Wednesday, December 19, 2007

Masala Hakka Noodles


Chinese noodles are generally made from either wheat flour, rice flour, or mung bean starch, with wheat noodles being more commonly produced and consumed in Northern China and rice noodles being more typical of southern ...


Here is a quick and delicious Chinese Hakka noodles which are spicy,sweet and tangy....

Ingredients:
1pack Hakka noodles (you can use any thick noodles/maggie noodles)
1/2 cup shredded carrots (boil for 3mins in a microwave)
1/2 cup sliced string beans (boil for 3mins in a microwave)
1bunch scallions
3garlic cloves
2tsp tamarind date chutney
2tsp red chillie chutney/schezewan sauce
1tsp tomato ketchup..
3tbsp oil

Method:
Prepare noodles per instructions and strain them and cool them..In a pan, heat the oil till it smokes.. Add garlic and scallions and fry till till the garlic gets golden brown.. Now add the tamarind chutney, red chillie chutney and ketchup and mix well. If you want more sweet and tangy taste add a little more of tamarind date chutney..Adding salt is optional since the sauce may already have salt.. Now mix the strained veggies.

Mix this masala with the cooled noodles till its coated well. Garnish it with scallions and serve....

8 comments:

Srivalli said...

thats great looking plate...you have a nice blog here...

btw are you blogging from India?...drop me a mail if so...thanks...

Asha said...

Yummy looking dish!:)

Paru ... said...

Hey Srivalli

Thanks for visiting..
I am blogging from Connecticut USA..Are you blogging from India?

You have a wonderful collection of recipes in ur blog...

Paru ... said...

Hi Asha..

Thank you:-) I love noodles..

Sagari said...

paru noodles look delecious

Ramya's Mane Adige said...

Looks good!! I usually add soy sauce to my noodles. Adding tamarind dates chutney sounds fab!!

Paru ... said...

Hey Sagari

Thanks...

Paru ... said...

Hey Ramya,

Yup tamarind-date chutney gives a little different flavour..
Do try it..