Stir Fried Noodles Recipe
Back to childhood favorites : stir fried noodles , or as we call it in Armenia Vermishel pilaf. This was that one dish, that I’d eat without anyone asking me to, and as a picky eater, there were only a few dishes like this one.
Now my children, my extremely picky eaters, can eat these stir fried noodles every day, if I make it.
And to be honest, I’ve been extremely busy past few weeks, and this quick and easy dish was my timesaver.
After posting a picture of my vermishel dinner, on my instagram and Facebook pages, I’ve got a few questions as if how it’s made. I was sure everyone knew how to make this exact stir fried noodles, and wasn’t even planning on doing a tutorial.
But, there’s always a first time for someone and if you’ve never made or ate Vermishel pilaf, than let’s make it and enjoy!
Quick instructions as this is a super easy thing to make, I don’t think a precise recipe is needed, simply watch the YouTube tutorial and you won’t even need to look at the recipe
Egg noodles, you can also use any other, preferably thin, like angel hair pasta, just break those into 1”-2” strips for easy frying
1 tbs vegetable oil
2-3 tbs butter
Hot water, as much as you need to cover the noodles
You will also need a skillet
Combine butter and oil in your skillet and melt
Add the noodles and stir fry until light golden color
Pour hot boiling water over the noodles, just enough to cover the noodles
Lower the heat, cover the lid and cook until the water evaporates
Open the lid once or twice and give it a quick stir
Serve hot, with garlic yogurt , adjika or any other tomato sauce