Recipe | Easy Cheesy Chicken Noodles


Today I have a new recipe for you all to read.
Since Charlie has become a chef I've been totally inspired to do something a bit more exciting and actually 'cook' rather than just putting something in the oven or microwave.
Having all this spare time as I've finished exams and am waiting for pre-employment checks and a start date in the next couple months, so I have been making and trying out some nice lunches for myself.
This is NOTHING exciting and too difficult, but something I made and thoroughly enjoyed eating absolutely all of it. So follow along, swap things in if you prefer an alternative.

First step, cook the noodles. I used egg noodles from Waitrose, which are in a circle shape, all you have to do is place the noodles in a pan of boiling water and leave them to cook for about 4-5 minutes. Keep an eye on them and use a fork after about 2 minutes to help the noodles ease out of their cluster.
While the noodles were cooking I chopped up the other ingredients, I used some cooked chicken pieces, spring onion, cheddar and red Leicester cheese. 

Then, I tried the noodles and they were perfect, it's important to try and cook them to your taste.
I then drained the noodles, by placing the lid mostly over the pan then pouring down the sink just so the water escaped and no noodles.

To get a layered affect that I wanted I placed a little bit from each in the bottom of the bowl before placing noodles on top.

I then continued this until all the ingredients were used up.

Then I placed sweet chilli sauce on the top of my dish, because I love sweet chilli sauce and it added a bit of spice to the meal.