This pork hakka noodles is an insanely delicious one pot meal that is simple yet soul satisfying. Hakka noodles are tossed in a quick sauce with sauteed pork and vegetables. This quick and delightful noodle dish with succulent pork slices and crunch-tender vegetables comes together in a flash. Easy and scrumptious one pot meal for a lazy day. This is such an easy recipe that you’ll be making it again and again!
Pork Chow had always been my favourite. Hakka noodles is an indo-chinese street food famous in almost all parts of India. Most often we find them in the menu of your favourite restaurants and fast food corners.
This noodle preparation can be cooked either with a variety of vegetables, bean sprouts, tofu, eggs, shrimps or any meat like chicken, pork or beef. A colourful, flavorful and exciting dish to make children have veggies, perfect for children who are a big NO to vegetables.
When I am just too lazy to cook I mostly rely on heaping bowl of noodles. Throw in some veggies, eggs and meat if available and it turns out into a super amazing and filling meal. Sometimes when I want to make an elaborate chinese or indo-chinese meal I make egg fried rice and chicken manchurian. But even without a side or a gravy, these hakka noodles are a treat even on their own.
The fact that they are so easy and quick, makes them even more gratifying and appealing. It is flavorful, tasty and cannot get simpler than this. They not only make a perfect and heart warming weeknight dinner but also serves as a great snack to kill the anytime hunger pangs. These pork noodles is a great lunch box recipe as well.
WHY YOU’LL LOVE THIS PORK HAKKA NOODLES?
● This is a quick and easy recipe that can get done under 25 minutes. If you’re going with vegetarian version it will even lesser time and can be done under 15 minutes. Yes it is that quick.
● This easy noodle recipe is non-messy and can be easily packed for road trips, picnics, lunch box and potlucks.
● The best thing about preparing this dish at home is that you can add ingredients as per your choice and tweak the recipe as per your palate preference.
● This desi chinese recipe serves as a great party dish, quick lunch or dinner for lazy weekend or a quick snacks to kill the anytime hunger pangs.
● This is a perfect go for dish when you don’t want to do something elaborate or you’re in a jiffy to prepare something good and simple yet healthier and delicious.
● A street food turned into a wholesome and nutritious dish loaded with vegetables prepared in a healthier and hygienic way at the comfort of your home.
● This pork hakka noodles are kid friendly. My kiddo loves it to the core. They aren’t spicy, just have a ton of flavour and kids love noodles, don’t they?
HOW TO MAKE PERFECT HAKKA NOODLES?
Like any Asian cooking, the key is to cook everything fast on a high flame. So it’s important that you have all your ingredients ready from meat to veggies to noodles because the rest will only take you ten minutes to finish.
While my noodles are with pork, you can definitely add the meat or make it a vegetarian version as per your palate preference. You can chicken, beef, shrimps, eggs or if you’re a vegetarian you can use paneer/tofu or button mushroom. You can also choice the vegetables as per likings and which is in season. Some of the veggies you can add are tender french beans, carrots, broccoli, zucchini, cabbage, sweet corns etc.
If you’re using eggs you can simply season with salt and scramble them and add it to the noodles along with the vegetables. For the meats, shrimps, tofu or mushroom, simply pan roast them and add to the noodles.
Pork chow is a simple and easy-to-make meal all Asian cuisine and pork lovers must try! WARNING! You might end up never ordering Chinese takeout ever again.
This pork noodles goes well with Raja Mircha Pickle/ Bhut Jolokia Pickle and Homemade King Chilly Sauce but this is not for faint hearted because of its extremely hot taste. It also goes well with Pork Pickle and Beef Pickle. Apart from the fiery sides you can also enjoy eating it with soup, chilly tomato garlic chutney, vinegar chilly, soy dip or ketchup (tomato sauce).
So what are you waiting for, do try it out and share your thoughts about the recipe with me here. I will be humbled.
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So let’s get started with the easy pork noodles recipe and I sincerely hope you’ll like it.
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PORK NOODLES RECIPE VIDEO
Preparation time: 15 minutes
Cooking time: 20-25 minutes
Ingredients to make pork hakka noodles:
150 gms Pork
150 gms Hakka noodles (1 packet)
2 tbsp oil
A pinch of sugar (optional)
5 garlic sliced/chopped
1 inch ginger sliced/chopped
1 large onion sliced
1-2 green chilly chopped
1 tbsp vinegar
1 tbsp red chilly sauce
2-3 tbsp dark soya sauce
1 carrot julienned
½ cup capsicum sliced
4-5 lettuce chopped
2 spring onion/scallions chopped
Water as required
Salt to taste
Instructions to make pork hakka noodles:
In a pressure cooker add the pork pieces, water, salt and pressure cook for 10-12 whistles.
Remove the pork pieces and slice them. Keep aside.
Cook the noodles as per the packet instructions. Once cooked, drain off the water and rinse with cold water for few minutes until the noodles cool down.
Add few drops of oil and a bit of salt, toss well and keep aside.
In a wok heat the oil and add the pinch of sugar.
Add in the pork slices and stir fry them on high heat for about 5 minutes.
Add the garlic, ginger, onion, green chilly and saute for 2 minutes.
Add the vinegar, red chilly sauce, soya sauce and saute for a minute.
Add the carrot, capsicum and saute for a minute.
Add the cooked noodles and toss well on high heat.
Add the lettuce and spring onions and season with salt if required. Toss well for about 1-2 minutes and take off the heat.
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