Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Organic Vegetarian Noodles With Portobello



Recently I cook a lot of vegetarian dishes to clear out the stock from my fridge. Fresh vegetables, if kept too long, will start to lose its texture and taste really bad. Today I'm gonna stir fry organic noodles with portobello, cabbage, carrot and deep fried bean curd. Yes, it's that simple.

The organic wheat noodles is paired with portobello to bring out the meaty flavor. On top of that, dunk the noodles in vegetable-blend sauce to reach the natural pleasant flavor. It's really simple, you can complete this dish within 20mins. As a result, a dish that rely solely on vegetables was our light dinner tonight.

It's my pleasure to share the dish with Presto Pasta Night #135 created by Ruth and hosted by Eat the Right Stuff.


Ingredients:

2 pieces of organic wheat noodles
a handful of julienned cabbage

1 portobello, sliced
half carrot, julienned
4 tau pok (deep-fried bean curd), quartered
half yellow onion, peeled and sliced
cooking oil
120ml water

Seasoning:

1 tbsp of tomato sauce
1 tbsp of vegetarian oyster sauce
light soy sauce to taste

Method:

1. Bring a pot of water to boil. Cook the noodle till soft, yet not totally cooked. This will leave some room for the noodle to absorb the broth when stir-fry later.

2. Heat oil in a wok, saute onion till fragrant and transparent. Add cabbage and stir fry for 2 minutes. Add portobello, carrot (leave half for garnishing) and deep-fried bean curd. Toss briefly.

3. Add seasoning and water and bring to simmering. Add noodles and stir-fry until noodles are dry.

4. Dish out and garnish with carrot.

19 comments:

Anncoo said...

This is so easy to follow and healthy too :)

SimpleGirl said...

when i cook my organic wheat noodles, i will always go for the lazy way, just add some organic soya sauce and dark sauce with a bit of sesame oil...definetely not as creative as U!

noobcook said...

healthy and delicious dish, love the colours and veggies in this one =)

New Kid on the Blog said...

hey pal, your photo shooting is getting real good now!!! keep it up!!!

Little Inbox said...

Anncoo, I only know how to cook simple food, that's the reason.

SimpleGirl, that's because I love lots of veggies in my food. :P

noobcook, veggies make it looks colorful, and not to forget the nutrition from it too.

New Kid ar, we no longer use that DSLR, give up already, now shift to compact camera. Hubby's my photographer still. I in-charge of cooking only, sounds like good "phat dong"?

J2Kfm said...

i'm attracted by your shots though. very nice.

FoOd PaRaDiSe said...

When are you cooking for us ah? Ya.... both of you good "phat dong". lol

tigerfish said...

Such vegetarian noodles are healthy.

allie said...

Wow! Nice shots! Have you got yourself a new gadgets or new skills?

abby said...

this looks wonderful - so colourful, easy and simple. thanks for sharing with ppn.

Joanne said...

The best thing about pasta is how quick, easy, and healthy it can be. I love dishes like this. So beautiful.

Juliette said...

Sounds great - I'm always looking for noodle ideas!

Big Boys Oven said...

looks delisious, I love to fork into it! :)

Little Inbox said...

J2Kfm, thanks. Still long way to go for better shoots.

FoodParadise, don't know if it suits your taste buds?

tigerfish, yes absolutely!

allie, thank you! I got a small gadget Panasonic LX3 point and shoot.

Little Inbox said...

abby, thanks for dropping by. You must be having fun hosting for this round's PPN.

Joanne, thank you. By the way, Congratulations to you!

Juliette, may be you should try out something similar to this.

BBO, hehe...unfortunately finished already. LOL!

buzzingbee said...

easy yet yummy-looking :)
oh my, I'm impress with the photos. Thought you were using some DSLR or something.

allie said...

Panasonic LX3 is a very good camera :) Your photos are great!

Little Inbox said...

hi buzzingbee, hope you enjoy it. I still have a lot of learn on foodography...

allie, LX3 is suitable for beginner like me, but now i feel limited by its ability...:(

Ruth Daniels said...

It looks absolutely beautiful. Thanks for sharing with PResto Pasta Nights. I always enjoy a healthy dinner here!

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