Hakka Noodles belongs to the Indo-Chinese cuisine; an immensely popular and widespread cuisine in India tho’ it bears no resemblance to actual traditional Hakka or to any Chinese dishes. Noodles here are quickly stir fried with a spicy “Indian Chinese” flavored sauce and crunchy vegetables.
This is a continuation of the saga of the Aloo Vadas/Fried Potato Dumplings. I will not write much today except for a little note on the evolution of this dish.
Makhani Masala is the very aromatic butter based tomato cream sauce seasoned with spices and herbs – the base gravy for most of the tomato based creamy dishes in the Indian restaurants. If you are familiar with the lip smacking, finger licking Paneer Makhani/Paneer Butter Masala (Indian Cheese in a Butter Sauce), Malai Koftas [...]
(A little update here: Since this post has been in my draft, I had to add this before I posted.. for I am thrilled today. Michelle picked my Blueberry Gelato for the Host Award, DMBLGIT September 2009. Yaaaa:-D)
I waited all summer very very patiently, but at last my dreams came true.
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