Stir Fry Veg Hakka Noodles

Stir Fry Veg Hakka Noodles
Stir Fry Veg Noodles

Stir Fry Veg Hakka Noodles is famous street food in India, also called Chow mein. It is kids’ favorite food, so why not prepare restaurant-type, healthy, Veg noodles prepared at home rather than buying from restaurants.


Noodles (Plain or Hakka noodles 1 pack)
Onion1 chopped lengthwise
Garlic2 tsp Finely chopped
Cabbage finely chopped 1 cup
CapsicumAll Colours 1 cup
Carrot2 grated
Soya Sauce 2 Tsp
Tomato ketchup1 Tsp
Pepper powder1/2 tsp
Salt according to taste
Olive Oil 1 Tsp


  • Boil 5 cups of water in a pan with some salt and few drops of oil, add noodles and bring it to boil.

  • Cook noodles according to packet instruction or till the noodles are soft and break easily by finger.

  • When the noodles are done strain them in a colander, rinse them in cold water.

  • Add a few drops of oil and toss the noodles gently, by this method the noodles do not get sticky.

  • Cool the noodles completely before adding them to the vegetables.

  • In another pan heat 2 tsp of olive oil and add chopped garlic and saute for a few seconds.

  • Now add all the chopped vegetables and onions stir fry for about 1-2 minutes in the high flame by continuously stirring the veg to prevent them from burning.

  • The vegetables should retain their crispness, so take care not to overcook them.

  • Reduce the flame once the vegetables are stir-fried and add pepper powder, salt, and soya sauce along with the boiled noodles.

  • Increase the flame and keep on tossing the noodles, add 1 tsp of tomato ketchup if you want to give some sweetness to the noodles.

  • You can garnish the noodles with chopped spring onions, and serve them hot.

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