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  • Helen Seachrist

    Spicy Dragon Noodles: Adding shrimp to this is fun! You can get it frozen and shuck it yourself to keep it less expensive. I think it's worth it. With all recipes from Budget Bytes be sure to adjust your desired spice level. She likes her food blazin' hot. With this recipe I like 1/2 tbsp sriratcha with more soy sauce to balance.

  • Lyra Singleton

    Dragon Noodles. Gotta love a spicy noodle recipe

  • Mary Beth Blauser

    Meatless Monday: Spicy Dragon Noodles recipe by budgetbytes.blogspot.com Sauce INGREDIENTS: 4 oz. lo mein noodles, 2 Tbsp butter, 1/4 tsp crushed red pepper, 1 large egg, 1 Tbsp brown sugar, 1 Tbsp soy sauce, 1 Tbsp Sriracha sauce , 1 handful fresh cilantro (I'll skip this), 1 sliced green onion

  • Fancy

    Spicy Dragon Noodles - use rice noodles & gkuten-free soy sauce

  • Azereta

    Dragon Noodles | Kuntal's Kitchen

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