Chinese food is probably the most replicated food around the world, however, what we Indians call “Chinese Food” is probably just “Indian food” to most people of Chinese origin.
However, street food is my guilty pleasure, and there’s no harm done in learning to cook it at home. I learned this by watching a street side Chinese joint cook’s prepare my food. It’s really not that complicated. It tastes great, and generally loved by everyone. Call it stir fry, chow mien, whatever, I don’t care, it tastes great.
I’ve gone for a simple vegan, street side Hakka noodles here. You can add sauces, eggs, meat, whatever it is you like, I won’t complain. But this is the basic format. There are two basic tricks to doing this well. One, is that you have to keep everything chopped and ready to go. Don’t wing it. Second, you have to keep moving. The actual cooking time with the noodles and vegetables is only a few minutes, so remember to keep a timer going.
Now, to make this easy and delicious street food, let’s Go To The Kitchen.