I have been a tea person my whole life and I still am. But I must say I am in love with coffee too these days. I do not drink a full cup of coffee or make my own coffee. But a few sips from my husband’s coffee cup when he makes his own is the tastiest coffee ever😁
I am not sure if it’s the coffee powder or the coffeemaker or the coffee creamer or the way he makes it. But the coffee is very tasty and interesting.
Maybe it is the hazelnut flavor making me drink more coffee!
I prepared this a few times and I believe it’s safe to say this is yummy and did not hurt my tummy 😀 So go ahead and give it a try if you like this recipe.
Ingredients required for this Hakka noodles recipe
I am not an expert in measuring every ingredient when I cook experimental recipes. I will share an approximate measurement I used and you can make adjustments for your need.
Onion – one small, chopped
Tomatoes – 2, chopped
Green chilly – 1, chopped
Raw Peanut – 1 table spoon
Garlic – 3 cloves, chopped
Butter – one table spoon ( optional )
Oil – 2 table spoon
Hakka noodles – one cake
Salt- for taste
Steps for cooking Hakka noodles
1. Make Paste/ sauce
Heat 1.5 tbsp oil in a pan ( medium-high heat ). Add peanut and fry till golden brown. Add onions and green chilly and fry till onions turn a little brown. Add tomatoes and fry till soft and mushy.
Turn off the heat and let it cool down. Using a blender/ mixer grind it into a paste.
2. Cook hakka noodles
Cook the noodles according to package instructions and keep them aside.
3. Final step
In a pan heat half tbs of oil and add the chopped garlic and fry for a few seconds. Then add the paste and mix it well. Add butter and salt, and mix it well. Allow it all to cook well and then add a little water. Bring it to a boil. Add cooked noodles and mix them well. Once it’s all heated combined well turn off the heat and the noodle is ready to enjoy.
You can add more vegetables like carrots and zucchini after the garlic if you like. (tried this once and it was good)
I have a feeling this recipe will be even better with spaghetti noodles or pasta. I will share my updates on this when I try 😄