Malaysian Fried Noodles

 I made ravioli pasta few days back and had some of the dough still around. Considering that I never found the flat noodles whenever I wished to make the malaysian style noodles I thought of it as a good opportunity to use up the dough. This dish was a huge hit at the dinner table, perfectly emulating the taste of what we usually have at the Bandra joint - Sahibaan on turner road, which I think serves the best chinese street fares. 

For the noodles (to serve 2-3 people)
2 cups APF
2 eggs
salt to taste
For the stir fry
1 bunch of fresh spring onions
1 red capsicum
1 yellow capsicum
1 small brocolli
2 tbsp chopped and blanched spinach
1 medium tomato thinly sliced (deseeded)
any more veggies of your choice
1 tspn dark soya sauce
1 tspn light soya sauce (I used 2 tspn of regular soya sauce instead)
1 tspn tomato ketchup (optional if you wish to keep the taste authentic)
2-3 red chillies (soaked in hot water)
4-5 garlic cloves
salt to taste
black pepper to taste
1) Chop all the veggies as you like them to be in your noodle dish, I chopped them in julienne 
 2) Prepare the dough, by taking the flour in a large basin and mixing the beaten eggs into it using a fork. Put the crumbly mixture in the fridge for 30 min. Take it out and knead well till it forms a soft pliable dough. Use some olive oil if required. Roll out the dough as thin as possible and cut flat strips. The size will bloat in water so cut thinner than you want.
 3) In a large pot, boil enough water to hold the noodles. Add a pinch of salt and let it boil again. Add the fresh noodles and when they rise to the surface pick them out and put in a colander. When all are done, quickly hold them under tap water so that they do not stick.
4) Grind the red chillies and garlic to form a chilli paste and keep aside.
5) In a large wok, heat some oil. On high flame add all the veggies one after the other and stir on high flame. (Keep the spring onion greens and spinach for the end).
6) When the veggies are half done add the noodles and stir quickly, add the soya sauce, red chilli paste, tomato ketchup and stir again. Add salt and black pepper after tasting and adjusting the flavors.
Serve hot, you wont need a gravy for this one as the noodles are fresh and have enough moisture.


Rajani said...

Looks nice and really different!

vaishali sabnani said...

yummy looking...n different!!

Gayathri Kumar said...

Looks delicious...

Kaveri said...

Looks Yummy!

Kalyani said...

looks good ! do link it to my GFF event too Pradnya !

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Priya said...

Omg, u prepared ur noodles urself,thats truly incredible..

WOnderful platter Pradnya.

Srivalli said...

That's awesome!..very interesting to know you could make the noodles at home like this..:)

the mad said...

Awesome. Will try this next time I want the kids to eat healthy and they dont.
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sushma said...

Good one...

veena krishnakumar said...

U prepared noodles?????wow!!!looks awesome

PriyaVaasu said...

Home-made noodles!!! looks yummy!!!

Cool Lassi(e) said...

Everything about this dish is mind blowing! Noodles from scratch, how cool is that?? I am bookmarking it!

Vardhini said...

Wow .. noodles from scratch. That is one healthy plate. Yummy.

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PJ said...

Delicious noodles...

Aarthi said...

lovely noodles

Amy said...

wow!! you are so clever to prepare nodles at your own!!I have tasted this type of strip noodles & I like it....This is a mouthwatering dish..
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