Thursday, August 8, 2013

Hakka Noodles Recipe-Vegetable Hakka Noodles-Indo-Chinese Recipes

Hakka Noodles (Veg) is another Indo-Chinese recipe which is a favorite among kids and adults. In this the boiled noodles are stir fried with vegetables and sauces. It is very simple to make and can be done in a few minutes time, if all the vegetables are cut and kept ready. Today we will learn how to make/cook Hakka Noodles following this easy recipe.

Vegetable Hakka Noodles

Hakka Noodles-How to prepare Veg Hakka Noodles

Vegetable Hakka Noodles

 Prep Time : 15 mins
 Cook Time : 15 mins 
 Serves: 2
 Recipe CategoryBreakfast-Dinner
 Recipe CuisineIndo Chinese
 Author:

   Ingredients needed

   Hakka Noodles -150 grams/1 packed (made of durum wheat)
   Oil - 3 tbsp
   Garlic - 2 tbsp very finely chopped
   Onion - 1 medium sized finely chopped
   Ginger - 1 tsp very finely chopped

   Vegetables

   Carrot - 1 cut it into thin strips (julienne)
   Cabbage - 3/4 cup thinly sliced
   Spring onion greens - 1/4 cup finely chopped
   Capsicum - 1 medium size

   Soya sauce -1 tbsp or as needed
   Red Chilli sauce - 2 tsp or as needed
   Vinegar -1 tsp
   Salt and pepper powder to taste

   For Garnishing

   Spring onion greens - 2 tbsp


Preparation

Boil noodles in plenty of water until 3/4 cooked or al dente. (al dente means- cooked just enough to retain a somewhat firm texture). Do not over cook. Drain the water and pour cold water on top of the noodles or immerse it in cold water for a few seconds. Drain the water completely, toss noodles with a tsp of oil and keep it aside.This is done to prevent the noodles from sticking together. Now boiled noodles is ready.

Finely chop onion, ginger and garlic.

Cut carrot, capsicum and cabbage into thin strips.

Method

Before going to the method, I will make it clear that the whole cooking process should be done on high flame and continuous tossing is required.

Heat oil in a pan, add finely chopped onion, garlic, ginger and saute on a high flame for a few seconds until onion turns transparent.

julienne vegetable for noodles

Add the carrots, stir fry for 2-3 seconds and then add cabbage and spring onion greens.

how to make vegetable hakka noodles

Stir fry for a few seconds and add capsicum.

how to prepare vegetable hakka noodles

Then add soya sauce, chilli sauce, vinegar, salt needed, pepper powder and stir fry for a second.

Add boiled noodles and toss on high flame for a few seconds. Adjust the sauces according to your taste.

Garnish with spring onion greens, toss and serve noodles piping hot.

Note - If you planning to use beans, cut it into very thin strips and add before adding carrots as beans will take a longer time to get cooked.

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23 comments:

  1. Nice recipe....hubby and i had prepared the same sometime back...with some extra shrimp an shredded chicken....turned out fabulous.

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  2. Lovely Padhu, you made me hungry. Feel like making it right now! !

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  3. Simple mode of preparation, yet looks really yummy!! :-)...will definitely check it out at home... Anju

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  4. my fav noodles.. nice presentation.. colorful too

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  5. Can I get the bowl to eat plz.. So yummy..

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  6. Delicious and mouthwatering...

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  7. Vegetable hakka noodles is one of my favorite, looks good.

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  8. Easy & tempting noodles !! Looks damn inviting :)

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  9. wow i just tried it once it is so good and delicious

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  10. Cooked 4 d 1st time. N hakka noodles was jst fantabulous! Ma frnds n family appreciated d dish. All thanks n appreciation 2 u. Loved d recipe.

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  11. Cooked 4 d 1st time in life. Experience was good. All credits n appreciation 2 u. Outcome was awesome. Frnds n parents complimented d dish( hakka noodles). D elaboration n method 2 cook was excellent. Thank u 4 making my dish n experience worth remembering. LOL⊙

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  12. Yummm...Jus tried it..A healthy and filling recipe!! Thanks padhu :)

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  13. Just tried - awesome - all credits to you - thanks for sharing the recipe

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  14. Thank you for the wonderful recipe. I was looking for how to make hakka noodles on google and landed on your blog. I really like your presentation. It is appropriate for somebody like me who has taken up cooking only in the last year or so. I have bookmarked your blog and will definitely be coming back for more. Thanks again!

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  15. I tried this ..was nice:).thanks for sharing.

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  16. I cooked the noodles & washed with cold water. I added oil while cooking the noodles in the boiling water . then I drained the noodles from cold water and I kept in the bowl for half an hour.. But I didn't close the bowl .. after half an hour, all the noodles are stick together when i added after cooking vegetables.
    1 . How to avoid sticking ? I have to immerse the cooked noodles in cold water till I use ??
    2. Shall I add only tomato sauce ? clear my doubts .. thanks in advance mam :)

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    1. Renuka - After cooking noodles, pour cold water over it and drain it immediately. In that case it will not stick. I assume that you have overcooked the noodles. That might be the reason for sticking together. 2. you can add tomato sauce.

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