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Saturday, February 27, 2021

Hot Garlic Noodles


Kids to adults, everyone loves noodles. Noodles has some magic attached to it. Every flavor of noodles is equally welcomed by everyone. This hot garlic noodles is loved in our family. It is spicy, garlicky, and yummy to the last bit. 


We used to buy the Ching's brand earlier. Though it is a little spicy, my kids will love to have it. Though the quick cook packaged noodles are fun, it is not healthy to have it more often. So, I started to make it from scratch and we love this version. This is very close in taste to the original version. If you prefer a little soupy, add a little more water. I have used the Ching's hakka noodles, feel free to use your favorite noodle for this recipe. 


Christie is hosting "All about Noodles" event in our "Our Family Table" group. I linking my recipe to this event. We share Recipes From Our Dinner Table!  Join our group and share your recipes, too! While you're at it, join our Pinterest board, too!



Ingredients

Serves 4

To cook Noodles:


Hakka noodles - 3
Water to cook
Oil - 2 tsp

For hot garlic paste


Chili - 6 to 8
Byadige/Kashmir red  chili - 2
Garlic - 8 to 10 cloves
Water - 1/4 cup

For the final hot garlic noodles:


Garlic - 3 to 4 cloves
Ginger - 1 tbsp, minced
Tomato ketchup - 1 tbsp
Oil - 3 tbsp
Soy sauce - 1 tbsp
Salt - 1.5 tsp
Sugar 3 tsp
Green onion - 4
Hot garlic paste from the above


Method


To make the hot garlic paste, soak the dried red chilies in hot water. Grind them with garlic using the water for soaking to a smooth paste.


Boil enough water to cook the noodles by following the directions on the package of the noodles you use. Drain, add oil to the noodles and separate with hand so that they don't become a sticky mass.


Heat Oil in a pan. Add the ginger and garlic, sauté till nice aroma comes for about a minute. Add the ground chili-garlic paste and continue to cook for a minute. Then add salt, sugar, soy sauce, ketchup, and white parts of the green onion. Cook for 2-3 minutes. Add the noodles, stir-fry till everything is combined well. Garnish with green onions. 


Serve hot.




Here are the noodle recipes we shared today for "All About the Noodles". Thanks, Christie.


Beef Coconut Curry Soup by Art of Natural Living

Easy Linguine with Clam Sauce by A Kitchen Hoor's Adventures

Edamame Noodle Salad by Karen's Kitchen Stories

Hot Garlic Noodles by Magical Ingredients

Japanese Pan Noodles with Steak by Making Miracles

Million Dollar Spaghetti Casserole by Cheese Curd In Paradise

Savory Noodle Kugel by Palatable Pastime

Spicy Arribata Zoodles by That Recipe

Tofu Lo Mein by Hezzi-D's Books and Cooks






10 comments:

  1. Give me all the garlic!! I love anything that's garlicky. This sounds delicious.

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  2. I'm all about the easy pasta for dinner and this looks awesome! Perfect for when I'm cooking for myself.

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  3. I keep a sambal in the jar all the time so that makes this even easier. What a great noodle side dish.

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    1. Thanks Sue!. I have tried with sambal paste too, but love this version in which we make the paste fresh.

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  4. This packs some HEAT! What a lovely dish!

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  5. This looks outstanding. Love all the flavor!

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  6. These noodles look packed with delicious flavor! Spicy and sweet bowl of yum!

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  7. I love warm spicy noodles and this looks so good! I can't wait to try it.

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