Friday, 26 August 2011

Hakka Noodles with Vegetable stir fry

Recently I registered myself and my kid to local library...because my little one stated loving I thought of getting more and more new books will keep him busy....and even i got so many books....Now I we both love to go to library last time i bought 2 cook books(vegetarian) I am trying some dishes from that..this is one of that....I made slight changes to the original recipe...


Hakka noodles 1 pack(200gm)
Red onion 1 big sliced
Vegetables like,,,
40gm cabbage(make thin slices)
6-7 babycorn(sliced)
1small carrot(sliced)
100gm tinned bambo shoots(make think like noodles)
1/2 small red pepper and 1/2 small Yellow pepper(capsicum)(sliced)
French beans trimmed 50gm
2-3 TBSP cooking oil (i have used sunflower oil)
1TBSP thin strips fresh ginger

Spice and other:
1/2 TBSP soya sauce
Tomato pure 2TBSP
Dry red chilly flacks 1tsp
ground white or black pepper to taste
lemon juice 1 1/2 tsp
salt as per taste
Chopped fresh coriander (cilantro)leaves to garnish


Heat oil in a woke over high heat, add sliced onion and capsicum

stir fry for 2-3 mins now add ginger ,saute for 3o seconds then add all the other vegetables and stir fry for 2-3 mins or its almost cooked but still crisp.

Mean time cook the noodles in a deep pan of boiling water for 1 min stirring to separate. Drain rinse under cold running water and drain again..or as per the instruction given in the pack.

Once the vegetables are cooked add all the spices(except coriander leaves) and mix well add the cooked hakka noodles and stir fry for 2-3 min and turn of the gas........ready to serve..

transfer the noodles in to serving dish, garnish with fresh chopped coriander leaves and serve hot...


  1. These look really tasty.Nice to see updates on your blog again.

  2. Tasty and delicious noodles,makes me hungry..

  3. Noodles looks mouthwatering!!! saucy & inviting :)
    Prathima Rao
    Parts Corner

  4. Wow.. looks absolutely perfect and delicious.. thanks for sharing dear :)
    Indian Cuisine

  5. This is something I never get bored of eating ~ delicious platter you have there :)
    US Masala

  6. hey, this noodle looks very tasty. i will try this first thing after i am back.

  7. That looks amazing. Hakka is my all time favourite!