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Cook Time: 20 Minutes
Get the perfect noodles every time with this simple recipe. It's quick, it's easy, and it's delicious. You'll learn how to make the perfect noodles at home with only a few ingredients.
- Packet Noodles
- 5–6 chopped or minced garlic
- 1 large or 2 medium-sized
- Chopped onions
- Spring onions
- Green chilies
- Parsley leaves
- Black pepper powder
- Olive oil
- Tomato sauce
- Red chili sauce
- Soy sauce
- Salt to taste
Quick and Easy Noodles Recipe to Fascinate Your Taste Buds
- Start boiling the noodles as per the package instructions.
- Before you begin cooking noodles, it's a good idea to prepare your onions and garlic. Start chopping onions and garlic finely.
- Take a large pan and pour in some olive oil. Once hot, add the garlic cloves and sauté garlic for about two minutes until its strong smell goes away.
- Next, add chopped spring onions, green chilis, onion slices, and Cook for a few minutes until the onions are tender.
- Pour in some tomato sauce, chili paste and salt, and black pepper to taste; cook for about 2-3 minutes, constantly stirring to prevent it from burning.
- Combine the boiling noodles (drain them first), vinegar, and soy sauce in a mixing bowl. Cook it for another 2-3 minutes, occasionally stirring so that you can prevent burning the mixture.
- Once done, garnish with freshly chopped parsley leaves from spring onions greens and serve warm on a plate.
Chef Tip: Noodles cook nicely when there is plenty of room for it to spread. Don't cram your favorite noodles into a little saucepan. It's also important to make sure your ingredients are prepped before starting to cook noodles.
Whether they’re homemade or store-bought, noodles are a versatile ingredient and a great staple to keep on hand in your pantry. They’re also a great way to bulk up a meal if you’re trying to cut down on meat or are looking for a meatless option. Now, you can enjoy this delicious food in a flash.
- Noodles are a symbol of a long life in China.
- They are served uncut on birthdays, sometimes even replacing birthday cakes, and also on Chinese new Year for long and happy life. The longer the noodles, the longer your life.
- Noodles originated in China. The earliest documented usage of noodles was in the Eastern Han period and became a staple food for the people of the Han Dynasty.
- It was initially made of wheat dough. In 2005, archeological evidence was discovered at Lajia archeological site that reported an earthenware bowl that contained 4000-year-old noodles. These ancient noodles found were made by repeatedly stretching out the dough manually by hands.
- 100 grams of noodles contain 138 calories. Breaking it down, it contains 2.1g of fat, 29mg of cholesterol, 5mg of sodium, 25g of carbohydrate, and 4.5g of protein.
- Whole wheat contains vitamin B that keeps you energetic, a complex carbohydrate that leaves you feeling full for a longer time.