Boiled Hakka Noodles

Boiled Hakka Noodles

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No Chinese meal is ever complete without Boiled Noodles, which is used not just for the main course but also to prepare a range of other dishes ranging from soups and starters to desserts too!

This means that before you foray into Chinese cuisine, you ought to know how to cook noodles perfectly – and this simple recipe will make sure you succeed in your venture. Make sure you follow all the instructions including the cold water wash to refresh the noodles.

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Boiled Hakka Noodles recipe - How to make Boiled Hakka Noodles

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1 packet (200gms) hakka noodles
2 tsp oil
salt to taste
  1. Boil enough water in a deep non-stick pan, add 1 tsp of oil and salt and mix well.
  2. Once the water starts boiling, add the noodles, mix well and cook on a medium flame for 8 to 10 minutes or till they are cooked, while stirring occasionally.
  3. Remove from the flame and drain out all the excess water.
  4. Pour some cold water on the noodles to stop further cooking.
  5. Let all the water drain out and ensure that the noodles do not contain any moisture. Put the remaining 1 tsp of oil over it and mix it gently. This will prevent the noodles from sticking together. Use as required

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To make boiled hakka noodles

  1. To make  Boiled Hakka Noodles, first boil enough water in a deep pan. Add salt to taste and oil.
  2. Add the hakka noddles and mix well. We have taken 2 packets of hakka noodles. Per packet of hakka noodles is approx. 150 gms.
  3. Boil the hakka noodles for 8  to 10 minutes or till they are 70-80% cooked. Do not overcook or else they will turn soggy. Drain them using a strainer.
  4. Refresh  Boiled Hakka Noodles under cold water so they do not stick to each other and the internal cooking process stops.
  5. Keep aside  Boiled Hakka Noodles to cool. You can also drizzle oil to avoid noodles from sticking to each other.

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Nutrient values per cup
Energy403 cal
Protein12.7 g
Carbohydrates78.2 g
Fiber0 g
Fat4.3 g
Cholesterol0 mg
Vitamin A30 mcg
Vitamin B10 mg
Vitamin B20 mg
Vitamin B30 mg
Vitamin C0 mg
Folic Acid0 mcg
Calcium0 mg
Iron0 mg
Magnesium0 mg
Phosphorus0 mg
Sodium482 mg
Potassium0 mg
Zinc0 mg

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Boiled Hakka Noodles
 on 15 Mar 18 02:21 PM

One query, pls help. How long do boiled noodles stay OK? Can I boil in morning for use at night?
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Tarla Dalal    Hi, Yes you can boil the noodles and keep in the morning, cool them completely, apply oil and toss them , cover them with a lid and keep in the fridge till evening...
15 Mar 18 03:32 PM
Boiled Noodles (Chinese)
 on 14 Nov 14 04:29 PM

My noodles use to always be sticky.. Thanks for the solution.. Now adding little oil to it, doesn't make it sticky anymore..