Hakka noodles
Written by Jayashree
Published on February 21, 2015
Chinese dishes have  gained immense popularity in our country in the past few years. Though, not exactly the same version, the major ingredients are included with a slight touch of our spices, thus it was the beginning of Indo- Chinese cuisine in our country. From starters to lunch ideas, they have a huge variety of delicacies which have become the buzz word  in our society today. The immediate dish that occurs one’s mind is noodles. Today, I present to you their exclusive Hakka noodles  along with  a starter,alu 65 for our blog hop .This day marks the blogversary of my website also. Thankyou to  one and all for the support.  It has really been a wonderful journey here.

Hakka noodles is a tasty dish served as a main course. It is easy to make.You can serve any gravy if you wish.


  • hakka noodles 500 gms
  • onion 2
  • beans 100 gms
  • carrot 100  gms
  • cabbage 1/2 small
  • spring onions 1 bunch
  • capsicum 1
  • ajinomoto a pinch
  • soya sauce 2tbsp
  • chilli sauce 1tsp  
  • chillies in vinegar 1tsp
  • chilli powder 1/2 tsp
  • oil 3tbsp  


  • Cut beans, carrot and capsicum  into long strips  with a diagonal at the edges. ( It is not necessary but Chinese cuisine have them in this way)
  • Cut the onions and spring onion into small bits. Wash the spring onion and keep aside.
  • Take a pan and boil water. Add noodles and one tablespoon of oil. Let boil for five minutes. Then put it in a colander and put cold water over it. This ensures that the noodles will not stick to each other.
  • Heat oil in a wok. Add the onions, let cook for a minute ,then add the beans and carrot,when slightly done,add capsicum and cabbage and cook for sometime. Add ajinomoto and allow to cook for a while.
  • Add soya sauce and chilli sauce to it. Add vinegar and chilli powder and mix well.
  • Add the boiled noodles and heat it for sometime.
  • Serve hot.


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  1. shubha

    delicious..very well done Jayashree!!

  2. marudhuskitchen

    Super..delicious. Hakka noodles☺

    • jayashree

      Thankyou dear Vani


    First of all a huge and hearty congratulations dear on the Blogiversary of Evergreen Dishes. Have loved the wholesomeness, filled with love and honest dishes in your Blog and cheers to many many more wonderful dishes and landmarks dear. Hakka noodles is a personal favourite and I think it truly marks joy within me for your Blogiversary. The dish looks absolutely delicious and paired with the Alu 65, what a treat it will be.

    • jayashree

      Thankyou so much Piyali for your wishes. Glad you liked them

  4. Anu Nagaraja

    irresistible bowls full of flavor and crunch! Happy Blogiversary Jayashree. these welcoming dishes surely add a delightful touch the blogiversary needs! As I have said before, I feel at home with nearly all your dishes 🙂

    • jayashree

      Thankyou Anu and glad to know that you feel connected here. Thanks for the wishes .

  5. Sundari

    looks so tempting!! perfectly made 🙂

    • jayashree

      Thankyou so much Sundari

  6. Padma

    Loved the hakka noodles…Yummy!!

    • jayashree

      Thankyou so much Padma

  7. jayashree

    Thankyou dear Shubha

  8. Jeena

    Really a great dish, yummmy

    • jayashree

      Thankyou so much Jeena

  9. Audrey@That Recipe

    These look so tasty. I’d have to cut back on the chilies for my son, which means more for me.

    I am going to feature them next week on my round up of Meatless Meals from Tasty Tuesdays Link Up.

    Thanks for linking up!

    • jayashree

      Thanks a bunch Audrey ! Have a great day !

  10. girlsglamour16

    Hakka Noodles is our all time favorite Indo-Chinese recipe. Looks Delicious.



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