Have you ever tried Hakka Noodles? They are pretty much the best Asian noodles I’ve ever eaten. I learned about this dish on our Carnival Cruise Eastern Caribbean adventure aboard Carnival Sunshine. I craved these noodles daily and made frequent visits to the ship’s restaurant, JiJi Asian Kitchen to get them. Hakka is a region in China, the dishes there are simple and traditional. What sets these Indo-Chinese noodles apart from others I’ve had (and what makes them irresistible) is that they are tossed with butter at the end of cooking.
This recipe is as great for family dinners as it is for entertaining larger groups. You can easily double or triple the recipe to suit your needs. My kids gobbled up these noodles and keep asking for more! Feel free to load up this recipe with your favorite protein: roasted chicken, shrimp, salmon or beef would be a great addition.
If you find yourself on a Carnival Cruise any time soon, I suggest you visit JiJi for dinner to enjoy these noodles and so many other delicious Asian-inspired recipes. A few more we fell in love with were the Slow-Braised Pork Belly, Tamarind Shrimp Soup, Singapore Chili Shrimp and the Blistered Beans. Also, don’t forget to pair your dinner with one of their signature cocktails. A true treat!
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4 thoughts on “Vegetable Hakka Noodles”
I’ve got to try this dish soon! Yum!
These look fantastic!! I could probably at the whole batch myself!
I could easily eat these all by myself… #noshame
Looks delicious, so happy to read your post 🙂