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Sunday, December 13, 2009

Vegetable Hakka Noodles

Vegetable Hakka Noodles is simply loved by everyone. I would call it an Indo-Chinese dish. Hakka noodles are flat noodles and they are quick cooking noodles. Since I'm a big fan of Quick, Easy and Healthy Meals its no secret why this recipe finds itself here.

  • 1 packet Hakka Noodles (Ching's Secret)

  • 1 cup cabbage shredded

  • 1 cup carrot cut into julienne

  • 1 cup green bell pepper sliced

  • 1 bunch of spring onions chopped

  • 1/4 cup ginger sliced

  • 1/4 cup red onion sliced

  • 2 tablespoon oil

Preparation :
  • Prepare by chopping all the vegetables as shown.

*I buy carrots cut into thin strips like matchsticks...thats what you see in the picture. It's a real time saver.

  • Now cook the noodles as per the package instructions. In case of Ching's Secret Hakka noodles. Boil 10 cups of water in a large pan. When the water comes to a boil, cook the noodles for ONLY 2 minutes. The noodles are cooked Al dente. Now drain the noodles and spread them on a flat surface. Add 1 teaspoon of oil onto the noodles to prevent them from sticking.

  • Prepare the sauces : In one bowl take 1 teaspoon soy sauce,1 teaspoon green chilli sauce, 1 teaspoon chilli vinegar and 1 teaspoon red chilli sauce. The other bowl is 2 tablespoons of Schezwan sauce. This is optional. (I like to add this sauce as well to my vegetable hakka noodles though tradionally its added to Vegetable Schezwan noodles).

**You could adjust the seasonings to your taste if you think this is too hot for you . I use Ching's Secret Sauces.**

  • Now heat oil in a wok or frying pan on a high flame. Add all the vegetables except the spring onions and stir-fry for about a minute. Add both the sauces and stir fry until vegetables are crunchy and half cooked. Now add the noodles and stir fry on high flame for 2-3 minutes.
  • Ready to serve. Garnish with the chopped green onions.


  1. such a lovely presentation,hakka noodles looks very nice & delicious

  2. I love noodles. In this vegetarian version, I think I can use eggs.

  3. Tasty and tempting noodles. Click is good.


  4. very inviting pics..easy and tasty one!

  5. that's an enjoyable dish, looks very appetizing!!

  6. Oh wow, I LOVE Hakka Mee! They look really yummy Dolly. Will have to bookmark for the new year, post Christmas gluttony!

  7. Dear Dolly
    Very nice indeed. Your detailed description of the process including the sauce is perfect. I remember, many years back, when I was trying my hand into Noodle making, I always used to over boil ( no one was there to teach) and it used to taste so horrible, in spite of my adding all kind of things!!! Ha ha
    Best wishes

  8. Wow my all time fav....Looks perfect and yummyyyyyyy.......Tempting clicks dear....

  9. Noodles r my son's fav,looks delish...

  10. Hakka Noodles looks so delicious..superb clicks.

  11. My first time on your blog.. I stumbled over it through Deesha's blog. You have a wonderful space here with some great recipes! Hakka noodles look so yummy and delicious!

  12. The noodles looks too delicious and your description is really really nice..

  13. What an easy and yummy dish!That looks and sounds so good! I LOVE all the ingredients, YUM!

  14. First time in your blog, you have a good collection there...I love veg. hakka noodles..always use to nibble during my college days..

  15. nice clicks...looks really yummy and tempting..

  16. Hi,

    First time here...u ve a wonderful blog...all yummy recipes!!...glad to follow u!...do drop by,


  17. Little one is doing grt dear..He is 15 mnths now.Keeping me busy always..Hw abt ur kids? Hw old r they ?

  18. Hi, Thank you for visiting my blog and ur lovely comment. First time here you have a great blog. following u.

  19. My family's fav noodles! You have prepared well and beautiful presentation!

  20. luv the recipe. I am a big fan of Ching's Secret range- Hakka especially but also their soups, instant noodles, sauces et all :)