A great meal for lunch or dinner! Easy to make and tastes great!
1 medium bag of raw uncooked Shrimp
1/2lb of raw chicken tenderloins
1 tbsp. of Garlic powder
1 tbsp. Onion powder
Dashes of pepper
1 tbsp. Mrs. Dash Salt free herbal seasoning
1 tbsp. Low Sodium Soy sauce
2 ½ tbsp, Teriyaki Sauce
2 tsp. Old bay
1 tsp. Olive oil
Mixed vegetables (carrots, baby corn, snap peas, broccoli mushrooms) I used a frozen stir fry mix
2 (stacks bushel I don’t know) of Udon noodles
1. Preheat oven to 350 degrlees and put two pots of water on to boil. Season one with old bay, garlic powder, pepper, onion powder, Mrs. Dash, and a tsp of olive oil
2. Season chicken with garlic powder, pepper, onion powder, Mrs. Dash and Soy sauce. Place in oven and heat until cooked.
3. Upon boiling of the water without seasoning add Udon noodles ( mine came wrapped in bushels of a sort and I used two). Be mindful that the noodles cook very very quickly so keep an eye out.
4. Add raw shrimp to boiling seasoned water, these also cook quickly, you will know they are as they will rise to the top of the boiling water. Be careful not to overcook them as they become chewy. To know if they are under cooked look as the center where the tentacles are and if it is gray the shrimp is not fully cooked.
5. In a large pan or stir fry skillet add a tsp. of olive oil and scramble two eggs (I was bummed I forgot this step when I initially made it) once cooked add the vegetables, if vegetables are frozen heat until warm, if they are raw they will take longer too cook. Lightly season with garlic powder, onion powder, pepper, tablespoon of soy sauce, teriyaki sauce,
6. Remove chicken from oven once cooked and cut into chunks and add in to vegetables
7. Peel shrimp and add into the mixed vegetables as well
8. For mixing you can decide the best option if you are making this as a meal prep I recommend putting the noodles in the bowl and adding the vegetable meat mix on top. If this is just regular for dinner, I mixed mine in a large bowl adding extra teriyaki sauce as needed.
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