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Updated: 2017-10-16T00:53:54.181-07:00

 



Hi Anonymous - I alwasy get chinese veg or egg hak...

2010-05-11T10:38:24.741-07:00

Hi Anonymous - I alwasy get chinese veg or egg hakka noodles from Indian stores. I think its a chinese brnad "Ming noodles". If you are in the bay area, Cash & Carry has them most of the times.

If not, you can go to Ranch 99, and get hakka noodles from there.



Hi Mansi, It appears that you live in the bay area...

2010-05-11T10:14:20.388-07:00

Hi Mansi,
It appears that you live in the bay area. Lately, Indian stores have stopped carrying hakka noodles. What do you use as a substitute. Thanks.



Hi there - you can omit the sherry altogether, tha...

2009-09-17T15:56:59.922-07:00

Hi there - you can omit the sherry altogether, that's fine, no need to add Vinegar.

the serving size for this recipe is approx 5 adult helpings.



What a wonderful recipe !! I really want to make t...

2009-09-17T11:31:12.795-07:00

What a wonderful recipe !! I really want to make this myself. Could you please tell me if I could use white vinegar instead of sherry vinegar? Is there any other non-alcoholic alternative to sherry? Also what is the serving size of your recipe? Thanks for such a mouth-watering post.

Rgds,
Sandhya



Hi Mala - I would say it would not be a great comp...

2008-10-29T16:14:00.000-07:00

Hi Mala - I would say it would not be a great compromise if you eliminated the cherry vinegar from the recipe; but you can use regular white-wine vinegar instead. Just use it sparingly, as it can be really acidic and sour!

but if you can't find any, don't worry..all the other ingredients will make up for the taste:)



Hey Mansi,Looks awesome and am going to try this.....

2008-10-29T13:40:00.000-07:00

Hey Mansi,

Looks awesome and am going to try this.. I couldnt find any sherry vinegar though !! We live in Denver and was wondering if you would recommend a store or a substitute to the Sherry Vinegar !!

Thanks a bunch !

Mala



Mansi...I haven't cooked one of your recipes as ye...

2008-07-19T06:30:00.000-07:00

Mansi...I haven't cooked one of your recipes as yet!! I'm just so bewildered by your enthusiasm and your professionalism.

This site is simply magnificant, its truly a wonderful site, and just so beautifully done...

So for me, looks like I will be busy with your site for sometime e.g. like trying to recreate some of your wonderful recipes. And a big thank you for giving me the enthusiasm to cook again...

Perth
Western Australia...



Everyone used up every word in the vocabulory to d...

2008-07-15T10:27:00.000-07:00

Everyone used up every word in the vocabulory to describe this dish that I am left with almost nothing!!! :)

This looks like such a soul food Mansi! Love it and thanks for sending it my way :)

DK
http://culinarybazaar.blogspot.com



thanks for your Anonymous comment! but the recipe ...

2008-05-30T14:12:00.000-07:00

thanks for your Anonymous comment! but the recipe is for schezwuan sauce, and you DO NOT have to use up all the sauce in one go! and if you don't like it, you can reduce the oil to 1/4th cup...recipes are only guidelines, it's up to you to choose and make amendments to suit your style of cooking!



Appreciate the effort you haveput into this. Every...

2008-05-30T14:00:00.000-07:00

Appreciate the effort you have
put into this. Everything looks so
good. Half a cup of oil seems a bit
much, though. Cheers



Thank you, Mansi. That helps. regards,sonal

2008-05-19T13:19:00.000-07:00

Thank you, Mansi. That helps.

regards,
sonal



HI sonal! I'm so glad you all liked the paneer tik...

2008-05-19T08:09:00.000-07:00

HI sonal! I'm so glad you all liked the paneer tikka! that is one of my most successful experiments:)

as for Hakka noodles, I buy it from indian stores like India Cash and Carry and Namaste Plaza. They get them from india, so its pretty good, just like the one you get back in India:)

The schezwuan sauce is generally vegetarian, at least the one you get in trader joe's and safeway. But its better to read the ingredients as they traditionally, they have fish sauce in it!

hope this helps!



