Veg hakka noodles recipe

This vegetable hakka noodles is very easy to make and also kids like this very much. A nice variation to the usual Instant maggi noodles. I have made this by adding more veggies. You can reduce the veggies if you want. Veg hakka noodles is always a popular one among kids. If you have plain noodles at home, you can make easy restaurant style noodles for kids at home. I used Chings noodles for this recipe. Spaghetti can also be used.

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Veg hakka noodles recipe

  Preparation Time : 15 mins | Cooking Time :20 Mins |Serves: 2

     Plain noodles  150 gms
     Mixed veggies*  1/2 cup
     Tomato Sauce  3/4 tblsp
     Chilli sauce  3/4 tblsp
     Oil  2 tblsp + 1 tsp
     Garlic  5 cloves
     Spring onion**  few 
     Soya sauce  1 tblsp
     Salt as needed
    *I added carrot, capsicum and cabbage.
**Spring onions can be replaced with normal onions. Use one big onion for this recipe. 
     




Method with step wise pictures:
  • Thinly slice the veggies.
  • Finely chop the garlic and spring onion whites. 
  • In a heavy bottomed  pan add water and allow this to boil nicely.
  • Add the noodles to this.
  • Cook for 3-4 minutes. Do not over cook.
  • Drain excess water and pour cold water and add a tsp of oil to it and toss well to avoid the noodle sticking to each other.
  • In a pan add the oil, and add the garlic and spring onion whites.
  • Let this cook for few minutes till the onion becomes translucent.
  • Add chopped veggies and cook on high flame.
  • Add the tomato sauce, chili sauce and soya sauce. Add a bit of salt too. Do not add more as the sauces will have salt too.
  • Mix well.
  • Add the cooked noodles to this.
  • Mix well evenly.
  • Add spring onion greens on the top for garnishing. 
  • Serve it hot.
Veg hakka noodles

Notes:
  1. You can add 2 green chilis while adding garlic, if you want the noodles spicy.
  2. Freshly ground pepper powder can also be added to the veg hakka noodles.

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16 comments:

  1. hmm...looks delicious,never bought this brand before,will see if its avail here near my house :)

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  2. Looks nice , colorful.I've tried and posted.Its in my archive :)

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  3. Looks delicious...will try ur method

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  4. Kids love this platter. should try for this brand in chennai.

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  5. Thank you all for ur encouragement.

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  6. Jeyashree,

    Congrats on starting your blog. Your blog page looks fantastic. I will definitely try some of your recipes. Keep them coming.

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  7. a quick dinner at our place :)

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  8. thank u so much nags for visiting

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  9. this is one of my favorite recipes in ur blog!! hey what abt the recipe for the delicious paneer butter masala u made here last time wen we met??remember?...

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  10. thank u kirthika.absolutely i remember.will post soon

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  11. hai this is rinku very nice salad to look

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  12. This is my first visit here, you have very interesting recipes. Love you noodles not only fast but also easy and yummy.

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  13. hi jeyashree
    i made noodles....can we adjust soy sauce n chilli sauce accordig to our taste?
    what vegetables can we add?can we add onions too?

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    1. Renu the sauce can be adjusted according to your taste, but do not add more soya sauce.It will give a bitter taste. Veggies like carrot,beans,capsicum, corn,peas, capsicum can be added and ensure that they should be crunchy and not over cooked. Adding onions is absolutely optional. even i add sometimes and sometimes skip too!
      Thanks for trying out renu.

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  14. hi jeyashree
    iam planning to make moodles with maggi....will let u know ...

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  15. Wow Jeyashri your receipes are really good and I'm trying every day one of this.

    Selvi

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