Whenever, I run late from work to prepare lunch or dinner for my kids I turn to instant meals that also provide nutrition for my kids. One favorite instant meal is the Lucky Me N-riched noodles. It has malunggay noodles and a tasty broth which are all made from natural ingredients.
Contrary to the popular belief that instant noodles are unhealthy, these malunggay noodles are fortified with Vitamin A and iron. Plus, you don’t have to worry about harmful chemicals or preservatives since Lucky me N-rich is NAPA or No Artificial Preservatives Added. However, the noodles alone are not enough to make a complete meal so what I do is I add sliced vegetables like onions, carrots and/or cabbage and chicken bits or egg.
Onions, carrots and cabbages may be eaten raw so you don’t have to worry about undercooking especially if you only have 5 minutes to cook. Chicken bits and egg cook faster than their pork and beef counter part.
As tasty as these instant noodles may be, it shouldn’t be a part of your kids’ regular diet. Ensuring that our kids eat well balanced meals everyday is still our priority. Quick fix dishes are just meals that we can serve to tide our kids over till the next meal for the day.