Star chef Tom Kerridge creates an economical SUPER NOODLE recipe

Three-star Michelin chef Tom Kerridge is branded a ‘champion’ for ‘supporting’ Super Noodles to create a budget meal for £1.50 amid the cost of living crisis

  • Top chef Tom Kerridge shared a budget recipe amid the cost of living crisis
  • The foodie, who owns two Marlow gastropubs, has been branded a ‘bloody champion’
  • Her £1.50 recipe included a 70p packet of Super Noodles plus vegetables
  • It only takes four minutes and minimal equipment to prepare the noodle dish

Three-star Michelin chef Tom Kerridge has been called a ‘bloody champion’ for creating a money-saving recipe with super noodles to help people during the cost of living crisis.

According to the TV cook, 48, owner of two Marlow gastropubs, the meal can be prepared in just four minutes.

A video of Tom preparing the meal, which was shared on social media, shows him combining Chow Mein flavored instant noodles with half a cabbage, a carrot, two spring onions, a vegetable stock cube, frozen peas and soy sauce.

A pack of Super Noodles sells for just 70p and all the ingredients cost less than £1.50.

Three-Michelin-starred chef Tom Kerridge has shared a cooking video showcasing a budget-friendly recipe, featuring super noodles, which cost 70p a packet

In the video, the chef can be seen tearing open the packet of noodles, before tossing the contents with cabbage, carrots, peas and spring onions.

In the video, the chef can be seen tearing open the packet of noodles, before tossing the contents with cabbage, carrots, peas and spring onions.

Final course: The noodle and veg meal (pictured) costs £1.50 in total to create and takes four minutes to prepare

Final course: The noodle and veg meal (pictured) costs £1.50 in total to create and takes four minutes to prepare

Kerridge – whose Hand of Flowers pub has two Michelin stars and The Coach boozer has one – used only a kettle, saucepan, cup, peeler and grater.

He talked about the recipe which is a far cry from his gourmet meals at his gastropubs, both Marlow and Bucks.

The chef said: “We are making Super Noodles.

‘Make sure you have boiling water from the kettle

‘You need two cups of water in a pot, turn it on full.

‘Great noodles, they are great, super tasty, super easy to open a packet

The 48-year-old chef, pictured here with some of his most cherished culinary creations, is best known for creating high-end meals at his gastropubs in Marlow

The 48-year-old chef, pictured here with some of his most cherished culinary creations, is best known for creating high-end meals at his gastropubs in Marlow

Gastropub: Tom Kerridge normally cooks more expensive meals in his gastropubs, including the Hand and Flowers restaurant, in Marlow (pictured)

Gastropub: Tom Kerridge normally cooks more expensive meals in his gastropubs, including the Hand and Flowers restaurant, in Marlow (pictured)

The video featured a Marcus Rashford mug, as the meal was created as part of the Full Time Meals campaign with the footballer

Ingredients for the affordable meal include the popular noodles, plus half a cabbage, carrot, spring onions and a stock cube

During the video (pictured), the chef demonstrated how to prepare the basic meal, using minimal equipment including a kettle, saucepan and potato peeler.

“Take a carrot, peel it. start grating

‘The water is boiling put the Super Noodles in it, I went a little Joe Wicks

“Chop the cabbage fine and thin, throw it in.”

“It is possible to cook in no time.”

Fans took to social media to praise the Michelin-starred chef for creating an inexpensive, quick and easy-to-make recipe

Fans took to social media to praise the Michelin-starred chef for creating an inexpensive, quick and easy-to-prepare recipe

Fan Christine Coxall said: “Love it. Keep those fabulous meals coming, so many great ideas.

Craig Taylor added, “You b****y champ.”

Another said: “You are turning my life from a debtor and lender to a millionaire.

“You are an eternally grateful legend, sir.”

The meal is part of Kerridge’s Full Time Meals campaign with England and Man Utd striker Marcus Rashford.

It aims to encourage quick, cheap and healthy meals for schoolchildren and their families affected by soaring food prices during the crisis.