Beef & Chicken Singapore noodles

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September 3, 2014

Beef & Chicken Singapore noodles 5 0 5 6
  • Prep: 10 mins
  • Cook: 4 hrs
  • 10 mins

    4 hrs

    4 hrs 10 mins

  • Yields: 4

Ingredients

1 piece of steak

1 chicken fillet

4 Spring onion

1 Capsicum

2 celery stalks

2 carrots

1/2 tin Baby corn

1tsp curry powder

1tsp garlic

1/2tsp ginger

1/4 cup Soy sauce

2tbs oyster sauce

1tbs vegeta (chicken stock)

1tsp sesame oil

3 squares of rice noodles

1/2cup frozen peas

Cook on low for 3hrs, then add 1cup of water and the noodles for another hour.

Directions

1Add everything to cooker EXCEPT noodles and water

2Cook for 3 hours on LOW

3Add noodles

4Add water

5Cook on LOW for a further 1 hour 🙂

Submitted by Brooke Clack

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26 Reviews

Hilary

July 23, 2021

Tried this recipe and loved it, although I used teriyaki sauce not oyster as I had no oyster in the cupboard

A quick google check tells me they often come in packs of 4 squares that are 250g total, but some up to 400g for 4 squares. So I’d say around 65g – 100g for a square would be a rough guess 🙂

Diane

July 19, 2021

My rice noodles do not come in square form , Does anyone know how much i would add? Also the ginger, can it be in powder form? Thank you

I use thin hokien noodles 🙂

Samantha

March 1, 2021

Is rice vermicelli ok to use? If not, what is the best noodles? Making this today

Jayne

February 23, 2021

I’m really lost about what noodles are best to use… can anyone share what they used that worked well? Brand, screen shot maybe? Thankyou 😊

Rick

February 21, 2021

Ok going to give it a go today. Looks yumm. Yes I’ll add egg and extra curry and turmeric too

Lyn Douglass

February 20, 2021

Thank you Brooke for sharing your recipe. It was absolutely delicious, enjoyed by all and even the grand children went back for seconds leaving a completely empty slow cooker – all I had to do was wash it out lol!! It’s an easy to follow, very flavoursome recipe and will definitely be doing many more times in our household.

Many have added some cooked egg to it yep 🙂 Scramble and slice then add

Claudia Nulliah

November 7, 2020

So is there egg in this or not lm just reading comments ,lm getting ingredients as we speak ,using beef though as daughter doesn’t eat chicken & dont have rice noodles hope that’s ok ,just using what l have already in pantry!!

Lisa Soligo

April 26, 2020

Wow, had no ideal noodles could taste so good in the slow cooker! I followed the recipe, but added the extra curry powder and also tumeric as suggested. My slow cooker cooks fast so only cooked for 2 hours before adding noodles and water, then cooked for half an hour and it was perfect. I used 3 squares of rice vermicilli noodles and it was the perfect amount. Feed 5 adults easy. Will definitely make again.

Jo Jacobsen

April 24, 2020

Can this be frozen?

Patricia

November 2, 2018

Cab I ask when do you add the egg please ?

Patricia

November 1, 2018

At what point would
You add the egg?

Jacqui

October 24, 2018

Can someone tell me the approximate weight of meat used for this dish, thanks in advance

I would 🙂

Maureen Quinn

April 7, 2018

Do you slice the beef and chicken before putting in slow cooker?

Amanda

March 4, 2018

This meal is amazing I cook it all the time and its so easy!! I add egg and baby spinach as well, absolutely our favourite!

Denise.

July 29, 2017

Made this today. V wry nice. Would probable do as Charmaine did and add in extra curry next time. Will make again.

sherryl kershaw

March 21, 2017

do you use t-towel under lid ???

Often when you buy them they are in squares 🙂

Carolyn

March 6, 2017

What is a square of noodles please

Judy Mitchell

March 5, 2017

I see egg yum. Looks that good I’m about to make it. Thank’s for sharing the recipe with us all

Charmaine Hetem

March 4, 2017

We love this recipe. I make it often.

I find a need 2 cups of water when using dry noodles.

I add more curry powder as I prefer a stronger curry flavour. I use a tablespoon of curry powder instead of a teaspoon. I also add a teaspoon of tumeric to give it a deeper yellow colour. I find without the tumeric the dish is a bit bland on colour. Overall great flavour and easy to make.

Danni

September 19, 2016

The picture looks like it has egg in it! Is there egg in it?

Roslyn Huxley

January 8, 2016

I used beef and chicken stir fry strips instead, was too lazy to cut the meat up that day but all the same it was really yum! Definitely would do it again 🙂

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