Hari Pyaz 300gms
Oil for deep frying salt 1 or 2 tsps
Maggi Hot Sweet Sauce 1 cup METHODPour water in a kadai and boil. When it boils add soya chunks, off the stove cover the vessel with a lid. Leave it aside for 10 minutes. Then rinse it with cold water, drain water from the chunks. Mix 1tbsp each of maida, besan cornflour with chilli powder and 1tsp salt. With little water, make a paste and apply to the soya chunks thoroughly. Now pour oil in a kadai, heat it and deep fry these soya chunks and keep it aside.
Wash and cut the hari pyaz finely. In another pan, pour 2 tsp oil, heat it and add hari pyaz, saute it thoroughly and add 1 tsp salt to it. When it is done, add the fried soya chunks, pour maggi hot and sweet tomato sauce liberally and mix it well. Adjust salt. Put the remaining cornflour, mix it with half cup water and add this to kadai, mix well. When everything blends well, remove it and serve.
This is a very very nutritious, high protein tasty snack, everyone loves it especially children. This you can serve as a snack or a main course dish alongwith fried or plain rice.
Comments: Hi Sathya, this is a great recipe for my son, who loves anything spicy. Thanks a lot we all enjoyed it for last night dinner with chicken hakka chow. A big THANKS to you. Name: sarika singha
MumbaiBoil noodles in six to eight cups of salted water to which one tablespoon of oil has been added and cook till almost done. Drain, refresh in cold water, drain again and spread on a large plate to cool.
Heat sufficient oil in a wok and deepfry noodles till crisp and golden brown in colour. Drain and place on absorbent paper.
When cool lightly crush the fried noodles and set aside. In a large bowl combine fried noodles, spring onions, carrots and Cabbage and toss to mix well.