Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Shrimp Noodle

   How about more noodles?  The recipe is quite similar to the vegetarian one I posted a while back.  But the addition of shrimp and oyster sauce gives it another dimension.  The process is all similar but as you will agree it's the ingredients that makes the difference.  Most of the ingredients I have used today can be found in anybody's kitchen and also a few tips to enhance the flavors if you choose can be found in the foot note.

  Cleveland where I am right now is proving to be quite exciting.  Did I tell you there is going to be a Onam Sadya around here..  Broadview Heights Recreation Center, 9543 Broadview Road, Broadview Heights , Oh 44147.  This will be on Sep 4th, 6 PM to 10 PM.  If you are in Ohio you might want to go take a look.  I haven't decided if I am going but it sure is in my mind.

   While I go enjoy my rest of the day browsing in blogland I wish you a good day too.
  
Shrimp Noodles

Ingredients:

Egg Noodles - 1 packet (200 gm)
Ginger - 1 Tbspn
Garlic - 2 Tbspn
Carrot - 1 julienned
Cabbage - long slender shreds (1 cup packed)
Beans - 20 nos juliened

Soyabean sauce - to taste.  I added 2 Tbspn
Green chilies - 2

Marinate Shrimp

Shrimp - 10 or 15 in number
Ginger garlic paste - 1/2 tspn
Oyster sauce - 1 Tbspn
Chili powder - 1/2 tspn

Ground Pepper - 1 tspn (or sprinkle to taste)

Shrimp Noodle

Method:
1. Cook Noodles as per packet instruction.  I run cold water over the cooked noodle and pour and toss it in 1 tbspn of oil and set aside

Marinate Shrimp:
1. Add oyster sauce, chili powder a little soya sauce and the ginger garlic paste and marinate for 20 minutes
2.  Heat a wok or big open pan which can hold the vegetables and noodles together and heat.
3. Pour 1 Tbspn of oil and add the chopped ginger and stir for a couple of seconds and add garlic.
4. Add the marinated prawns and saute for a minute and add the green chilies, beans, carrots and cabbage
5. Once the prawns have turned white or pink (color the shrimp turns to when cooked) depending on the type of shrimp you use add capsicum and stir on high heat to cook the edges
6. Add some remaining soyabean sauce and toss in the cooked noodles
7. Check for salt and taste and add some more soyabean sauce if needed

Shrimp Noodle

Notes: You can add 1 tspn of the stir fried chili sauce, maggi chicken bullion 1/2 packet etc to enhance the taste.  Aginomoto about 1/4 tspn also will help to enhance the flavors.  When I need to add a little spark to the noodle I do that sometimes.  On a regular basis prefer to avoid.

Contributor: Sunitha

30 comments:

  1. I love simple stir fried noodle dishes just like this one!

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  2. The dish is simply looking gorgeous....addition of shrimp always enhances the taste for sure....

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  3. I should let my friend know about this Sadhya. Thanks for sharing.

    Shrimp Noodle makes me drool.

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  4. Looks great with correct amount of spices. Very tempting !!

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  5. yum yum...love i m totally in love with shrimps!
    Looks really delish!

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  6. Yumm!!cant take my eyes from the click, very tempting noodles..

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  7. Looks very tempting. My son would love these.

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  8. Mouthwatering..I am always up for some noodles:)

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  9. A all time kid pleasers...looks so delicious..my kids will finish that in seconds :)

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  10. Wow looks gorgeous ..and the clicks are too good.

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  11. Nice one..looks lovely n delish....

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  12. I love this simple fried noodle. So yummy!!

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  13. Have never tried using shrimps for noodles but would love to have it..yummy one...

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  14. Hi,

    great noodle syou have here with shrimp!

    Love them!!

    sameena@

    www.myeasytocookrecipes.blogspot.com

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  15. Hi,

    great noodle syou have here with shrimp!

    Love them!!

    sameena@

    www.myeasytocookrecipes.blogspot.com

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  16. never tried noodles with shrimps!Simply superb.

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  17. very tempting noodles .. Wich I could have it straight away

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  18. Shrimp my fav....drool...oh ya i agree with oyster sauce they bring amazing taste and flavor

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  19. I just cannot for the love of me make a decent noodle dish..i ahve no clue why :(
    ro on the other hand does a brilliant stir fry and ends up adding oyster sauce, fish sauce and what not..and the end result is awesome...i have no idea where im going wrong.
    thanks a lot for those encouraging comments on my posts :)

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  20. Shrimps and noodles, love this preparation. This looks so yummy in these beautiful pictures.

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  21. looks awesome....very nice clicks

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  22. thats a simple and beautiful noodle dish....loved first n last pic...love the angle in which first pic was shot...

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  23. Hey First time here...yummilicious blog ...love to visit often :) Do visit my space !!

    Lavanya

    www.lavsblog.com

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  24. am a sucker for chinese dishes and your simple stir fried noodles makes my mouth water.

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  25. Tempting noodles!! Love the clicks..

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