Chop suey 🍜 | Back to Back post since it's the weekend 💁. Anyone who knows me might think it was my taste buds craving for this but to my pleasant surprise, Mr. Husband requested for this specific dish. I am in forever love with all Indian variations of Chinese food 🙈 so I will never let an opportunity pass to make it (more focused to eat it). We have an understanding at home, if there is leftover Chinese food, that belongs to me but if there is leftover of Kadhi, chole, Aaloo, chicken (and many more..), it belongs to him 😋 .
1)1 cup Veggies of your choice cut and chopped ( I like to use onion, capsicum/ beans / carrot / cabbage )
2)200gms Boiled noodles
3) 2 tbsp oil for sauce and some extra for deep frying the crispy noodles
4) 2 tbsp Soy sauce
5) 2 tbsp ketchup
6) 2 tbsp green chili sauce
7) Red chilli powder
8) Crushed black pepper
9) 2 cloves garlic finely chopped
10) 2 tbsp cornstarch
11) Salt to taste .
Heat oil in the pan and add garlic. Add veggies once the garlic is golden brown. Stir fry all veggies on high flame for 3-4 mins. Add all sauces, chilli and salt. Stir well and add some water. While the sauce comes to a boil, make a paste with cornstarch and add to the sauce. The sauce will start to thicken in couple of minutes. Add more water to adjust consistency and cook for another 2-3 minutes. Remember, the sauce will thicken on cooling, hence keep the consistency a little more flowy than desired. Remove from heat and add to Boiled noodles and garnish with crispy noodles.
( For the crispy noodles, save some parboiled noodles and deep fry them).
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