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Monday, March 26, 2012

vegetable-hakka-noodles           I used to think making hakka noodles is complicated until I tried fried rice ,which I make often now a days. So hakka noodles also now a days become usual dish at our home. I love the smoky flavour we get when we toss the vegetable. I feel the wok they use in the restaurants also play a significant roll in the flavour of hakka noodles. Its so simple to make and kids would love this. Only thing is we have to cook the noodles properly to remove the wax coating which is not good for our health. I used Ching’s hakka noodles to prepare this and its good too. You can use any plain noodles for making this.
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Vegetable hakka noodles recipe

Oriental Dinner
Prep Time: 10 mins    |  Cook time: 15 mins    Serves: 2

Ingredients

Plain noodles 1 & 1/2 cup
Finely cut cabbage 3/4 cup
Carrot 1
Capsicum 1/2
Spring onion 3 sprigs
Pepper 1/2 tsp
Tomato chilli sauce 1 & 1/2 tsp
Salt As needed
Oil 2 tblsp

Method

  1. Cook noodles as per the instructions given in the pack or boil 3-4 cups of water and cook noodles for 3-4 minutes. Make sure its not over cooked. Drain water and wash it to remove the excess starch and add 1 tsp oil and mix well to avoid sticking.
  2. 1-hakka
  3. Cut veggies into fine thin strips,chop the spring onion finely(green part) and chop the white part separately. Heat a pan with oil and fry white part of the spring onion.
  4. 2-hakka
  5. Add the veggies one by one frying each for half minute. Add the sauces, salt and pepper. Give a quick stir.
  6. 3-hakka
  7. Add the drained noodles and mix well. Add the chopped spring onion and stir well.
  8. 4-hakka
Notes
  • Use oil generously. You can use any cooking oil or olive oil the best.
  • Fry always in high flame. If you can, try tossing the veggies in such a way that it catches fire. This gives the smoky flavor as in restaurants. Oil should be more to do this.
  • You can also add white pepper or ajinomoto in this. Ajinomoto is not advisable for health though.
                                         
                                          Serve hot with any Manchurian or as such with sauce.

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78 comments:

  1. One of my favourtie dish to eat when i am in India, looks super yumm.

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  2. lovely!! yes, I too like the smoky flavor in it :)

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  3. Yummy hakka noodles.I use add chilli and soya sauce.Must try ur version.But i'm not getting the tossing process correctly.

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  4. very nicely explained and I am so in wonder that your picture shows a lovely medley of colours in food!

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  5. Brilliant clicks brilliant noodles u beat a chef for sure.. awesome n totally yummylicious..

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  6. wow...
    looks perfect raji and delicious :)
    lovely clicks dear.

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  7. Had this long back..now, u made me to remember it again! Nice recipe and superb clicks dear..

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  8. noodles is my fav..this looks awesome

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  9. I love these noodles. I make it every friday and try different recipes with it. Looks very yummy

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  10. Such a tempting picture and dish... love the spicy specks on the noodles.

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  11. Love this!! i add soy sauce too!!! Very tempting bowl!!!

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  12. Hakka noodles wid any manchurian gravy..I m just sold for that combination of chinese food..love it

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  13. Lovely Hakka Noodles.... Can you pass me the chopsticks :-)

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  14. my most fav dish...can have this any time of the day. loks fantastic.

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  15. My favorite,beautiful clicks..looks awesome.

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  16. Woww.. looks so delicious and perfect.. Yummy :)
    Indian Cuisine

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  17. Its very nice. i had tried this from sharmi's space..Loved it a lot.

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  18. looks so yummy .. perfect delight for kids

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  19. I love to grab the entire bowl raks. amazing..

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  20. I add a bit of garlic to it. Tastes great!

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  21. never tried hakka noodles.. Looks yumm...

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  22. noodles are looking so delicious. nice pics as always

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  23. Looks too good, very colorful, wud love to do the tossing part but don't know whether it'll land back in the pan or on the stove..

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  24. noodles looks delicious and wonderful pictures ...........

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  25. wow, wish i could grab that bowl..noodles is all time fav for me :)

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  26. hakka noodles is my all time favourite... stunning pics.. looks like it is straight from a restaurant... perfect!

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  27. Hakka noodles looks yum, Nice clicks. You have cut the veggies perfectly

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  28. oh I love how the veggies catch fire... I dare not try it at home...
    looks great!

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  29. Hakka noodles looks delicious.

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  30. Lovely hakka noodles, i will feel filled up if i hog this.

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  31. Delicious noodles...Looks wonderful

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  32. Makes me feel hungry !! Lovely dish !! Loved the way you have cut the veggies.

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  33. One of my favorite Chinese dishes.I love the crunchy vegetables and the delicately flavored noodles more than similarly prepared Fried rice.

