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Creamy Udon noodles with Chicken cutlets
Creamy Udon noodles with Chicken cutlets
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Creamy chewy big udon noodles with chicken cutlets is a delicious any day of the week. No need to get out to your nearest Asian take away place. With this recipe you can make your own comfort food in just a few minutes.

Ingredient List for 4 servings:
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500 gr Big udon noodles
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150 gr Peanut butter
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200 gr Creme fraiche
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4 Chicken schnitzels
Instructions:
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Fry the chicken schnitzels.
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Boil the noodles according to the instructions on the bag.
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Heat up the peanut butter in a sauce pan.
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Add the creme fraiche and mix together.
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Pour away the water from the noodles and mix with the peanut butter sauce.
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Pour the noodles evenly in serving bowls.
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Cut the schnitzels in long slices and place on top of the noodles.
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