Wednesday, 9 June 2010

8th June 2010 - Dinner - Hakka Noodles

Continuing with my Indo-Chinese fare, I made Hakka Noodles today. We had spring onions, cabbage and pepper, along with soya sauce - everything that you would want, except perhaps carrots and vinegar.

How did it look?

A posteriori
  • I have gotten the hang of this kind of cooking now, so I am all for trying more stuff like this. Maybe Chilly Paneer when I am back home.
  • Since even the biggest pans I have here are not big enough for stir frying the vegetables well, I do it in two pans simultaneously and then mix everything together in a vessel.
  • Personally, I liked it, and I am sure Raghu would be proud (not that I ever liked Chinese stuff in H2, although their parathas are better)


  1. looks a bit 'put together' and mushy? were the noodles proper? i'm sure it was more than edible, nonetheless. :)

  2. @Anasuya

    That's mainly because they were slapped onto the plate from the pan for the pic. But anyhow, I can't seem to figure out a way to take a good shot with noodles. Pasta looks great, but noodles look brown and oily - mainly because they are oily, and there is no sauce to mask and carry that oil.