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Thursday, 2 February 2017

SPECIAL VEG NOODLES (No Bake Recipe)

SPECIAL VEG NOODLES RECIPE - 






Hello all of you. Noodles is our all time favourite Chinese dish, isn't it? 
It is also a nice snack. Everyone likes to eat noodles. It gets cooked in no time. 
Noodles are of different varieties. We have the normal noodles, which are made from flour. Nowadays we also get Aata (Wheat Flour)  Noodles,  which are healthier than the normal noodles. Then we have egg noodles, which are generally very thin in shape. We have rice noodles etc. 

Special Veg Noodles is an easy yet tasty  dish to make. It consists of some really nice  veggies like corn, mushrooms, capsicum, carrots etc. So let's have a look at our recipe below. 




Preparation Time -  15 minutes

Cooking Time -  10 minutes 

Total Time -  25 minutes 

Serves -  3

Ingredients - 

  • Half packet noodles
  • 1 Capsicum cut into juliennes (cut it thinly in long stripes) 
  • 1 Carrot cut into thin julieness
  • 1 teaspoon chopped garlic
  • 1 green chilli chopped
  • Half cup corn
  • 4-5 mushrooms chopped
  • 1 Kashmiri Lal Mirch
  • 1 tablespoon tomato sauce
  • 1 teaspoon soya sauce
  • 1 teaspoon chilli sauce (avoid if you don't want the noodles to be too spicy) 
  • 1 teaspoon white vinegar 
  • Salt to taste

Method - 

  • Firstly boil the noodles. Put half packet noodles in a pan. Add enough water so that the noodles get submerged properly. Add 1 drop oil. Boil it till the noodles get cooked. Now take out the noodles and put it under  running  cold water. This will stop the noodles from getting cooked furthur. 
  • Take a pan. Add 1 tablespoon oil. Heat it. Add kashmiri lal mirch and garlic. Saute for a few seconds. Add green chilli. And saute again for a few seconds. 




  • Leaving corn,  add all the veggies. Saute on a high flame for 5 minutes approx. 
  • Now add salt,  tomato sauce, green chilli sauce, soya sauce and vinegar. Mix it nicely. 
  • Add the noodles. Mix it properly so that the veggies and the noodles get mixed together. 
  • Add corn. Mix nicely and let it cook for 2-3 minutes, on a low flame. 
  • Your Special Veg Noodles are ready! 





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22 comments:

  1. I love noodles, I love chinese food! This is the best combination!
    Thank you for this delicious inspiration! #Crazy4Blogging
    - Emmi
    www.emmiscookinside.blog

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  2. The recipe sounds very tasty! Every time I see sweet corn and any type of pasta combined, the little child within me gets very happy ;)

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  3. I love noodles.It has been one of my favorites. They said that eating noodles will prolong one's life. I don't know how true is it. But even I don't know those superstition, I will still eat noodles. Haha! Your recipe I think is worth the try. I would love to do it one day.

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  4. The colors look inviting and yummy. Not familiar with Kashmiri Lal Mirch.

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    1. Thanks Karen. Kashmiri lal mirch is a type of chilli. It is dried and used. It's quite spicy. So we usually add 1-2 chillies only.

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  5. Being the total dork that I am, I got so much enjoyment out of reading 'capsicum'. That is a term not used in the States, and it immediately sparked my desire to travel overseas. The noodles look yummy, too, BTW. :-)

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  6. Looks like I may to expand my Chinese dishes from the basics to include this dish! It looks so good!

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  7. Is Kashmiri Lal Mirch the same thing as Kashmiri Masala? I used to put the masala in my ramen when I was younger! SO GOOD!

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    1. Hi Divya. Actually they are different. Kashmiri Lal Mirch is a type of chilli. It is red in color and is quite spicy. Whereas Kashmiri Masala is a mixture of various spices like cloves, cumin, cardamom etc.

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  8. Looks amazing. It would be stepping out of my food comfort zone, but I might just have to give it a try!

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  9. This looks delightful! I love pasta, and I can't wait to try this out! x

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  10. Instead of the noodles, I would do spaghetti squash!

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