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Thursday, October 18, 2012

Sesame Schezwan Vegetable Noodles

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In India, we all love "Indian Chinese Food". That trend continue all over the world where Indians are. There lot of restaurants specialize in this cuisine.  I make this kind of dishes at home too and we love it too.

Schezwan food is spicy compared to normal Chinese food. but you can adjust the heat in the food as per your taste. I always use whole wheat spaghetti to make any noodle dish. so here also I use same thing.

Ingredients :
1/4 box of Speghetti (boiled as per box)
1 long sliced onion
half tofu long sliced
half head brocooli
1 match stick sliced carrot
1 Match stick sliced capsicum
2 green thai chilies
5 big garlic  match stick sliced
half of ginger match stick sliced (the more ginger is, taste better)
you can take green beans, cabbage, zucchini what ever vegetables you like
1 tbspSoya sauce,
2 tbsp Schezwan sauce,
1 tsp vienegar (as per taste)
2 tsp oil
2 tbsp white sesame seeds

Method
Heat wok with one tsp  of oil, stir fry noodles in it with little bit of soya sauce and vinegar in it. stir it for 3-4 minutes. Keep it aside.



Heat up wok again,add one tsp of oil, add ginger, garlic and green chilies, stir fry till you can smell it.
then add all the vegetables, tofu,  quickly mix them together.
Add noodles and mix it with vegetables.
Take a bowl and add soya sauce , schezwan sauce and vinegar , mix it and add in the wok with veges and noodles.
Adjust the seasoning and turn off the gas.

Sprinkle sesame seeds and serve hot.
I served it alongside tofu fries.




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7 comments:

  1. Tofu fries are tempting. The noodles are yummy too....I miss sezchuan sauce. Haven't found it anywhere here :(

    BTW about the colour for baingan bhartha - I usually get that colour when I use kashmiri chilly powder. But different brands have different colours, I reckon.

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  2. fried rice looks perfect.Happy to be ur new follower.

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