When I was in college , going to restaurants was rare thing in contrast with what it is today. We went on special occasions like birthdays and enjoyed ordering and eating like grown ups. One dish I remember was "American chopsey" which I ate in a Chinese restaurant and loved it.
When I came here I craved for this dish but did not know how to make it. I saw hakka noodles packet at a Indian store and gave it a try. It tasted so good that we invited our friends over and we all enjoyed the product of my experiments ! Give it a try when you crave for something spicy and tangy..
- Hakka Noodles (ching's)
- Green/yellow Pepper--1 thinly sliced
- Spring onions--Chopped finely--1 cup
- Ginger--1/2 teaspoon
- Chilli Powder-1/4 tbsp
- Corn flour--1 Tablespoon (dissolve in 1/2 cup water
- Tomato Ketchup--2 Tablespoons
- Soya Sauce--1/2 teaspoons
- Knorr ready to cook Manchurian mix powder --3 Tablespoons( dissoved in water)
Boil water in a pan and add the Hakka noodles. Boil them Partially not until they become soft. Drain them on sieve. Heat oil in a pan and deep fry the noodles ,it takes a while for the noodles to get crispy in the meantime prepare sauce.
Sauce---Take a Pan and add oil to it. When hot add ginger,chilli powder . Now add the Green peppers which are thinly sliced and saute for some time.Add the spring onions and keep stirring. Now add soya sauce, tomato ketchup, and knorr powder and some water. Add the corn flour paste and mix well to avoid any lumps . Boil this for few minutes and season with salt.
Take a bowl and put the fried noodles on it. Now pour the sauce over and enjoy when hot. This has to be served hot.
Note-- You can use knorr ready to cook schezwan sauce, or chilli paneer mix too.