Hi my dear blog
I have not neglected you...I am really pressed with the time and not getting time to blog. I have quite a few food pictures i need to blog and also i am late in writing that my recipe has been published in a e-book at Indus ladies. I am thankful to Indus to include my recipe for Kids Lunch box recipes and this is the second time they included me in the ebook.Do check the yummy lunch box recipes shared by passionate moms and food bloggers. Previously in the year 2011 my recipe of Kadu Ka halwa was included in 100 Yummy sweet recipes. Click the picture below to check the lunch box recipes book. And due check out for my Mini pizza recipe.:)
Now coming to today's recipe is American Chop suey. This i ate first when my sister brought home a take away.I love this dish as your noodles are crispy with the sauce on the top. Has to eat hot.This i made for sunday's lunch. Yes sometimes instead of making biryani i order biryani for husband and elder daughter. And American chop suey for myself and younger girl.Here is the recipe :-
What you need:-
Oil 4 tbsp
Soya sauce 2 tbsp
Vinegar 1 tsp
Chilli Sauce 1 tbsp
Tomato Sauce 5 tbsp
Corn flour 2 tbsp
Pepper powder 1tsp
Take a pan. Mix soya sauce,vinegar,Chill sauce,tomato sauce and corn flour. Keep it on slow flame boil until the sauce thickens an add 1 tsp pepper powder.
Boil noodles and drain water. Spread them on a wide plate and let it cool down for 5 minutes. In a big tawa add oil and saute noodles until crispy.
Take which ever veggies you prefer. I took Cauliflower,broccoli,beans,carrot and capsicum.
Heat 3 tbsp of oil and add chopped onions. Saute for a while. Add all the veggies and saute on a high heat. Sprinkle ajinamoto a pinch. Saute for a while and sprinkle salt.
Add these veggies in the sauce.
When serving. Pour the above sauce on the fried noodles and serve it individually.
Hope to come back sooooooooooooon....