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ba­con – from in­stant ba­con ra­men to the ul­ti­mate BLAT

In­stant ba­con ra­men 25 MIN­UTES | SERVES 2 | EASY | LC

streaky ba­con 6 rash­ers sesame seeds 1 tbsp pak choi 1, quar­tered length­ways sugar snap peas 100g baby corn 100g in­stant ra­men noo­dles 2 packs (with flavour sa­chets) soy sauce 1 tbsp spring onion 1, sliced sesame oil 1 tbsp chilli sauce to serve

• Put the ba­con into a wide, deep fry­ing pan and cook, turn­ing, over a medium heat un­til just start­ing to crisp. Sprin­kle with 1/2 the sesame seeds, flip, then sprin­kle with the re­main­ing sesame seeds. Cook un­til the ba­con is re­ally crisp and the sesame seeds have toasted, then re­move onto a plate. Tip the pak choi, sugar snap peas and baby corn into the same pan, and toss for 1 minute in the ba­con fat. Add the ra­men noo­dles, flavour sa­chets and rec­om­mended amount of wa­ter, and sim­mer ac­cord­ing to pack in­struc­tions. Then add the soy sauce.

• Di­vide the noo­dles, soup and veg be­tween two bowls, then top with spring onions, sesame oil, sesame-crusted ba­con and a driz­zle of chilli sauce, if you like.

PER SERV­ING 487 KCALS | FAT 25.1G SAT­U­RATES 7.1G | CARBS 40.7G | SUG­ARS 8.5G FI­BRE 5.6G | PRO­TEIN 21.9G | SALT 3.8G

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