Veggie noodles in tomato walnut sauce -Indo-chinese
Here’s an easy recipe vegetable noodles in tomato walnut sauce. This is a indo-chinese dish where vegetables and noodles are cooked in tomato-walnut sauce, soy sauce, vinegar. Red chillies are added for the spice however if you are not a spice lover can just skip red chillies or can be personalised as per the taste.
This noodle is similar to hakka noodles adding tomato-walnut sauce would make the variation to this recipe.
Cooking time-15 minutes
Preparation time-15 minutes
- Chinese noodles/ any kind of noodles-200 gms
- Thinly sliced carrots-1 num
- Thinly sliced capsicum-1 num
- Shredded cabbage-1/2 cup
- Finely chopped spring onion whites-1/2 cup
- Sliced French beans-1/4 cup
- Soy sauce-1 tsp
- Vinegar-1 tsp
- Salt-as per taste
- Olive Oil-1 tbsp
- Chopped tomatoes-2-3num
- Chopped Walnuts-a handful
- Red chillies-2num
- Throw tomatoes, walnuts, garlic, red chilies in the food processor/ blender and blend them to smooth and set aside.
- bring water to boil, add 1 tsp oil and salt to it. Adding oil prevents the noodles from sticking to each other.
- Add noodles and let them cook for 1-2 minutes make sure not to overcook. Drain in a colander run cold water and set aside.
For Stir fry:
- Heat oil in the wok /kadai on high flame then reduce a bit and add ground tomato sauce keep stirring and cook for a 1-2 minutes (watch out as the sauce may splash while cooking).
- Add cabbage, onion, carrot, capsicum, beans and saute for 3-4 minutes.
- Then add soy sauce, vinegar, salt and saute for a minute.
- Then add cooked noodles and toss well and cook on high flame until heated through.
- Turn off the flame and garnish with spring onion greens
This can be served as a main dish with:
Posted on January 6, 2016, in Indian, International, Main Course, Main dish and tagged Chitras healthy kitchen, drch noodles., drchdietfood, Indo-Chinese recipe, spaghetti recipes, Tomato and walnut sauce, Veggie healthy noodles recipe, walnut tomato sauce for noodles, whole wheat spaghetti recipes. Bookmark the permalink. 55 Comments.