Hi Mansi,The noodles look yummy!!! Love your recip...

2008-05-19T00:30:00.000-07:00

Hi Mansi,

The noodles look yummy!!! Love your recipes. Just the other day I made the tandoori paneer tikka and everyone absolutely loved it. Thanks to your wonderful recipe. My family wanted me to make it again the next day :)

Hey, I live in the Bay area too, and was wondering which store do you buy the hakka noodles from. Also, do you know the scheuzan sauce available in stores is completely vegetarian?

Thanks a bunch,

Sonal



tanu - add some salt and 1 tbsp oil while boiling ...

2008-05-07T13:46:00.000-07:00

tanu - add some salt and 1 tbsp oil while boiling the noodles or pasta. Also, stir occasionally to avoid them clumping together. but as soon as you've finished boiling them, invert the noodles in a colander(channi) and wash under cold running tap water. Then add 2 tbsp olive oil and toss around with fork to prevent noodles from sticking to each other....this has always worked for me, but remember that some noodles are thinner than others, and may stick just a little..however, washing in cold water and adding oil later does seem to keep them separate..hope this helps:)

let me know if it works for you!



Mansi I liked all the recipes in your blog.I trei...

2008-05-07T13:42:00.000-07:00

Mansi
I liked all the recipes in your blog.I treid the hakka noddle recipe lot of times before but every noodles just stick to each other no matter.The instructions on packet says if you put oil it does not happen.But It never worked.In restaurants I see people toss the noodles up and down on a high.I thought that keeps the noodles to not stick to each other.Any comments on this



hey George, thanks for the tip man! had no idea wh...

2008-03-16T20:52:00.000-07:00

hey George, thanks for the tip man! had no idea whatsoever, but surely didn't mean to offend any cultures:) glad you liked the recipe!:)



Looks like a tasty recipe! One note of caution, ho...

2008-03-16T15:25:00.000-07:00

Looks like a tasty recipe! One note of caution, however, crossing chopsticks as in the photo is a cultural no-no. They should be parallel. Same goes for standing them in a bowl of food.



Noodles looks yum ! Nicely presented.

2008-03-13T19:05:00.000-07:00

Noodles looks yum ! Nicely presented.



I'd never seen noodles in Indian cuisine before......

2008-03-13T12:06:00.000-07:00

I'd never seen noodles in Indian cuisine before...or I just misattributed it to being only a Chinese thing. Certainly looks tasty!



This noodles are so good looking!!! I bet my daugh...

2008-03-13T07:46:00.000-07:00

This noodles are so good looking!!! I bet my daughter would eat them in a glimpse!!!! :D



Gowri - I mostly buy them in the indian store (luc...

2008-03-12T12:19:00.000-07:00

Gowri - I mostly buy them in the indian store (luckily, they have fresh goods:)), but you'll also get them at any asian market, like Ranch 99; in fact, they ahve a bigger variety:)



Where do you buy the Hakka Noodles? I used to buy...

2008-03-12T12:16:00.000-07:00

Where do you buy the Hakka Noodles? I used to buy in the Indian stores but stopped since it would always be too old and I had to throw them away.



Wow, those noodles look so delicious! Everyone in ...

2008-03-12T08:41:00.000-07:00

Wow, those noodles look so delicious! Everyone in my house love noodles and i will try your version of Hakka noodles, thnx for sharing Mansi!
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www.zaiqa.net



I love schzeuan noodles! Looks good.

2008-03-12T05:52:00.000-07:00

I love schzeuan noodles! Looks good.



thanks for the info on the hakka noodles - I saw t...

2008-03-12T03:48:00.000-07:00

thanks for the info on the hakka noodles - I saw them in a cookbook for the first time today - am sure I will see them everywhere now!