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Veg Hakka Noodles

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  • Veg
  • 35 mins
  • Serves 5
  • Easy

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Hakka cuisine is a cooking style that originated with the Hakka people from Indo China. Although they are predominantly located in Taiwan, their population ranges throughout South East Asia, including Hong Kong, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, and of course India. Hakka noodles are prized for their simplicity and ability to pair well with all manner of veggies, making them great for both vegetarians and vegans. Then you’ll want to take it for lunch all the time using your Vaya Tyffyn lunchbox. It’ll keep your food fresh and warm.

Health Benefits

Hakka cuisine is considered to be particularly healthy due to its inclusion of vegetables, grilled meats, and rice flour. It is a natural gluten free powerhouse that is rich in vitamins. Necessary nutrients like, vitamins A, C, and D, which helps boost the immune system and increase the body’s rate of recovery. The protein added to the noodles is also great for recovering from muscle fatigue and repairing damage done to muscle tissue. The noodles also avoid the inflammation and indigestion that eating wheat noodles cause to the body due to the gluten free properties of the rice noodles.

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How to make Veg Hakka Noodles

  1. Cook noodles according to package instructions.
  2. In a pan over medium heat, heat oil, add chilli and garlic and stir till the raw smell of garlic diminishes.
  3. Add chopped spring onion whites and sauté till translucent.
  4. Turn the flame to high, add mushrooms, carrot, capsicum, and celery and stir-fry for about 4 minutes or until slightly brown.
  5. Add salt, pepper, soy sauce, chili sauce, and vinegar and continue stirring over high flame.
  6. Add cooked noodles and toss with tongs to mix well with vegetables and sauces.
  7. Garnish with spring onion greens and enjoy! 

Trivia

  • The Chinese immigrated in considerable number to Calcutta, India around the late 1700s and brought with them Chinese parlors, dentists, shoe shops and of course Chinese cuisine! Thus was born the hakka noodles, fried rice, and Manchurian as we know them today! 
  • Unlike most Chinese ethnic groups, the Hakka people are not named after a geographic region.

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