SINGAPORE NOODLES: FEEL GOOD FOOD

The Sorted Food guys show Ruth Crilly how to make skinny Singapore noodles, a healthy alternative to a greasy takeaway dish. Try this quick stir fry recipe now! Get the recipe here: sortedfood.com Thanks for watching! Body Talk Daily Channel www.youtube.com SUBSCRIBE: bit.ly SORTED FOOD: www.youtube.com / twitter.com RUTH CRILLY: www.youtube.com FACEBOOK: www.facebook.com TWITTER: twitter.com

25 thoughts on “SINGAPORE NOODLES: FEEL GOOD FOOD

  1. Beatrice Lim

    The closest I can link this dish to is hokkien mee/fried bee hoon. except, it’s not curry-based. nice twist though! haha

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  2. Holdci

    This is a really wonderful recipe! I started dieting a week ago, but I find it really hard to cut the carbs. :/ How much can I eat? Or what to eat instead? I can’t just eat meat and vegetables all the time, can I? I’m studying so I need the energy… What do you think the scale should be? (I’m female)

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  3. cj11tokyo

    Oh no! Where do you live? I remember that outbreak last year and it’s a shame as I always think of it when I eat bean sprouts nowadays and it puts me off a bit!

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  4. W0tanTheGod

    Is there a reason, why you guys peel ginger with a knife?
    For me, a spoon does the same job in less time with nearly no waste at all.

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  5. ethorner1

    i love bean sprouts, and asian dishes but where i live, you can’t get them fresh or frozen because of a massive e. coli outbreak…i tried the canned, and they’re plain nasty.

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  6. sortedfood

    The wok is less important I think… but if you can use gas so that the flames heat the wok better than the induction we were using on camera.

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  7. Atikah Z

    I don’t know about other Singaporeans but everytime I go to a gathering, one of the common dishes served will be this one. It’s easy to cook and serve when you have large numbers. Glad we have a healthier version here 🙂

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  8. Skydivedable

    i believe its has other names in Singapore. i am Singaporean too. but the recipe they provide seems legit! look as good as the local ones! 🙂

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  9. Nur Khairun

    Feel really proud to be a Singaporean rn (‘:
    mee goreng masak kicap is made into something so delish and healthy-
    Thank You Sorted!

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  10. Krysten Vatsaloo

    It’s like a healthier alternative to Mee Goreng. Or in this case, Bee Hoon Goreng, as Singaporeans would call it.

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