Vegetarian Stir fried noodles 😋😋😋. This vegetable lo mein is vegetarian, as I used egg noodles, but egg-free noodles can be used for a vegan version. HOW TO STIR FRY VEGETABLES Stir frying vegetables is quick and easy, and can be done just before the noodles are cooked. Tender vegetables and al-dente noodles covered with just the right amount of thick tasty tangy sauce…I'm getting hungry just thinking about it.
Ingredients of Vegetarian Stir fried noodles 😋😋😋
- Prepare 600 grams of Spaghetti.
- You need of Carrot 3 large pieces.
- Prepare of Zucchini 1 big piece.
- It's of Green pepper 1 big piece.
- You need of Onions 1/2 the whole piece.
- Prepare 3 cloves of Garlic.
- It's of Ginger size of a thumb.
- Prepare 1 table spoon of dark soy sauce.
It's a healthier spin on take-out that is easily made vegan and/or gluten free (see notes). Heat other teaspoon of oil and add veggies. Stir-fry until brightly colored but still slightly crisp. Add sauce to veggies in skillet and give it a stir.
Vegetarian Stir fried noodles 😋😋😋 step by step
- Wash and dry your vegetables and cut into strips. In a large sufuria add water and bring it to a boil. Wait for it to boil violently then add your spaghetti and cook for 8-10 minutes and remove the water and put in ice cold water..
- In a dry pan add 2tablespoon of oil and your onion and fry till translucent. Add your garlic ginger paste and cook for 2-3 minutes..
- Slowly add in your vegetables. Start with the carrots, then your zucchini and the green pepper. And cook for 3-5 min until well cooked..
- Add the reduction of oyster sauce, ketchup, honey and sweet chilli sauce. Add your blunched spaghetti and stir. Cook for 5-8 minutes till well combined and serve..
- You can also add fresh coriander and chilli if you like it spicy..
Add sriracha if desired and toss well again. Stir all the ingredients together, making sure nothing's stuck to the bottom, then cover with a lid and cook for a couple of minutes. When the noodles and veg are hot through, push the mix. Cook the noodles according to pack instructions. Korean noodles are called "gooksu" in Korean or "myun" in hanja (Chinese characters borrowed and used in the Korean language with Korean pronunciation).