Schezwan Noodles

Schezwan Noodles,today’s recipe is the most popular Indo-Chinese schezwan fried noodles.If you have pre made schezwan sauce ,then these noodles can be made in jiffy.Just gather all the ingredients together and you could have a nice fancy meal ready to eat in few minutes.

To make these Schezwan Noodles,I used Chinese San Dang style thin whole wheat noodles and low sodium soy sauce to make it a little guilt free.The vegetable chopping part was done by Mr husband.It’s like a tradition or something whenever I make Indo-Chinese all the chopping part is his
responsibility.That is the price for demanding Chinese food and moreover,I always compliment him about how good he is in vegetable chopping.So most of the times I don’t even have to ask him .He would start chopping as he sees me boiling the needles.

If you like Indo-Chinese recipes here are few ideas you might like

Veg Manchow Soup

Mushroom Manchurian

Veg Fried Rice

Vegetable Manchurian

Chilly Paneer

Blogging Marathon#62/Week1
Theme-Quick Meals
Dish-Schezwan Noodles

200 g Chinese noodles
1 onion,chopped
2-3 garlic cloves,chopped
2 spring onions,chopped
1/2 cup carrots,chopped
1/2 cup capsicum,chopped
1/2 cup cabbage,chopped
1/4 cup green beans,chopped
1/4 cup schezwan sauce
1 teaspoon low sodium soy sauce
1 teaspoon sugar
salt to taste
peppercorn,crushed,to taste
4 tablespoon sesame oil

Boil 2 liter water in a saucepan.Add the noodles and a teaspoon oil.Boil for 10-12 minutes or until noodles are tender.
Drain and wash the noodles under running tap water.Coat the noodles with a teaspoon of oil.
Heat the remaining oil in a pan or wok.Add onions and garlic,stir and add chopped carrots,capsicum,cabbage,beans and green onions.
Cook on medium high heat for 2-3 minutes.
Now add soy sauce,salt,sugar and schezwan sauce.Stir and add cooked noodles.
Cook for 2-3 minutes more ,stir occasionally until combined.

Sprinkle with crushed peppercorns and spring onion greens.

Serve immediately.For best results try to make two servings at a time.Enjoy!!

erve-4 Cooking time-20 minute

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Best regards,

Sapana Behl

17 comments on “Schezwan Noodles”

  1. Your bowl of schezwan noodles look very colorful and inviting, Sapna.

  2. Colorful schezwan noodles Sapana, love the schezwan flavors. I'm sure family enjoyed the dish.

  3. Usha Rao says:

    It is a talent to chop vegetables evenly. Cutting even sized vegetables is not my cup of tea and appreciate your husband for doing such a good job. Noodle have turned out really nice.

  4. Very tempting and very delicious noodles, i can finish my dinner rite now with this bowl of irresistible noodles.

  5. Schezwan noodles looks so yummy and colorful,wish to have some..

  6. Noodles look delicious and are tempting me early morning .

  7. Sarita says:

    Noodles looks colorful and tempting!

  8. rajani says:

    Keep complimenting your husband sapana. That way the help can be ensured ;-). The noodles look like a perfect choice for weekday/weekend dinner!

  9. Tempting and delicious bowl of noodles!

  10. Ruchi Indu says:

    the noodles looks so inviting…. Drooling over here…. Lovely recipe

  11. OMG…..I'm drooling 🙂

  12. Love that bowl of noodles and I am inviting myself over 🙂

  13. Wow your hubby does an amazing job. As for the noodles…mmmmmm!

  14. That is a great idea of getting work done by complimenting. Noodles look so inviting..

  15. A very tempting bowl of noodles.

  16. Pavani N says:

    Wow, lucky you to have a sous chef in the kitchen 🙂 Schezwan noodles look so inviting.

  17. Srivalli says:

    hahaha..agree with Rajani..:)…the noodles surely has turned out so fabulous..

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