Something hot and Something sour...I wanted to try something new with noodles and also peanuts...as my hubby loves peanuts in noodles and pasta (the thai peanut liguini pasta is his favourite...) as I didnt have spices for a thai pasta... thought will do a fusion between Indo-chinese and thai...:) Cool isnt it?
This also reminds me of the Street Indo-chinese that we used to get in india...:) Miss thems ooo badly... anyways here goes this lip smacking yumm recipe..:D
Hakka noodles or Chowmein noodle (egg noodles) - 1 pack
Rice wine vinegar - 3/4 cup
Lite soya sauce - 1/3 cup
Honey or sugar - 1/3 cup ( i dont like the smell of honey so used sugar...u can use honey thats wt the actual recipe calls for.)
Fresh chopped Ginger - 3 tablespoon
Chopped garlic - 3 pods
Asian Chilli garlic sauce -1 tbsp
Dark Sesame oil - 2 Tbsp
Chopped green onions - 1/2 bunch
Onion - 1/2 cup ( sliced in big pieces))
Green bell pepper - 1/2 cup ( sliced in big pieces)
Baby corn - 1 can (optional)
Roasted and salted peanuts - 1 cup
Salt & pepper to taste
Whisk together Rice white vinegar, Lite Soya Sauce,Sugar, Asian Chilli garlic sauce & Dark sesame oil in a medium bowl; set aside
Cook the noodles seperately according to the package instruction and Keep aside.
In a wok add some sesame oil and the chopped garlic. Stir for some time. Add the onions, green bell pepper and the baby corn. Stir fry in a medium high flame for 10 minutes until the veggies cook well but yet is crisp. Add salt and pepper.
Now add the cooked noodles...:) And stir fry well till the veggies r cooked well. Add the vinegar & sauce mixture and stir fry.Toss well to combine.
Garnish with Green onions, peanuts and Tossed sesame seeds (optional)
Serve hot or cold. Tastes awesome either way. You dont need any sides with this. Enjoy!