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Quick Chinese Veggie-Noodle Mashup

Prep Time:

5 minutes

Cook Time:

10 minutes





About the Recipe


  • Spaghetti noodles, leftover if you have them (I usually cook up twice the amount I need so that I don’t have to cook twice.)

  • 1 bag of frozen oriental style veggies

  • Garlic, granulated, to taste

  • Sesame oil, to taste

  • Soy sauce, to taste

  • 2+ tablespoons butter or olive oil

  • Sesame oil, to taste


1.    Warm up the spaghetti by putting it in a colander and running hot water over it.

2.    Either steam or fry up some frozen oriental vegetables from a bag.

3.    After the vegetables are hot, toss the noodles and vegetables in a large hot pan (the one you cooked the vegetables in) with just a little bit of butter or olive oil.

4.    Season to taste with granulated garlic, black pepper, and lots soy sauce. You might use more soy sauce than you are used to, but it will make all the difference in the taste.

5.    Lightly stir and warm everything up together so that the sugars will caramelize a little.

6.    Add a dab of butter at the end for taste and a drizzle of sesame oil for flavor.


Throw in a couple of leftover cooked shrimp or chicken chunks, if you have them, but that is optional. Serve with soy sauce so that everyone can season it to taste. Remember you are using leftover noodles – very EASY and TASTY! Very quick.

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