Monday, April 4, 2011

Stir Fried Sprouts & Veggies Spaghetti (Chinese Style)

We guys are going to run our 4th blogging marathon from today onwards which was started by Srivalli of Spicing Your Life again for a week..As always we have to choose few themes proposed by valli and i went for 30minutes meals which sounds quite easier for me...I prepared this stir fried sprouted spaghetti two days back exactly the day we Indians became World champions in cricket...Yep i prepared this quite healthy,quick,filling stir fried spaghettis for our lunch and served along with a omelette,just to watch my fav cricket match so that H & my kids wont blame me for not preparing their lunch,this stir fried spaghettis goes for easy preparation with crunchy veggies,definitely a fusion food to enjoy without any hesitation...The picture itself says how tasty these spaghettis are na...Serve this stir fried spaghetti just with some grilled tofu,simple egg omelette or grilled meats, i can definitely say that  u will have a fabulous lunch..Sending to Only Fusion guest hosted by Priya,event by Pari..

Happy Ugadi Wishes to u all!!

Stir fried Spaghetti (Chinese style)

250grms Spaghetti
1cup Bean sprouts (store bought)
1no Onion (chopped lengthwise)
1no Carrot (julienned)
1cup Cabbage(shredded)
1/4cup Mushroom (chopped)
1/4cup Green bellpepper (julienned)
2tbsp Soya sauce
1tbsp Chilly sauce
1tbsp Tomato ketchup
1/4tsp Sugar
1tbsp Rice vinegar
1/2tsp White pepper powder
Sesame oil
Few spring onions (chopped)

Cook the spaghetti as per instructions given in their packet,keep aside and let them cool...Heat a tawa with enough sesame oil,add the onions,saute for few seconds, now add the julienned carrots, chopped mushrooms,julienned bellpeppers,bean sprouts and shredded cabbage, saute for few seconds (dont overcook the veggies) immediately add the soya sauce, chilly sauce,tomato ketchup,rice vinegar and sugar, toss everything gently for few minutes, finally add the cooked spaghetti,spring onions & white pepper powder,toss everything gently until the spaghetti gets well mixed...

Serve hot!


64 comments:

  1. awesome and yummy noodles.love the addiiton of sprouts which makes that very healthy

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  2. Mouthwatering here!!! Yummylicious spaghetti ;)

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  3. Mouthwatering....adding sprouts is a healthy option

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  4. yummy noodles..i was also planning to make noodles that day, but was too bored and too excited with the match to do even that..we had to make do with some curd rice..

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  5. Yummy dish...Awesome with manchurian.

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  6. If only I could make my kids eat sprouts? They call them 'things' and take it out.

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  7. yummy noodles. Loved the addition of the sprouts:-)

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  8. Looks very filling and is so healthy with all those veggies and sprouts...

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  9. Yummy spaghetti..looks so delish and sounds healthy too.

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  10. Love the colorful and yummy spaghetti.

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  11. Nobody would complain if this so healthy and yummy spaghettis is served and that too when watching a cricket match..yummy

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  12. Looks yummy!!!! And healthy too...!!
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  13. That looks very inviting Priya..

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  14. Happy Ugadi to you too! Spaghetti looks colorful and tasty!

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  15. Nice idea to use spaghetti and sprouts together! Looks nice!

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  16. I always go for this sumptious preparation of noodles/spagetti.
    It is filling and healthy too.

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  17. Spaghetti looks colorful and yummy.

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  18. Nice addition of sprouts! I add them more in curries where they are not so evident!

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  19. That sound delicious! I love sprouts in my noodles too :)

    US Masala

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  20. Yummy spaghetti...love the addition of sprouts!!! Looks reallly tempting!!

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  21. Awesome looking spaghetti dear. All the veggies have made it look so inviting.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  22. lovely recipe Priya ..looks so delicious!

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  23. These noodles sound like they are full of flavor, wonderful recipe.

    -Brenda

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  24. Thats a yummy dish... :)
    u have an award waiting in my blog. Pls collect it.

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  25. Wow this sounds like a nice twist..looks yummy

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  26. no wonder most Chinese are slim and trim :) Super healthy.

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  27. Healthy noodles,love the sprout combo...nice recipe.

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  28. That looks delicious - nice twist on spaghetti.

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  29. Superb noodles....healthy and yummy...

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  30. simple et délicieux bravo
    bonne fin de journée

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  31. lovely post Priya ! great to be part of this Marathon too, for the first time ! have bookmarked this one to try out soon :)

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  32. Spaghetti looks delish, kids would go crazy for this dish!

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  33. Un plat délicieux. J'aime beaucoup.
    A très bientôt.

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  34. Nice recipe love stirfried noodles.

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  35. I also make the same way ,except I don add vinegar..Love it

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  36. Oh! i jus love stirfry...looks yummm

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  37. Love noodles and this looks so tempting and satisfying..thanks for the recipe!

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  38. Priya i will never say no to this yummy platter.. seriously i am tempted and feel like having some noodles now.

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  39. i love sprouts along with noodles!
    looks yummy!
    Smitha
    Smitha's Spicy Flavors

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  40. healthy and yummy ... noodles .. kids would love to eat it ...
    www.rajafood.blogspot.com

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  41. Flavorful and yummy noodles.

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  42. Looks great and a healthy one too

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  43. happy ugadi dear !! super spaghetti it looks so delicious !!

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  44. i love the chinese stly food. your dish looks really tasty.. yummmy.

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  45. Yummy healthy noodles. I love the sprouts.

    Hamsamalini Chandrasekaran
    http://indianyummykitchen.blogspot.com

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  46. happy ugadi dear. will try to try this recipe soon

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  47. Wholesome and filling dish!!

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  48. Happy Ugadi to you :)
    www.sunshineandsmile.com

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  49. Lovely spaghetti.. Looks exactly like we get in Chinese or Thai restaurants... :-)

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  50. Quick and easy meal for any age!

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