Chilli Garlic Hakka Noodles
If you love the aroma of fried garlic and the burnt veggies you are going to love this recipe!
Hakka Noodles are quickly stir fried with a spicy Indian Chinese flavored sauce and crunchy vegetables. You can add lot of variations to this recipe and make your own favorite.
Chinese being a favorite kind of cuisine in our home, we cook a lot of noodles, fried rice and manchurian. This recipe is quick and insanely good 🙂
Plain noodles 1 & 1/2 cup
Spring Onion/Carrots/Capsicum/Cabbage- a handful finely chopped
Chilli flakes- 2 tsp
Garlic- 5 to 6
Pepper 1/2 tsp
Tomato chilli sauce- 2 tsp
Soya Sauce – 2 tsp Vinegar – 1 tsp or to taste
Salt as per taste
Olive Oil- 3 tsp
Boil water in a sauce pan, add some salt. Cook noodles al’dente (as per package directions). Drain the water and drizzle some oil and set aside.
Heat a pan with oil and fry chopped garlic and add the veggies one by one frying each for half minute. Add the sauces, salt and pepper and give a quick stir.
If you have a big pan try tossing the veggies in such a way that it catches fire. This gives the noodles that burnt and smoky flavor.
Add the chilli flakes and the noodles and mix them well with the veggies. Fry them on high flame all the time. Cook for about 10 minutes and turn of the flame.
Serve hot with any Manchurian or as such with sauce.