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 Ways to use your Noodles

  Last Updated : Jul 12,2018






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Noodles can be used to make Soups, Salads , Snacks and Starters, main courses and even Desserts. Noodles come in various types, such as rice noodles like Singapore Rice Noodles , flat noodles, and the regular noodles we are all familiar with. They can be shallow-fried, deep-fried, or just eaten boiled. Noodles can also be mixed with many ingredients to make a perfect meal for your loved ones – just add a lot of veggies to up the healthy quotient.

The best part about noodles is that they don’t require much time to cook. You don’t need to be a particularly skilled cook to do a good job with noodles either - just toss them with whatever ingredients you have at home and you’ll have a filling meal for all. Be prepared to be amazed by how your guests will relish the noodle meals you have prepared in a few minutes. Children too love noodles in any form – to whip up an easy and lip-smacking dish, just mix noodles with colourful vegetables, cheese, and ketchup.

Noodles can be embellished with various sauces. If you are looking for a spicy mix, go with schezuan sauce or chilli garlic sauce. Try Schezuan Noodles. A medium spicy option is kumfao sauce or sweet chilli sauce. A tomato based sauce or sweet and sour sauce is best for kids.



what to make with your noodles

Schezuan Sauce, made with fiery spices and condiments, holds an indispensable place in Chinese cuisine. The Schezuan Noodles, as the name suggests, is an authentic Chinese preparation of Hakka noodles with sautéed veggies and this pungent sauce. While you can throw any vegetables into this dish, it tastes much better when prepared with veggies like carrot, cabbage, celery and capsicum, which are typically used in Oriental cooking. Long and crunchy bean sprouts are also essential to enhance the authenticity of this dish. Corn Rolls and Sesame Paneer are a must have starters before you serve this noodle treat with veggie wonders like Kung Pao Vegetables or Paneer in Manchurian Sauce . An add on like Stir Fried Rice in Honey Chilli Sauce makes a satiating meal. End your on a sweet note with elegant desserts like Toffee Apples or Fried Bananas .
An all time favourite! Noodles tossed with garlic and vegetables or any other ingredients of your choice like mushrooms etc. This celebrated Chinese dish gets its name from the Chinese province of Hakka. It is very quick and easy to make and perfect to serve with a gravy of your choice. . .
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A mouth-watering sweet and sour peanut sauce dresses a satiating combination of sautéed veggies and noodles, to make a dish that will appeal to all. As in most Oriental dishes, the Noodles with Peanut Sauce also features an assortment of crunchy veggies such as bean sprouts, carrots and cabbage along with succulent paneer, all cooked minimally to retain their exciting textures. If you plan to serve this at a party, make sure you reserve a few portions to bring out later, as this wonderful dish is sure to be wiped off within a jiffy!
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A Thai favourite. These flat rice noodles are cooked and tossed with paneer, spring onion, bean sprouts, peanuts, garlic and other spices. Use up the remaining peanuts for a garnish. Tastes wonderful with a Thai Green Curry as accompaniment!
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This is a mealy soup that your young ones will enjoy thoroughly. The best part is that they can make this satiating treat with their own little hands, with a spot of help from you. Delicious veggies and yummy noodles come together in a soupy form, seasoned simply with black pepper, to make this mouth-watering Vegetable Noodle Soup for Kids. Enjoy it immediately on preparation. Check out more recipes to cook with your kids under our recipes section of Let Your Kids Cook .
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Noodles and Frankies, two all-time favourite street foods come together in this innovative snack! Noodles, tossed with peppy Schezwan sauce and crunchy veggies, makes an exciting filling for rotis. Ingredients like chilli sauce, shredded veggies, cheese and chaat masala add more punch to the filling, making the Schezwan Noodle Frankie an absolutely mouth-watering affair.
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Sweet corn, noodles and cheese – these are all ingredients that kids fall for, in any form. When these wonder ingredients come together as an exciting cutlet, it is all the more irresistible. The best part is that these crunchy yet chewy Cheesy Noodle Cutlets can be made easily. All in all, a snack that both you and your kids will love.
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Noodles, sandwiches, pav bhaji... this recipe brings together all your favourite snacks into the handy format of a grilled sandwich! You will love the fusion of Indian and Chinese flavours in this innovative sandwich, which is packed with juicy veggies and cooked Hakka Noodles, flavoured excitingly with soy sauce and pav bhaji masala. You can feel the warmth of the masala, spice powders and sauces as you devour this scrumptious sandwich. This combination of textures and exciting flavours makes the Vegetable Noodle Grilled Sandwich a veritable treat for your palate. Serve it immediately because the noodles can make the sandwich soggy after a while. If you love grilled sandwiches, we would love to introduce you to more of our favourites – Pineapple and Cheese Grilled Sandwich , Potato Cheese Grilled Sandwich and the Pav Sandwich .
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Honey noodles with ice-cream, ‘darsaan’ as this dish is popularly known is a creative, fun sweet dish that makes up for the lack of a wide variety in chinese desserts. Fried noodles are tossed honey and sesame seeds and relished with ice cream or sometimes with fresh fruit puree – try mango puree during summers. It is crunchy, sweet and extremely comforting. Try this one if you have very little time, and still want to whip up an amazing dessert. Serve it immediately, you definitely won’t be disappointed!
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You would generally have noticed that many starters are coated with bread crumbs or crushed cornflakes before deep-frying, to impart a notable crispness. The Vegetable, Paneer and Noodle Balls uses a uniquely different technique to get a much better effect. Here, the veggie and paneer mixture is dipped in a flour batter and rolled in crushed noodles before frying, to give it not only a delectable crunch but irresistible good looks too!
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Perfectly cooked Noodles are first mixed with spring onions, sprouts and spice powders to ensure uniform mixing of the ingredients. This scrumptious mixture is then tossed with sautéed veggies of varied colours and textures, which makes this quick and easy dish a delight to behold and devour. Serve the Singapore Rice Noodles as soon as it is ready, not that you can wait for much longer after that peppy aroma teases your nostrils! Other must-try recipes using rice noodles in our collection include Burmese Khowsuey and Thai Stir-fried Noodles .
 
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Ways to use your Noodles
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 on 01 Mar 17 11:33 AM


Great idea of having noodles in sandwich, honey noodles with ice cream. Both recipes taste delicious. We made these both dishes last Sunday at our home and all had enjoyed it!!!