Ginger, Sesame & Soy Prawns with Glass Noodles



Perfect for the fish lovers and the Thai-cuisine enthusiasts.

Very light, so good before an evening out.


Side Notes:


Sesame seeds burn very quickly when they are toasted, so make sure you watch them! 


Cooking Time (includes preparation time): 15 Minutes 



1 Bag Sugar snap Peas - £1.40

A Knob of Ginger - £0.41

1 Lime - £0.35

1 Bunch Coriander - £0.70

1 Pack King Prawns - £3.50

1 Bag Sesame Seeds - £0.85

Soy Sauce - £1.19

200g Noodles - £1.49


Total Cost: £9.90 - This covers absolutely everything. All we assume you have in your kitchen beforehand is SALT, PEPPER AND OLIVE OIL. Scroll to the bottom of the page to find out which shops you can buy all of the ingredients from for under £10.



1.     Put glass noodles in a bowl and cover with boiling water for 12 minutes.

2.     Take prawns. Marinade them in a splash of soy sauce, a knob of grated ginger and the finely chopped coriander stalks.

3.     Heat griddle pan and grill prawns until pink (2 minutes each side)

4.     Toast sesame seeds in a frying pan, without oil. Take off when golden brown (Around 3 minutes)

5.     Drain and rinse noodles, and place into a serving bowl. Cover with seeds, sugarsnaps, soy and lime and one more thumb-sized knob grated ginger. Place prawns on top.

6.     Scatter coriander leaves and more sesame seeds to serve.


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