I am a great fan of Chinese cuisine. I really dont know where to stop. Right from soups & starters to noodles & wontons, everything drives me nuts. Usually at restaurants I end up ordering from a standard set of dishes which I know will be enough for a whole meal. For instance, Triple fried rice, American Chopsuey and vegetable steamed rice. Why do I try to order one-meal dishes?? Thats because Hubby dear will order North-Indian food and smile at my Chinese. So here, I am pretty much on my own 🙂
Chilly Chow is another dish thats deliciously spicy and quite filling. This is my entry to Archana’s One Dish Meal Event. Its really a great idea of have a collection of recipes where a dish is sufficient for the entire meal. Some day when you return home exhausted after a long shopping spree this set of recipes will help. Thanks Archana, for hosting this event.
Madhuram of Eggless Cooking has given me a bear hug. Thanks so much Madhu, a big hug to you too.
I would like to pass this bear hug to Lakshmi of Taste of Mysore.
- 2 cups of veggies (cabbage,carrot, spring onions
fresh corn, red/green/yellow capsicums)
- 5 soya chunks soaked in warm water
- 2 tablespoons Tomato puree
- 1 tablespoon olive oil
- 1/2 teaspoon vinegar
- 2 teaspoons soya sauce
- 1/2 teaspoon tabasco sauce
- 1 tablespoon cornflour paste
- 1/2 teaspoon pepper powder
- 2 cups of Noodles
- Boil noodles with some salt and oil. Drain and set aside.
- Heat olive oil in a wok. Saute vegetables on high flame starting with the bell peppers.
- Now add soya chunks, tomato puree, salt, pepper and cook till the puree is done.
- Add soya sauce, vinegar, tabasco sauce, some water and bring to boil.
- Make a paste of cornflour in water and mix into the gravy to thicken it.
- Place noodles on the serving plate. Pour vegetable gravy on top on it.
- Garnish with Spring onions and serve hot.
Preparation time : 10 mins
Cooking Time : 10 mins
Number of people it serves : 2 gluts like me 🙂