Wednesday, 12 March 2014

Crab and Prawn Singapore Noodles

I love Singapore noodles from the Chinese, so when i came across a recipe for them i decided to adapt it for Slimming World, so instead of using lots of syns, i have created a syn free noodle dish with all the taste and flavour of what you will get from a Chinese takeaway, in fact i would even say it tastes better.

It went really well with a big bowl of Crispy Kale

Syn free on extra easy


1 packet of vermicelli noodles
½ tsp turmeric
2 tsp sweet curry powder
4 spring onions sliced diagonally
1 red chilli
1 garlic clove
1 red pepper sliced
200g crab meat
20 cooked prawns
2 tbsp light soy sauce
1 egg beaten
handful coriander leaves


Cook the noodles as per packet instructions.
Blitz the chilli and garlic in a blender or finely chop.
In a wok sprayed with frylight pour in the egg and swirl around to make a thin omelette, toss and cook on the other side until set. remove and chop up.
In a wok sprayed with frylight, fry the onions and red pepper, add the garlic and chilli, turmeric and curry powder and fry for 1 minute, stir in the noodles and stir together, then stir through the crab, prawns, egg and coriander until warmed through, pour in the soy sauce and mix together then serve.


  1. looks lovely, but can i ask what is sweet curry powder? would it be like the chinese curry powder. thanks

    1. I think its like the chinese curry powder as it smell like it, its just sweeter than normal and not hot x

  2. Looks delish :-) would the swartz med curry powder do an also where would the noodles

    1. Yea the swartz curry powder would be fine x

    2. Sorry i got the noodles from Tesco, but any supermarket should sell them x