Oct 10, 2011

Thai Vegetarian Drunken Noodles

 
This is a requested recipe from one of my 13 year old follower. Her Name is Rashmi..

She send me a beautiful message using my “Request a Recipe form...She told me that this is her favorite dish and she will order it in all restaurant she go...

She wanted me to make this so that her mum can do it for her..


How could I ignore that message...Definitely not..

Rashmi here is your favorite recipe and thankyou so much for making me do this because it has become my family members favorite dish too..

This is a thai recipe and the original recipe calls for some thai ingrediants...Since I couldn’t find those stuff here, I modified it accordingly..

I am giving you some additional information about what you can do with this...You can make this noodles with Rice noodles..You can add some thai chillies and also some thai holy basil at the end..

I made it entirely vegetarian but for those meat eater over there, you can add some minced chicken or sliced chicken in this..

So here you go for the step by step recipe with pictures...

Ingrediants:

Rice Noodles / Egg Noodles-1 packet ( I used egg noodles)
Green Bell pepper-1 sliced
Baby Corn-5 sliced lengthwise
Onion-1 sliced
Coriander leaves / Cilantro or Holy Basil -a small bunch chopped
Ginger Garlic Paste-1 tblspn
Red chilli paste-1 tsp or to taste (Grind Dry Red Chilli with water)
Pepper-to taste
Oil-2 tblspn

For Sauce:
Soy sauce-2 tblspn
Vinegar-1 tblspn
Sugar-1 tblspn
Salt –to taste

Method:

Cook Noodles as per package directions..Drain it and set aside.

Mix the sauce ingrediants together and set aside.

Heat oil in a wok...Add in ginger garlic paste and mix well.

Add in red chilli paste and mix well..

Throw in onions,bell pepper,baby corn and mix well.Cook this for 3 mins..

Now add in noodles and toss well..Pour in the sauce and mix well so that everything gets combined.

Season with pepper and mix well..

Add in cilantro and cook until it wilts.

Serve hot with your favorite accompaniments

Pictorial:
Take all your ingrediants
Mix up the sauce ingrediants
cook the noodles
Drain it and set aside
Prepare all you veggies
Heat oil in a wok
add in ginger and garlic paste
add in red chilli paste
fry for a few minute
add in all the veggies
saute for few minutes
add in noodles
and your sauce
toss well
Grind some fresh pepper on them
add a good amount of cilantro
toss well
Serve
I made some Chilli Chicken (Click here for recipe)

27 comments:

Yuvana's Favourites said...

very colourful. will try it soon and tell you. dragon chicken too looks good. waiting for it

Archana said...

Lovely recipe. Love the pics.


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Ann@Anncoo Journal said...

That's so sweet of you Aarthi for sharing this yummy recipe to your 13 year old follower. Her mum must be very delighted when her daughter make this for her :)

sabor a galletas said...

Hola Yummy, tienen un aspecto delicioso, un beso. ROSA

R said...

wow looks so delicious!

kankana said...

This photo just reminded me how much I am missing baby corn. It's been really long since I at some baby corn.

Priti said...

The spread looks so yum .....

Ann said...

What a nice thing to do....and the dish look AMAZING! Thanks for sharing!

Premalatha Aravindhan said...

Delicious noodles Arthi,i love thai food...luks so tempting.

Aruna Manikandan said...

Noodles look perfect dear!!!
Happy for Rashmi :)

Sudha Sabarish said...

A yummy noodles.Will try soon.

Kaveri said...

Like this concept of requesting a recipe...Nice recipe..looks very inviting

Dzoli said...

Drunken noodles:) What a name;)) looks delicious;)

Priya said...

Super delicious noodles,makes me drool..

Raksha said...

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girlichef said...

Wow, this looks delicious!

Srta Kim said...

i had drunken noodles before and they are delicious! you have wonderful recipes here. :) ps - thanks so much for the blog visit!

Junia said...

sorry i was logged into the wrong account! this is my personal gmail account now (juniakk @ mis pensamientos) *not srta. kim :)

Krithi's Kitchen said...

Lovely addition of vegetables.. and awesome color of the noodles.. good one...
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Priya (Yallapantula) Mitharwal said...

wow, even I would order it, if I had this option, that looks delicious. I love the final product and how easy the recipe is.

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The Pumpkin Farm said...

wow Aarthi, looks really yum..am sure your little follower will be more than happy to see it here

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Rhandi said...

Sounds fantastic! Must try! So sweet of you to do this for that girl and her mum :)

Curry and Comfort said...

Hi There!! Thank you for visiting Curry and Comfort. :) I am enjoying your blog and following you now too. What a great collection of recipes. :)

amrita khurana said...

Wow..womderful site..thanks for pixs..and recipe..

Santhaa said...

great recipe...

deepthi vinod said...

Hi aarthi...tried this today...came out perfect...just like restaurant one...thanks a lot for sharing this recipe...

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