Friday, 28 February 2014

Vegetable Chow mein

Spaghetti or noodles are a long, cylindrical pasta of Italian & Sicilian origin. It is made of semolina or flour & water. A variety of Pasta dishes are based on it. Every one has its own way of preparation. 

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Chowmein are stir- fried noodles, the name being an English language corruption of the Chinese Chao mian.. The dish is most popular in Chinese Cuisine, but its variation have been developed all over the world, acc to preferences and taste of respective people. Although it is particularly popular in US and Britannia. They are versatile and there are so many ways to prepare them, stir fry, pan fry, steamed, dry etc. 

Today I am going to discuss with u the recipe of Vegetable Chow mein :







Ingredients:

Spaghetti                                            1/2 packet (boiled in little salty water) - I prefer bake parlor brand
Carrot                                                2 (chopped finely)
Cabbage                                            1 cup, small sized (chopped)
Tomato                                              1 medium sized (Diced)
Capsicum                                           1 small (chopped)
Onion                                                 1 big (sliced)
Green chili                                           2
Olives                                                 1/4 cup chopped            
Black Pepper                                      1 tsp.
Salt                                                     1/2 tsp.
Ketchup                                              5-6 tbsp. or to ur taste
Garlic Ginger paste                              1 tsp.
Soya and Chili sauce                            4 tbsp
Olive Oil                                              4 tbsp.
Vinegar                                                2 tbsp.


Procedure:

First of all boil spaghetti in 10-12 glasses of water and set aside. Add salt according to taste (about 2 tsp.) and oil so that the spaghetti don't stick to each other.




Next fry the boiled spaghetti in 2 tbsp olive oil and set aside.



Next chop all the vegetables as shown;





Next heat 2 tbsp. oil and fry the sliced onions until they loose their strength. DON'T turn them golden brown. Then add garlic and ginger paste, chopped cabbage, capsicum, green chili, carrots, olives and tomato and fry for few more minutes or until they start losing their strength. Add salt and black pepper. Then add ketchup, sauces, vinegar and fry for few more minutes;



Next add fried spaghetti and toss them and then cover the pan's lid on low heat for 10-15 minutes. And u r doneee!! They taste extremely yummacious!! Enjoy! :)


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Thanku for stopping by! Hope u enjoy this recipe :)

30 comments:

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    1. Thanx Chikku, do try it.. It was just awsome :)

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  2. I like the idea; spaghetti but in Chinese style. Beautiful dish for our vegetarians days. Btw, am following you on blogger and liked your page. Appreciate if you can do the same. Thanks so much.

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    1. Thanku dear :) Already following u on facebook, followed thru blogger too :)

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  3. I loved chowmein a lot...looks soo yummy..
    My recent one : http://www.dbreviews.co.uk/2014/02/braun-silk-epil-preepilation-wipes.html?m=1

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  4. Looking so tempting.......... !! Thanks for visiting my page dear

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  5. you cooked spaghetti in chinese style.......nice.

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  6. nice presentation n yummy chow mein n lovely explanation too..

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  7. Tempting & delicious chow mein...

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  8. Looks delicious and mouthwatering..

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  9. hoy hice fideos con verduras una comida bien saludable y bien rica,saludos y abrazos

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    1. aww alegra saber esto .. amor y abrazos :))

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  10. wow the yummmmyyyyyyyyyyyy super duper looks :P

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