you’ll want to bookmark this noodle formula.
If you can memorize this simple combination of ingredients, you’ll have dinner ready in a flash any night of the week.
Noodles, protein, veggies, and a sauce is as basic as it gets, but the flavors and textures can change with every meal.
From chicken and steak to shrimp and tofu, there’s so many amazing combos to try. And they never get old!
Here’s one hearty yet healthy meal that you’ll crave again and again.
The flavors are layered beautifully, thanks to the succulent beef and fresh broccoli.
It’s just what you need to get your daily serving of vegetables.
Top it with some sesame seeds and green onions. Delish!
Who’s in the mood for a fun and exciting twist on the classic Italian dish? I know I am!
This gem of a recipe is super unique, combining classic spag bol with scrumptious spicy pork and Asian flavors.
If you’re not a fan of pork, feel free to substitute it with beef or chicken. Or keep it vegan with some tasty tofu crumbles.
Thai peanut noodles are my all-time favorite noodle dish.
Peanut butter provides a rich, creamy base for the sauce, while red chili flakes add a touch of heat.
It’s a delightful blend of flavors that works well with most proteins.
Though I like it best with spicy chicken!
Between the maple syrup, soy sauce, and sesame oil, the dressing for this is the perfect blend of sweet and savory.
Pair it with slightly bitter broccolini and honey-marinated tofu, and this is such a tasty dinner.
Bok choy brings some bright buttery goodness to the mix, and the noodles offer a nice chewy finish. Yum!
12. Teriyaki Noodles
Teriyaki noodles are the perfect meal for those who love take-out but don’t love the greasy aftermath.
This dish is light and refreshing but still juicy and tasty.
It’s also easy to customize. You can add your favorite veggies or protein to make your own.
And there’s no need to worry about leftovers, either. These noodles just get better with time.
If you need a simple noodle dish that’s always a hit, you can’t beat these supreme noodles.
They’re quite simple and pleasantly mild (not spicy), but they’re super tasty and easy to make.
They’re ideal for busy weeknights when you need something last-minute. And they’re even better as a sneaky midnight snack.
Stir-fried prawns with pork belly and vegetables is the noodle dish you never knew you needed.
That smoky bacon flavor really makes the juicy shrimp pop. I swear, they’re a match made in heaven.
Flavored with a quick sauce and tasty spices, not only is this flavorful and easy to make, but it’s also sure to impress your guests.
Do you love chicken satay as much as I do?
The succulent chunks of chicken, the rich peanut sauce, the fragrant spices…it’s no wonder this is one of the most popular Thai recipes around.
But there’s no need to order take-out.
Thanks to this recipe, you can have delicious and authentic satay chicken noodles on the table in just 30 minutes!
So why not give it a try tonight? Serve it with crunchy egg rolls, and you’re good to go!
Nothing says “I love you” like a home-cooked meal.
And after one bite of this unique and spicy stir fry recipe, you’ll certainly fall head over heels.
The hardest part about this dish is deciding whether to serve it over rice or noodles.
But either way, you’ll swoon at the tender beef and heavenly spices.
So go ahead and give it a try – after all, the best way to someone’s heart is through their stomach.
Sticky honey-soy chicken with meaty mushrooms is the kind of comforting meal you’ll want after a long day at work.
It’s super quick to prep and cooks up just as fast.
It’s bright, full of fresh crunchy veggies, and loaded with nutrients. What more could you ask?
There’s nothing like a warm bowl of soup on a cold day. So, here’s a tasty recipe to keep in your back pocket.
All you need is a pot, some noodles, chicken, and your favorite vegetables. Pretty easy, huh?
I sometimes swap the chicken for seafood when I want a lighter meal. But I bet it would work with tofu too.
And if you’re looking for a more traditional experience, you can even make your own broth using bones and spices.
This dish is packed with flavor. From the chewy noodles to the kimchi and vegetables, it’s hard to pick the best part.
Okay, that’s not true. The sliced, crunchy Japanese nori sheets on top are my jam!
It also doesn’t hurt that this is a one-pan meal, so cleanup is a breeze.
Serve this with a fried egg for breakfast, and you’ll be stuffed until after lunch. Or throw on some grilled chicken or shrimp for an easy and scrummy dinner.
Laksa is a Southeast Asian noodle dish usually garnished with cilantro, bean sprouts, and lemongrass.
It can be made with either chicken, shrimp, or tofu, and it’s full of creamy coconut milk.
It’s rich, warming, and full of yummy spices.
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