What are Veggies Noodles?
Veggies Noodles are a popular dish made from fresh vegetables and noodles. They are usually topped with a variety of sauces and spices, making them a delicious and healthy option for any meal.
There is no one definitive way to make Veggies Noodles, as the recipe can be adapted to suit your own personal taste. However, some common ingredients and steps include boiling water, slicing vegetables, noodles, and adding seasonings and sauces.
Aside from being an amazing meal on its own, Vegetables Noodle eating can provide many health benefits. The vegetable noodles are low in calories and offer plenty of nutrients including fiber, protein, vitamins C and A, Iron, and magnesium. Additionally, they contain antioxidants that can protect cells from damage and stress.
- 1 small packet Noodles
- Water as required
- 2 tbsp Oil
- 1 medium sized Onion sliced
- 1 medium sized Tomato sliced
- 1 medium sized Capsicum sliced
- 6-7 French Beans (cut in long pieces)
- 1/4 cup Shredded Cabbage
- 1/2 cup Boiled Fresh Green Peas
- Salt to taste
- Noodles Masala as required
- 1 tsp Black Pepper Powder
- 1/4 cup Water
There are a variety of veggie noodles that include both vegetarian and non-vegetarian options. There are many types of veggie noodles, including wheat-based noodles, bean based noodles, and rice-based noodles. Many types of veggie noodles can be found in supermarkets or in Asian grocery stores.
What Benefits Does Vegetables Noodle Eating Provide?
Wheat-Based Veg Noodle: Wheat-based veggie noodle varieties include the popular udon and soba noodle varieties. These wheat based noodles are made from an elemental mixture of flour, water and oil which create a very soft noodle. Wheat has good flavor and absorbs water well, making this type of noodle perfect for soups, stir-frys and other dishes.
Bean Based Veg Noodle: Bean based veggie noodle varieties include the popular lo mein and fried rice noodle varieties. These bean based noodles are often made with dried beans, which give them a deep color, a robust flavor, and a chewy texture. Bean based noodles absorb water well, making them a great choice for soups, stir fry’s and other dishes where you want a thick soup or sauces.
How to Make Veggies Noodles
Rice Based Veg Noodle: Rice based veggie noodles come in several different varieties including jasmine rice vinegar vermicelli (a type of vermicelli that is usually light in color), brown rice vinegar vermicelli (a darker color), king oyster rice vermicelli (thinner than regular risotto style pasta), buckwheat soba ramen (which is similar to Japanese style buckwheat miso ramen), white onion green onion sautéed bean curd vermicelli And many more. Rice based pasta is perfect for stir fries or salads as it has a delicate flavor that doesn’t overpower other ingredients.