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Nutrition in a Jiffy

Before we had a kid in the house, being well-stocked meant having at least 2 packets of instant noodles stashed away in the kitchen cupboard.  And when hunger struck, a “nutritious” meal of instant noodles can be prepared in the flash of an eye.  But now with Ethan around, I have to make sure the meals I prepare are nutritious, without the inverted commas 😛

Just like last Sunday, when we were coming home from Gurney Plaza, Ethan indicated that he was hungry by saying “mum mum”.  So when we reached home, I decided to whip up a quickie meal of noodles (sans preservatives) for a light tea snack.  I had some organic spinach noodles which I had bought some time back.  Now, giving Ethan spinach noodles is really killing 2 birds with one stone because he loves noodles and at the same time, he was getting his greens as well.  The meal was prepared in about 5 minutes and I was glad that our boy enjoyed it so much!  It was gratifying to see him slurp each strand of the noodle and then proclaim “Chiak Pa!!” (Hokkien for “I’m full!”)

  1. rinnah’s avatar

    Spinach noodles are oh so yummy! There’s this stall in a coffeeshop in Setapak selling spinach noodles that I visit for breakfast before church on Sunday mornings. Simply yummy!

    Joyce says: I wonder how that will compare with mine!

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  2. Yvette’s avatar

    Would love to try your spinach noodles next time I visit you – looks very delicious – yum..yum! No wonder Ethan enjoys it.

    Joyce says: No problem! :)

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  3. Vernon Mommy’s avatar

    Your noodles look so delicious, like to try your recipe for my little boy since he is bored of poridge now.

    Joyce says: Yes, do try it! I bet he will love it! 😀

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  4. anggie’s avatar

    Hi… ethan’s mom, i m first time leaving comments here , i do visit ur other blog , wow.. u a fast and good cook. Spinash is good for kids , somemore organic noodles, super healty … :)

    Joyce says: Yes, I try to inculcate good eating habits right from the start :) Thanks for stopping by and do come back again!

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  5. Hooi Ling’s avatar

    you know what? I enjoy reading your blog so much, I always have a smile on my face after I read it 😉

    Joyce says: Wow…thanks for the compliment. I will endeavour to make you smile more :)

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  6. twin’s avatar

    couldn’t agree with u more … i dun haf much instant noodles anymore. it’s all god nutritious biscuits for the kids.

    wow ur noodles look really nutritious. yummy!

    Joyce says: Welcome to Ethan’s blog! Yes, good nutrition is essential for kids.

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  7. Suzette’s avatar

    Geez, you made me hungry. and I haven’t had my lunh yet!

    BTW, I’ve tagged you.

    Joyce says: Come over to Penang, and I’ll make you a bowl! 😀

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  8. Tiffany’s avatar

    The noodles look simply delicious. I am not a good cook, but may be one day I can ‘borrow’ your recipe for Jojo :)

    Joyce says: Please go ahead, and don’t forget to let me know how it turns out!

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  9. Pei Sze’s avatar

    Look so yummy!

    Joyce says: Tastes so yummy too! 😀

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  10. khongfamily’s avatar

    Wahh…very nutiricious noodles indeed!

    Joyce says: You betcha! Made them again today :)

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  11. shooi’s avatar

    these noodles though organic, tend to be quite salty. I always boil the noodles separately before adding them into the soup.

    Joyce says: Noted :) But I don’t think they are any more salty than the ones that are served outside, no?

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