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  34. super yum and delicious clicks Raks :) yummy !

    btw, I tried your yoghurt brownies - they came out soooo good ! thanks :)

    Kalyani
    Sizzling Tastebuds
    Event : Holi Fest – Colourful Palette
    Event : Bake Fest # 5

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  35. My kids love this very much .Nice pics

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  36. inch pinch , I have just drafted veg hakka noodles, you will see it soon on kitchen gossip too :))

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  37. yummy recipe dear...luks wonderful, colorful n delicious...

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  38. Nice clicks and colorful n yummy dish

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  39. Hi...
    the pic itself making me drool........ Thanks for the recipe

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  40. will try this recipe soon, looks yummy... inspired by you all sharmispassions, nags, i have also started blogging, pls try to visit my blog, and share your opinion, and expert comments , on how to improve it. thanks

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  41. Yummy ..my son's fav. recipe ..asusual lovely presentation

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  42. So Yummy n tempting n healthy n colourful...

    Learning-to-cook
    Regards,
    Akila

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  43. Pass me the noodles with the bowl raji,both luks fab:)

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  44. beautiful presentation
    Saranya
    http://nicesaranya.blogspot.com/
    http://foodandtaste.blogspot.com/

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  45. Wow, you have got an amazing food blog with fabulous pictures! I could spend hours on your blog. Went through your paneer and gravy dishes! Would definetly try them :D

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  46. such lovely pics, the noodles looks colourful & pretty

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  47. This sounds very easy to me. Never tried with chings noodles.Cute clicks

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  48. I love chinese food, sorry indo chinese food. This one tops the list.

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  49. Will definitely give this a try before the week is over. Nice pictures!

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  50. I love hakka noodles my fav thanks for share its new recipe looking very delicious !!

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  51. Thanks for such a detailed recipe and yes it looks delicious ...'

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  52. hakka noodles is my fav... dish

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  53. oh my God! you are really so talented..gone through your profile..Great to see all the recipes. Thanks to rakskitchen.

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  54. Great to see all the varieties of dishes! I am amused...Thanks to rakskitchen.

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  55. Hi raji....
    can you please post egg manchuria.......
    Yesterday itried in a restaurent.it was too good.but a bit spicy.i want it to cook myself according to our taste

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  56. This is very nice and healthy noodles. thanks you for sharing this recipe.
    Joint Replacement India

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  57. Noodles looks tempting and would like to try. Which brand Tomato chilli sauce did you use in this recipe ? Pls let me know. Thanks in Advanced.

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  58. I saw your blog few days back and I am already liking the way you write, you click snaps and your Indian recipes... Even I tried Veg Hakka Noodles and have posted on my blog- Foodies' Fun
    Well its nothing as compared to yours. But you act as motivation to me. Thank you for putting up such lovely recipe...

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  59. hi i just happened to stop by ur blog and its really an amazing place to be!
    Could you tel me what is type of noodles we get in indian restaurants?Which brand did u use in this recipe.Please let me know, I have been searching for this answer quite long...thanks! Happy blogging !

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    1. I used Ching's brand... It was good like the one in restaurants.

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  60. hi akka,

    I've tried this very recently. As a bachelor I've got bored of my routine recipes and i always wanted to try new things and tried this according to your instructions :) it came out very nice n tasty and i added some soya sauce also at the end :) loved it a lot :) thank you for your recipe :) from now onwards all my holidays, recipes will be your's :) thanks a lot for your site...really amazing :)

    Thanks :)

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  61. lovely Raji................I will surely try it for my kids

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  62. thanks im 19 and u helped with this...im cooking my family dinner tonight and im following ur recipe...thanks..:)

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  63. hie this is awsum ....i am cooking my family dinner tonite and im gonna follow wat u sed above yyeyy...thanks for making life easier...im 19 yrs old..

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  64. Hi can we use soy sauce instead of the tomato chilli sause? And what happens if we use less oil, will the taste be really bad?

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    1. Sure you can add soya sauce. Plus if you add any tomato sauce or otehr sweet or hot sauce, it will taste better. Yes oil is must for getting non sticky noodles.

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  65. I find a hard time in cutting veggies .. Hw do you cut it?any tips

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    1. Use a large knife, not the small one, and make sure the knife is super sharp! Sure this will work!

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  66. hi raks....tried noodles today...it was really good..tanx a lot

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  67. Hi raks...tried hakka noodles today...it came out very well....tanx a lot

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  68. Hi Raks...

    your explanation is too good... almost all the dishes are made in a simple way with all available ingredients... this is one of the good site for tasty dishes.. All the best and keep it up... :)

    Aparna

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  69. Thanks a lot Raks.Tried this today and everyone loved it.

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  70. Ms Raji,

    Your blog is an addiction for me these days. I keep checking it daily. You have a very wonderful blog. I like the way you take the effort to put the step by step pictures. All the colors and look of the blog is very eye pleasing, hence for me it stands out from all other blogs out there. And your recipes, easy and simple. I have tried few from your blog and never went wrong. I can not wait to try more recipes for my one year old. Thanks again for your effort and time. Good luck and keep cooking and posting more for us.

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