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Chicken Noodles


My today's Chicken noodles is an interesting recipe which is prepared using a over night marinated chicken pieces. The chicken is marinated along with a regular Chinese sauces and 5 spice powder. The marination technique enhances the taste and flavour of the dish. I have used Shanxi sliced noodles which can also be replaced with Hakka or any variety of noodles. No extra sauces required while cooking, as the marination contains all the required flavours.


Ingredients :

300 gms Shanxi Sliced Noodles ( Any noodles can be used )
2 Tbsp Olive oil 
1 Medium sized Onion, Sliced 
1 Cup Shredded Cabbage 
Salt to taste 
Crushed pepper / pepper powder 
Few finely chopped spring onion leaves 

To Marinate :

250 gms Chicken, Boneless cut into strips 
1 Medium sized Green bell pepper, sliced 
1 Medium sized Yellow Bell pepper, sliced 
1 medium sized Red Bell pepper, sliced 
1 Tsp 5 Spice powder 
1 Tsp Soya sauce 
1 Tsp Red chilli sauce 
1 Tsp Green chilli sauce 
1/4 Tsp Pepper powder 
Few Basil leaves 

Method :

Mix all the ingredients given in "To Marinate" list and marinate it overnight. 

Cook noodles in a boiling water along with salt for 6 mins or according to the package instructions and keep aside. 

Heat oil in a pan and add sliced onion.

Saute till it turns translucent and add the shredded cabbage.

Saute for half minute and add the marinated chicken mixture. 

Add the required amount of salt and cook till the chicken gets cooked. 

Once done, add the cooked sliced noodles and mix well.

If the noodles looks dry, add little pasta boiled water and toss it well.

Add crushed pepper or pepper powder according to taste bud and garnish with spring onion leaves. 

Serve hot. 


Serving Options :

Serve with Tomato sauce or Red chilli sauce. 


Comments

  1. Wow this is yummy. Wish I can have some right now.

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  2. Delicious chicken noodles.. I make them often too. Our favourite meal.

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  3. Healthy Noodles.. never heard of Shanxi sliced noodles, this looks yum.. Marination process will makes the chicken soft and the chicken will well blended with the spices.. Can't resist to grab the noodles..

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