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Take a Big Bite out of life- Chinese Stir Fry Noodles

The weather this weekend was not too inspiring to go and have fun. But my heart was stuck on the Big Welsh Bite taking place in the local park. Somehow I persuaded my friend to toddle up to the park, and it took only some seconds for the doldrums to transform to a joyful grin. The gorgeous park greeted tens of thousands of citizens of all ages by saying TAKE A BIG WELSH BITE OUT OF LIFE . I caught up with my Chinese friend during the walk. What a festive day it was the park full of astounding animals, appealing  display arts and crafts, and delicious local produce. It was indeed a big treat for all of us. Me and my friends were commemorating a enhanced way of living only to realize there was more, Cooking demonstrations, we squeezed in two of the demonstrations in our time, wow the wonderful strawberry meringue and mixed herb quiche by a Persian Chef, we were about to leave when I saw loads of Indian spices around and couldn’t wait to identify why? Wow it was my chance to learn Indian curries and pilau from a British Chef, well nothing seemed more imperative then attending this cookery demonstrations. I was taken aback by the authenticity of the food this wonderful British Chef cooked. It was indeed an indulgence for all of us. Well this was still not the end of this.  This wonderful chef had vegetables to take away from his fresh produce, and before we left the tent, our hands were full of broccoli, spring onions, ginger, garlic, peppers, carrots and so much more. With a Chinese friend around, and so many fresh vegetable, my mind can only thing of one thing, yes Chinese Stir Fry noodles, I just had to pick up a packet of noodles from supermarket on our way back home, and yes indeed IT WAS TAKING A BIG BITE FROM LIFE!!!

4 cloves of garlic,
2 thin slices of ginger,
½ carrot, grated,
Bunch of Bok Choy,
½  Yellow pepper, sliced
1 Red onion, sliced
4 Tbsp soya sauce,
8 tbsp vegetable oil,
1 bunch of spring onions finely chopped,

1 tsp chili flakes,

Salt and pepper

Boil the noodles as per the instructions given on the packet. Heat the wok, add three tablespoons of vegetable oil, wait for few second for the oil to get hot, and then add two cloves of crushed garlic and one slice of ginger. Stir fry them for a few second till the time they begin to sizzle, and you can smell the aroma of ginger and garlic. Then add the red onion; stir fry the onion, till the time they become translucent. Add yellow pepper and stir fry the yellow pepper till the time its half cooked, and this out of the wok into a plate.
Reheat the wok, add 5 tablespoon of oil again, and wait till the oil is hot, add the noodles, turn down the fry, and stir fry the noodles with oil, and add the soya sauce and keep tossing, the noodles with oil and soya sauce. Make sure that every noodle has oil and soya sauce in it. Add the remaining ginger, 2 cloves of crushed garlic, spring onion, carrots and Bok Choy  and stir fry for two minutes. Add the earlier stir fried vegetables and mix well.

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Anonymous said...

Tasty! yummy....cant get it enough! loved the flow!-nandita

Nandita said...

Tasty, Yummy.....mouth watering...the taste buds are already hooked on! loved the flow!

IPS Khurana said...

Noodles are my favorite....Coool !

Anonymous said...

Looks Yummy!!! Makes me wanna try this right now.

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