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Tuesday, February 16, 2021

Vegetable Hakka Noodles ~ Step by Step Pics

Vegetable hakka noodles is a famous recipe that is served in most Indian resturants and street side food stalls that serve Indo Chinese food. Veg Hakka noodles is quite easy to put together and can be in very less time. During my stay in Dehradun (you find street stalls at every nook and corner here) and that's the time when we friends bought hakka noodles for our tea time or light dinner. Momos was another frequently bought another item then. We loved buying the piping hot hakka noodles made instantly and served with soy suace, chilli vinegar sauce. 

I do try this hakka noodles once in a while at home too and kids love this quick filling meal. If you chop the veggies ahead, cooked noodles and keep ready, then its easy to assemble the noodles.Mix up the sauces with it and there it is ready to be served quick. This is my style of hakka noddles, do give this a try if you love such quick recipes.

Preparation time ~ 15 mins
Cooking time ~ 15 minutes
Serves ~ 3-4
Author ~ Julie
hakka  noodles 200 g
capsicum thinly sliced 1/2 of 1 medium sized
carrot thinly sliced -1
cabbage shredded 1/2 cup
onion 1 small sliced
garlic colves 3-4 chopped fine
salt to taste
oil 2tbsp + 2tsp
soy sauce 2tsp
pepper powder  1/2 tsp

  • Boil water with salt, add 1tsp of oil and when water comes to a boil, add the noodles. Boil the noodles in water for 5 mins or as per your package instructions. Cool until the noodles turn soft and then drain the water completely. rinse under cold water and then add a tsp of oil, mix well and set aside.

  • In the meantime, cut the vegetables and keep aside. In a heavy bottomed pan, add 2 tbsp of any neutral oil( avoid using flavored oil like coconut or mustard as it leaves the flavor).

  • To this add chopped garlic, saute until its lightly crisp. Then add sliced onion, saute until translucent. To this add shredded cabbage followed by carrot, capsicum and then saute for two mins on high flame. Its better to retain the crunch of the vegetables and just saute until the raw smell disappears.

  • To this add the cooked noodles and add the sauce and pepper powder as listed above. Mix well with two slotted spoon (do all this on high flame and be quick to mix). 
  • Transfer to a plate and serve with ketch up or soy sauce.
* You can even add the tomato sauce/ ketchup while mixing the noodles too but we prefer to add while eating.
* You can add 1tsp of chilly sauce instead of pepper powder too.



Angie's Recipes said... Best Blogger Tips

Simple to make and very satisfying!

Suja Manoj said... Best Blogger Tips

Yummy and filling, love it.