Hakka noodles, absolutely simple and easy dish which is all time children favourite! My kiddo gets excited as soon as she makes it out that noodles are cooking in the kitchen. If you want to make your kiddo happy, then do try this out and your kiddo will keep asking for more. Health wise, its good and you can make your kids eat all the veggies without any fuss.
1 packet of Hakka noodles
1 small Carrot, julienned
10 French beans, finely chopped
1 small Bell pepper, finely chopped
5 to 6 Mushrooms, finely chopped (I used Button Mushrooms)
3 to 4 Spring onions
4 Garlic pods, minced
1 tsp White vinegar
1 tbsp Soy sauce
2 tsp Tomato sauce
1 tsp Chilli sauce
1 tbsp oil for stir frying + 1/2 tbsn for coating the noodles
salt to taste
Black pepper powder to taste
Water to cook the noodles
Heat enough water in a deep bottomed pan. Add salt and a few drops of oil and let income to a boil.
Add in the hakka noodles and cook as per the instructions given on the package. Take care not to overcook the noodles.
When the noodles are cooked, drain them in the colander and rinse with cold water. This will stop the noodles from cooking further.
Add few drops of oil to the noodles and mix gently, ensuring that oil gets evenly coated on the noodles so that they don’t stick together. Keep them aside.
Heat oil in a wok. Add onion and garlic and sauté for a min.
Add in all the veggies and stir fry then over high flame. Maintain the crunchiness of the veggies.
Add the hakka noodles and toss it well.
Add in all the sauces, vinegar, black pepper and salt and toss making sure that noodles are well coated.
Garnish with spring onions while serving.