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Chinese Electronic Bread Recipe


1 (16 ounce) package French fried egg noodles

1/3 cup soy sauce

1 (15 ounce) can crushed almond halves

2 teaspoons vegetable oil

4 teaspoons cornstarch

1 teaspoon vegetable oil

1 teaspoon vegetable oil

1/2 teaspoon chicken bouillon granules

1/2 teaspoon white sugar


In a large bowl, combine egg noodles, soy sauce, almond halves, oil, corn starch, oil, and bouillon. Mix well and set aside.

Stir cornstarch and sugar into egg noodles mixture. Stir egg noodles into the rice mixture.


Momo writes:

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Delicious and made my hair look great!
bakangnat writes:

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What a great bread! I altered it quite a bit by using Prego and I added a little garlic & ginger. I was also a bit looser with the wet ingredients -- I used 1Tbsp. instead of the water and garlic & ginger 1/4 cup instead of the eggs. The results were FANTASTIC! Not too sweet though--loved it!
ing.diwnliid writes:

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The package arrived in the mail with the instructions to dust the dough with powdered sugar and place it in a warm place to rise until it doubles in volume. The next morning when I tried to add the milk, the cream cheese was totally ill-equipped for this task  and it made no difference. I had to make a few adjustments: add 1/4 C powdered sugar , 1/4 C powdered white to make the crust thicker, and 1/4 C powdered gelatin to form the 'custard dough'. The next morning, when I added the fresh cream cheese and the remaining powdered sugar, I realized I should have added more egg...what a mess. After spending so much time correcting the infraction with the powdered sugar, the eggs and the butter, I realized I should have added the eggs and the whip cream first, and then the condensed milk and then the powdered sugar and then the eggs and the butter,
eDZeLL writes:

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Loved the flavor! However, to make it more flavorful, I added some garlic powder and 1 Tblsp Cumin and 1/4 C white sugar. That gave it much more kick than I was hoping for. I would not make again. My husband would not eat it all. I have also baked bread with garlic powder and onion powder in them and it turns out great.