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How to Make Chicken Hakka Chowmein

By: ravi kumar from chingssecret.com
How to Make Chicken Hakka Chowmein
How to Make Chicken Hakka Chowmein

"Chicken Hakka Chowmein is an Indo-Chinese Dish And most famous street dish in India. Indian Love eats Chicken Hakka Chowmein as Snack. It has another Version as Chicken Hakka Noodle But it has little Different Taste. Chowmein and Hakka noodles are both Chinese dishes. The difference between them is the style in which they are cooked. Chowmein has a Taishan (China) influence to it, while Hakka noodles are cooked as per the Hakka cuisine. Indian get inspired form them and make it with Indian style with adding in Indian herbs and spices. Make and enjoy the best taste of Indo-Chinese cuisine in one Plate."

Serves2

Preparation Time10 min

Chilling Time12 min

Cooking Time12 min

Ingredients

  • Ching’s Secret Egg Hakka Noodles
  • 2 tbsp Ching's Veg Chowmien Masala
  • 1 Boneless Chicken breast (boiled & shredded)
  • 1 cup Chopped Vegetables (carrot, mushroom, cabbage, capsicum & onion)
  • 4 tbsp. Oil
  • Salt to taste
  1. Cooking instruction for Noodles:

  2. Step 1: Boil 10 cups of water in a large pan, let the water bubble.

  3. Step 2: Drop the noodles and boil for only 2-3 minutes. The noodles are cooked Al Dente ( Al Dente means partially cooking the noodles or leaving it slightly ‘kachcha’ )

  4. Step 3: Drain the noodles & wash under running water. Spread on a flat surface & toss in 1tsp oil to prevent sticking & proceed with your chosen dish

  5. Method:

  6. Step 1: Cook the noodles as per above instructions

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Chinese food is always very welcome in our house and this Chicken Hakka Chowmein is no exception. It is such a delicious way to eat vegetables too and, as we grow our own, there is always something in the garden waiting to be picked. A friend alerted me to this recipe and we are very grateful that she did cos we will definitely be having it frequently from now on!

Who does not like a typical Chinese meal? Tasty, quick and easy and something everyone in the family will love makes this a perfect meal for a busy weekday family dinner. We tossed in whatever veg we had in the refrigerator and it was a really good meal and well worth making again and again.

This is such an easy recipe to prepare. What I like about it is that you can adapt the flavors to your liking as well. You can use whichever vegetables you prefer too. I love pasta dishes which are easy to put together. You could also use pork instead of chicken. But even if you don't change a thing, I would like to try this.

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