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How To Make Veg. Chowmein Indian Style

Wednesday, 10 Aug 2016 - 8:08 pm

The use of more vegetables as compared to the original Chinese cuisine is what makes the Indian Chowmein unique. Not only do many restaurants but also street vendors serve this dish that is lip smacking.

The use of more vegetables as compared to the original Chinese cuisine is what makes the Indian Chowmein unique. Not only do many restaurants but also street vendors serve this dish that is lip smacking and highly popular all over India.

Chowmein by any other name

The vegetarian Chowmein is also known as Hakka noodles in India. In fact, it is the Indian adaptation of the original Chinese Chowmein. It is simple to prepare and anyone can try their hand at it. If you do not know how to make veg. Chowmein Indian style, then do refer to some of the best recipes that are available on the internet. A Chowmein known by any other name – Hakka noodles or otherwise – would taste as good as the original dish that had been concocted in China. In fact, this recipe is one of the life hacks for bachelors who do not know how to cook on their own. Following this recipe will give you tasty food in no time. In other words, it is not at all time consuming.

Cook like the Chinese

Take a big vessel and add some noodles to it. Begin cooking the dish. Then, add your own touches to the dish. Whether you use the Sriracha sauce or soya sauce, it will always taste good. You need a wok and some vegetables along with some oil, garlic and ginger pastes, etc. to prepare this dish. There are many versions of Chowmein all over the world but the Indian version is the spiciest and full of flavours. Even though Chowmein is nothing other than stirred noodles, it is eaten either with chicken, wontons, pork, beef or even vegetables.

Use a microwave

If you want, you can use a microwave oven to prepare this dish. If you would like it to become tasty, add some vinegar, tomato chilli sauce, and other sauces to it. Serve it hot with some soup and bread if you want. In fact, since Chinese cuisine is well loved all over India, it has been adapted by people in their own style. People add their own ingredients or special touches to this dish. Chinese people usually add a lot of soya sauce and salt to this dish to give it some extra flavour. You can easily cook this recipe in a few minutes.

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