Tuesday, 31 August 2010

Szechuan Style Vegetable Hakka Noodles



Ingredients:

Noodles-200gms
Chilly Oil-5 tbsp (recipe follows)
Cabbage -1/2 cup, shredded
Beans-1/4 cup, shredded
Carrot-1/2 cup, shredded
Spring Onions-1 cup, chopped
Garlic-1/2 tbsp, chopped
Capscium-1, finely shredded
Celeary-1 stem, sliced
Oil-5 tbsp
Dry red chillies-4, broken into 1”pieces
Soya sauce-1 tbsp
Tomato sauce-1 tbsp
Vinegar-1 tbsp
Chilly sauce-1 tbsp
Salt to taste
Pinch of pepper
Ajinomoto- ½ tsp (optional)



Method:
  • Boil a liter of water in a large sauce pan and add salt. Add noodles to the boiling water and cook till ¾ done, drain. Run cold water through the noodles to rinse off excess starch. Drain thoroughly and sprinkle 1 tbsp oil and toss well.
  • Heat the chilly oil and fry the noodles lightly for 5 minutes. Remove and keep aside.
  • Heat 5 tbsp oil and fry the red chillies until light brown. Add garlic and fry for 2 seconds and then add spring onions and stir fry for 2 minutes. Then add all the vegetables and stir fry for 2-3 minutes.
  • Add noodles, sprinkle soya sauce, tomato sauce, vinegar, chilly sauce, salt, pepper and ajinomoto. Mix well. Remove to a serving plate and serve hot with any Chinese side dish.
Chilly Oil
Ingredients:

2 cups refined groundnut oil (I used Sunflower oil)
1” piece ginger crushed
4 tbsp red chilly powder

Method:
  • Heat the oil and do not let it smoke.
  • Add the crushed ginger. Remove from fire.
  • Add the chilly powder and keep aside to cool.
  • Strain oil through a thick cloth. The oil should be red in colour. Store in a bottle. This oil can be stored for a month at room temperature.



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17 comments:

  1. Nice post Swapna...hakka noodles is one of my favs :)

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  2. wow swapna hakka noodles looks sooo inviting ,love the szechuan style dishes ....thanks for sharing

    Satya
    http://www.superyummyrecipes.com

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  3. Am drooling here Swapna. Looks too good

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  4. I m feeling like serving some portion from that bowl..looks really yummy

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  5. Delicious looking, tempting noodles..makes me hungry..

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  6. Swapana parcel me this pleaseeeeeeeeeeeeee

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  7. looks delicious....lovely post!!!

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  8. love szcechuan style chinese recipes and your noodle dish is just perfect. am craving a bowlful right now.

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  9. i made it once swapna..but after making noodles i kept in a pan to make it dry and applied 1tsp oil on top of it..bt just before addin it to the pan to mix with cooked veggies,i understood it became sticky..it was so sticky that i culdn makr it..wt shud i do wen i make it next time to get such temptin noodles like u made???

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  10. Yum..looks so good that I want to dive in..there was a fast food restaurant in Ernakulam named Bimbis and according to me,they serve the best hakka noodles ever.The way they whip up the noodles in no time makes me actually yearn for it.Yours looks very close to that one..made me nostalgic!!!

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  11. Wish you and your family a very Happy Janmashtami.
    I liked your blog very much. I appreciate for your wonderful presentation. Haka noodles looks delicious and tempting.
    You are welcome in my blogs.

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  12. Your hakka noodles look super yummy.

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  13. This dish looks really good, and has that restaurant "authentic" look too - yum! I'm going to try it out this weekend...

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  14. A little late here!..:)
    Love szechuan flavour in anything, swapna!..bookmarked!!..will try soon :)

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