Nam prik pao is a very tasty accompaniment which goes well with soups like tom yum goong (hot and sour prawn soup) or any tom yum soup or as a dip. It is used in noodles and also in fried rice. This time I prepared crispy noodles with Nam prik pao chicken with some vegetables, you can add paneer or prawns for a change instead of chicken. The crispy noodles will give a crunchy bite with spicy and sweet sauce (Nam prik pao). Serve as a starter or main course.
Vegetarian stir fry noodles is like vegetable hakka or chow mein hakka noodles, which is stir fried on a wok or a wider Indian kadai/vessel. Stir fry noodles are very easy to make and gets quickly cooked if vegetables are chopped in advance. Its children’s favourite and of course mine too and is a very easy option for lunch boxes. The main vegetables which we see often is carrot, beans, cabbage, capsicum and beansprouts.
Vegetable hakka noodles or vegetable hakka chow mien popularly known dish in indo-Chinese cuisine. This hakka noodles or chow Mein noodles is all time everyone’s favourite , kids love it and is very easy to make in no time, only in vegetables cutting time is needed, otherwise its easy. Now days, chopped vegetables also you get for Chinese cooking. Its very nutrious also as lots of vegetables go in it. The main vegetables which we see often is carrot, beans, cabbage, capsicum and beansprouts. You can add any vegetables as many, as per your child’s taste, in the noodles.
Chicken Hakka noodles or chicken Hakka chow mien popularly known dish in indo-Chinese cuisine. This chicken Hakka noodles or chicken chow Mein noodles is very easy to make, only in vegetables cutting time is needed, otherwise it’s easy. Though it is chicken Hakka noodles I have added more of vegetables, as I love to have both chicken and vegetables, but you can add more chicken as per your taste.
Pad Thai is a stir fry noodle with fish sauce, chicken or prawns, lime juice, tamarind paste and vegetables, very famous as a street food in Thailand and is served with Thai condiments (crushed peanuts, chives, pickled turnip, coriander leaves, lime, spicy chili oil, chili powder, vinegar, fish sauce, sugar or palm sugar). In pad Thai, fish sauce, oyster sauce, sugar, tamarind paste, peanuts are very important but every one cooks differently as per their taste.
Prawns Pad Thai is a stir fry noodle with fish sauce, lime juice and vegetables, very famous as a street food in Thailand and is served with Thai condiments (crushed peanuts, chives, pickled turnip, coriander leaves, lime, spicy chili oil, chili powder, vinegar, fish sauce, sugar or palm sugar). In Thailand, their food has to be sour, salty, sweet, spicy and tangy, which is in this recipe. You can find pad thai, taste differently in each restaurant, as everyone add different combination of sauces like fish sauce, soya sauce, sweet soya sauce , tamarind paste or pulp, oyster sauce.
In this chicken noodle, turmeric flavour will be more, though using oyster sauce or soya sauce. This easy and quick recipe. If you are able to get chopped Chinese stir fry vegetables and boiled rice noodles in the super store, it is more easy and quick, I will say more comfortable recipe on lazy days or any left over vegetables and left over roasted or boiled chicken is left, you can use this recipe. It is a one pan or one pot dish, but very quick.
Chow mien in Chinese mean stir fry noodles, there are variety of versions in it. Each time when ever I visit some Chinese street food, I learn by seeing them or in restaurants where from a glass, you can view what the chef is doing. My main purpose is to share the recipes which are good and tasty. In chow mien noodles, I have often seen egg noodles or eggless noodles, you can use rice or any noodles you have. Each place I get different taste and texture.
In Singapore you will find variety of stir fry noodles, each has different taste and different flavour. One among them is curry powder flavoured noodles. Most of the Singapore noodles prepared are in yellow colour which has turmeric in it. I have prepared my own curry powder for the noodles which gave different taste. You can use chicken, prawns or any meat you like but I have seen more of prawns.
In Singapore, you will find a huge variety of stir fry noodles, each with different taste and flavour. One among them is curry powder flavoured noodles with oyster sauce. Most of the Singapore noodles prepared are yellow in colour, which is due to the turmeric used in it. I have prepared my own curry powder for the noodles, which gave a different taste. You can use chicken, prawns or any meat you like, but I have seen a lot more of prawns in Singapore noodles. The Singapore noodles is made using rice noodles usually, but I have used maggi type or ramen type noodles. Noodles can be stir fried or prepared with a little soup as well. You can use any colourful vegetables that are also crunchy.
American chopsuey is a famous and most common dish available in Chinese restaurants in India. The combination of crispy noodles, crunchy vegetables and meat with sauce and egg makes very tasty and appetizing as a popular Indo-Chinese dish. The sauce made for the crunchy noodles is sour and sweet and goes well with our crunchy vegetables and crunchy noodles.