Monday, September 23, 2013

Spicy Shrimp Noodles


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Spicy Asian shrimp noodles (Chinese style), is a very light and flavorful noodles midly spiced up with Chinese sauces. A perfect quick stir fry meal for the novice cook :)
Folks at Ching's Secret  sent me some of their products and I was very glad when I opened the packet and found these...because, I love Ching's product and love to make Chinese food with it....you can even see Ching's hakka noodles picture in my egg noodles recipe and for me always, right from the time I started experimenting and cooking Chinese food, it has been Ching's Secret all the way!!.... thank you, Komal, for this gift, it sure is a food bloggers delight!! As soon as I opened the packet, I thought of a lot of things, I can do with it, like making different types of hakka noodles; like this shrimp noodles.....My mind has been very creative ever since I got them, so stay tuned for more Chinese cuisine.


I used Ching's red chilly sauce, all in one sauce, and hakka noodles to create this recipe. I am always satisfied with their products as they bring in the authentic Chinese taste.

Recipe developed and authored by: Nisa Homey.
Shrimp might cause allergy to some; pls devein it before use
Serves 2
Ingredients:
Shrimp: About 100-150 gm, cleaned and de-veined
Ching's Hakka Noodles: 1 packet. (cook as per the directions on the packet and keep aside)
Ching's Red chilly sauce: 1 tbsp.
Ching's All in one sauce: 3/4 tbsp.
Shallots: 3, 4, sliced.
Garlic: 3, 4 cloves, sliced
Fresh pepper powder: 1/2 tsp.
Green onion: 1 bulb....chopped (for garnish)
Oil: 1 1/2 to 2 tbsp.

Method:
Hakka noodles, red chilly sauce, and all in one sauce.


Heat oil in a kadai or wok, keeping the flame on high, add in the garlic, then add in the shallots.....add in the shrimp, salt, and pepper....fry it for a min or two or until the shrimp changes into pink, firm, and is cooked...about 2 to 3 min.


Add in the red chilly sauce.


And the all in one sauce.


Mix  or toss it!!!


Remove them into a plate.


Add in 1/2 tbsp oil in the same pan (if needed) and toss in the cooked noodles....this way the noodles will get coated with shrimp flavor... Tip in the shrimp,  reserving 1/4 of the sauce coated shrimp to garnish....mix well.


Serve hot garnished with green onions and the reserved shrimp.

Disclaimer: I do not take freebies from companies, unless I am pretty sure I like the product. Ching's Secret is not sponsoring this post nor paying me for recipe creation with their products.

12 comments:

  1. Colorful and delicious Noodles.. Very inviting!

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  2. Oooo spicy noodles. All time fav. Should giv a try akka.

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  3. Beautifully done, who can resist to this wonderful and delicious noodles..

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  4. this is such a great way and better option over eating maggi all the time. Tell me, if i had to buy just one sauce out of all the ones like oyster sauce, all in one sauce, soya sauce and all kinds of sauces, which would two would you absolutely recommend as a must for stir fry noodles?

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    1. I would never do without oyester and soy sauce, coz I always feel fried rice and noodles is taken to the next level with these two.... but this is for the first time I tried all in one sauce, and I like the flavor!! very Chinese...so now you know best!! thanks for stopping by :)

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    2. Wow, i am going and get these tomorrow morning itself. Thank you so much for the recommendations :) I have to get the All in one sauce for sure. Have a great week, Nisa. I love your blog

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  5. thanks for sharing. looks YUMMY! can't wait to try it.

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  6. Thank u nisa.awesome recipe and so simple too.very chinese indeed.tried it and was so easy to make and tasty too.

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