When the names come “Chinese Food,” the first dish that comes to everyone’s mind is delicious mouth-watering Hakka Noodles. Whether a ten-year-old child or 18-year teenager or 30-year-old person, everyone loves Hakka Noodles, but what stops them is the unhygienic food available outside. But now the wait is over; we bring you the best recipe of Hakka Noodles in the town for you to make it in your home quickly without any restrictions and within minutes.
- A Stove
- A Pan
- Vegetables (Onion, cabbage, carrots, etc.)
1) First, boil the noodles according to the instructions given by the company on the package.
2) Drain the noodles properly and wash them under cold running water, which cleans the noodles properly as well cool down the noodles, which stops the cooking process.
3) Add ½ tablespoon of vegetable oil to the noodles and make the noodles stir properly inside the pan so that all noodles get lightly coated due to which they do not stick to each other.
4) Heat two tablespoons of oil in another container, whichever you are using a medium to high heat. Once the oil is hot, add chopped or mashed garlic, ginger, chili to the oil and wait for some time and then add sliced onions, carrots, and other vegetables to the pan cook them at high heat for 1-2 minutes.
5) Once all your veggies are adequately prepared, keep them aside, and add soya sauce to the pan and heat it at low for a few minutes.
6) When the sauce is cooked a little, combine the veggies again in the pan and stir them accurately inside the sauce, after which add pepper and salt accordingly and stir them properly.
7) Add the boiled noodles into the pan and stir it suitably until all the noodles are well covered with the sauce.
8) Add and stir one teaspoon of chili oil and garnish it with some spring onion greens if you want it to be hot and chilly.
9) You can add paneer, tofu, and other such things to make your Hakka Noodles tastier.
Conclusion: The hot noodles are ready to serve and eat. Also, you can show your artistic skills by adding some additional veggies into the noodles and serving it delightfully in a plate with chopsticks if you want to have a proper Chinese feel while eating it.