Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Spaghetti Stir Fry

Being a mom is very special, but is there any mom out there who doesn't think - hope I was all alone doing it or who doesn't want to spend a day all free not thinking of anything, not thinking that my kid is pulling this or is putting himself here or there or is too quite..I know all moms do that..and everyone would eagerly be looking for some time to be free..Hmm I do and finally I got 2 days a week free from the past month..Initial few days went in my thoughts whether he will adjust there and how is he going to manage without me..I was all sad then..then few days he din't go because of cold and now we both are doing fine..No more tears to mama and baby.:) And all this has happened in 8 days..Yes he is a playschool going kid now and mama planning to maximum utilize that time..;)
Now my hubby comes home for lunch and God I have always felt to tell him that he can have food from office for those 2 days of week...Don't you think its a good idea as I don't want to spend time preparing food..Hmm need to  put that idea on plate sometime soon..

Off to the recipe..This is one I made on one such days...Its easy to put together...



Whole wheat thin Spaghetti -11/2 cups cooked
Carrots-1 big/6 baby cut(I used purple and orange ones, cut lengthwise to thin sticks)
Green beans-10 nos(cut lengthwise)
Cabbage-1/4 cup(Used purple ones, finely cut lengthwise)
Capsicum-1/2 of big one(cut lengthwise)
Onion-1/2 of small one(thinly sliced)
Garlic-1 tsp(minced)
Ginger-1 tsp(minced)
Soya Sauce-1 tsp
Red Chilly Sauce-1 tsp
Tomato Ketchup-1/2 tsp
Vinegar-1/4 tsp
Olive oil-2 tsp
Spring Onion-2 tsp(chopped)
Salt and pepper to taste




Method of preparation:
1. Cook the noodles as in the package. Drain, Wash with cold water and set aside.
2.  Heat oil in a wok.Add the minced ginger and garlic and fry for a second.Then add onions and saute for 2 to 3 minutes.
3. Then add veggies,pepper and saute it well. Add the sauces and salt on medium high flame and mix well.
4. Then add the coked noodles and mix well. Do not overdo it or you will end up breaking the noodles.
5. Add the vinegar to this along with spring onion. Mix well on high heat and serve warm.



32 comments:

  1. Looks too good and delicious.. gorgeous pics too !!

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  2. Absolutely yummy spaghetti stir-fry. Your clicks are wonderful dear......just loved those snaps.

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  3. Ohh.. yummy spaghetti.. Feel like having them now.. Great clicks Reshmi :)

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  4. very healthy spagetti!!! love the addition of veggies in here!!
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  5. I love spaghetti, so easy and quick to make too

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  6. Wow! Beautiful Speghetti stir fry! Lovely clicks!

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  7. The picture itself speaks a lot Resh, how delicious and spicy this spaghetti will be.

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  8. Very yummy.. First thought it bus noodles.. Nice idea of using spaghetti.. Nice clicks
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  9. Oh..kid started his school? Good! :)

    Spaghetti looks yum!

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  10. I am waiting for such time for myself, Reshmi :)
    This spagetti looks so easy to put together and healthy & delicious.. Seems colorful and very appealing to the eye too.

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  11. spaghetti fry looks delicious Reshmi.

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  12. Nice stir fry with wheat one.

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  13. Your photos are mind blowing dear! So crisp and delicious images...hats off da!!!

    Now pass me a bowl of that irresistible spaghetti..am hungry ;)

    Being a Mom...is the best of all!!!

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  14. looks really yummy and well done... i can really empathise with what you say... when i am at home, i just the kids would sleep, but when they are not there, there's so much loneliness around... :)

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  15. looks so appealing and delicious.. nice clicks..

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  16. awesome and drooling recipe

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  17. beautiful clicks :) Loved it :)

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  18. Lovely recipe and well explained dear...

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  19. This is Akku's fav ,simple yet yummmm...

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  20. Yummy noodles dear,looks delicious with all veggies:)
    Congrats on your upgraded status(playschool boy's mom);)

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  21. this looks absolutely gorgeous... beautiful clicks...

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  22. I am gonna self-invite myself to your place, you're killing me with those gorgeous pictures...makes me very hungry! :)

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  23. Amazing clicks...no wonder it got over in no time!!

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  24. Simple dish but very tempting one! Loved the pics too!

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  25. Delicious clicks Reshmi..Looks super yum.. :)

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  26. Very interesting combination.. love it :)

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