Hakka noodles is named after a community in China, who are in large numbers migrated to India, China towns. Unlike Choy Mein, Hakka noodles is popular among Indians for many reasons…it is usually light tossed, uses only flat-soft noodles and said ‘Vegetarian Version’ tastes even better!? Anyway…that verdict is spilled by our Vegetarian friends:)
Well, noodles is my easy fix recipe on a heavy duty day…I just toss some vegetables and soy sauce and call it a day:) Unfortunately, I couldn’t find that ‘flat noodles’ here, so here you go…
Soft Flat Noodles 1 box (cook as per directions)
Mixed vegetables 1/4 quantity of noodles
Chinese 5 spice powder
Red chili flakes
Ginger 1″ grated
Garlic 2 minced
Soy sauce light
Green onions to garnish.
Cook noodles as per the direction. My way…it should be done, but never over done:)
Stir-fry veggies with pinch of salt and MSG. Set aside.
In a wide heavy bottomed wok, heat oil. Add 5-spice powder, chili flakes, ginger-garlic and the noodles…toss gently, until oil coats on to it.
Further add vegetables and stir-fry over high heat briefly. Garnish with green onions.
Serve warm as a main dish. Its a complete meal:)