Spirited Chicken Noodles with BrumYumYum & New Amsterdam Vodka

21st November 2015
New Amsterdam Vodka recipe

I was recently contacted about an interesting new campaign, the brainchild of New Amsterdam Vodka, taking place in Birmingham and several other cities called Project It’s Your Town, a content series following millennials in four ‘party cities’ around the UK as they showcase their town, on their terms.

To celebrate the launch of New Amsterdam Vodka in the UK, in Birmingham they have teamed up with Duncan Stanley, founder of Brum Yum Yum to create an ‘Ultimate Munchies’ menu for the project. Perfect to enjoy pre or post night out, the recipes are inspired by the best of Birmingham street food and can be easily recreated at home. 


About the Vodka

New Amsterdam Vodka is new premium spirit imported from the US, expertly crafted for discerning drinkers. Created using the finest quality grains of Missoui and Nebraska, New Amsterdam Vodka is triple filtered for unparalleled smoothness and five times distilled for a clean, crisp taste. Sound good right?

The project has created 3 recipe cards, each from a stalwart of the Birmingham Street Food Scene and all involve the addition somewhere in the recipe of New Amsterdam Vodka

  • Bloody Mary Kebabs from White Heat
  • Spirited Noodles from Buddha Belly
  • Chicken Tikka Pizza from Pizza Traders




So far we’ve tried out the kebabs and the spirited noodles and both were really good! The 3 birds eye chillies in the noodles blew our heads right off, so maybe just add one or two if you’re not that keen on spice!!

Take a look at our efforts




Disclosure: New Amsterdam Vodka sent me a parcel containing a sample of their vodka and a few things to make the dishes above – no other compensation was recieved.

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  • Reply lovelyappetite 21st November 2015 at 20:19

    Wow vodka in cooking? Had never thought of it but love using other alcohols will have to give it a go. This looks awesome and I like it spicy 🙂

  • Reply fabfood4all 21st November 2015 at 23:53

    Your noodles look delicious:-)

  • Reply Jemma @ Celery and Cupcakes 22nd November 2015 at 08:35

    I love the look of your noodles they look so yummy!

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