Fish Noodles Recipe | Street Style Fish Noodles
Fish Noodles Recipe | Street Style Fish Noodles recipe with step-by-step pictures and instructions. Fish noodles are delicious and spicy Indo-Chinese noodles made with fish, egg, vegetables and tossed with sauces. I absolutely love chicken noodles and this is my adaptation of the same recipe with fish as my kids are fond of fish.
I can eat noodles for any course of the meal. Always prefer street-style noodles to what we get in restaurants. Enjoy them with tomato sauce or with Manchurian of your choice. Adjust the sauces according to your preference. Sending this to FoodieMondayBloghop theme #292NoodlesDoodles suggested by Preethi. Do check out Spicy Sambal mushroom noodles and many more interesting recipes from her blog. Let’s check out how to make these street-style fish noodles.
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How to make fish noodles with step by step pictures
Marinate the fish with salt, turmeric powder, and red chilli powder.
Heat oil and shallow fry the fish in the pan.
Roast them till golden.
Remove the bones and take only the flesh part. It comes with around 1.5 cups of boneless fish.
Boil water in the pan and cook noodles for 8-10 minutes according to the instructions in the packet. Add salt and 1 tsp of oil while cooking noodles.
Once it is cooked, drain the water and run through cold water and keep it aside.
Heat oil and add the finely chopped onions, cabbage, capsicum, and carrot.
Saute in high flame for 2-3 minutes and then add the eggs to it.
Scramble the eggs and add salt, ginger garlic paste, red chilli powder, pepper powder, and soya sauce.
Saute in high flame for 3-4 minutes and add fried fish.
Then add the cooked noodles.
Toss in high flame till everything is coated evenly.
Delicious fish noodles is ready.
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