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Schezwan Noodles

Schezwan Noodles Recipe with step by step pictures: Noodles cooked with crunchy vegetables such as onions, bell peppers, beans; flavored with little garlic and a lot of schezwan sauce, make the very delectable schezwan noodles. Schezwan Noodles has the kick of schezwan sauce which has the pungency of ginger, sharpness of garlic, and heat of red chilies. All these add lots of flavors to the noodles. I have used homemade schezwan sauce for this recipe. It is very easy and simple to make Schezwan sauce at home. Homemade one is far better as it has fresh flavors, no preservatives, and is made as per our liking. You can also use the store-bought one for the schezwan noodles recipe.

Schezwan Noodles Recipe – Ingredients required:

Noodles: Hakka Noodles have been used to make the schezwan noodles. I have used the pack of 150 grams of Hakka noodles for this recipe. You can use any noodles of your choice.

Schezwan Sauce: As already mentioned, homemade schezwan sauce has been used. You can find its recipe here. This recipe gives absolutely perfect schezwan sauce, which has a good balance of flavors. However, you can also use the readymade schezwan sauce for this recipe.

Flavor and spices: The Schezwan noodles are primarily flavored with Schezwan sauce and it dominates the noodles. However, a few more ingredients are used to enhance the flavor of the sauce and make the noodles more delectable. Garlic, vinegar, and black pepper powder are some of the ingredients used to highlight the flavor of schezwan sauce in the noodles.

Vegetables: I have used spring onions, bell peppers, and cabbage to add wholesomeness and bite to the noodles. You can use any vegetables of your choice.

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How to serve Schezwan Noodles?

Schezwan Noodles can be served for a weekday lunch.

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Schezwan Noodles Recipe

1.This recipe serves 3-4 persons.

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2.Boil 5-6 cups of water.

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3.Add in 150 grams of noodles.

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4.Add a little salt.

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5.Boil the noodles as per the instructions on the packet.

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6.Drain off the water. And spread the noodles on a kitchen towel.

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7.To make schezwan noodles, heat 2 tbsp of garlic. Cook on high flame for 30 seconds.

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8.Add in 2 chopped spring onions. Cook on high flame for a minute.

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9.Next add in one thinly sliced bell peppers and cook for a couple of minutes on high flame.

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10.Add ½ cup of shredded cabbage and cook on a high flame for 1 minute.

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11.Add in the boiled noodles.

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12.Add 3 tbsp of schezwan sauce, salt to taste and ½ tsp of black pepper powder.

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13.Toss up everything.

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14.Serve hot. Bon appetite!

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