Chinese Bhel is a fusion dish using fried noodles with stir-fried vegetables. All you need is some boiled noodles to get this dish done very quickly.
Kids love Indo-Chinese and when I had made some recently I wanted to try this Chinese Bhel as well. Konda loved it as it has fried noodles. I had made American Chop Suey some years back and told her that it used to be our favorite and most often made the dish at home then.
So remembering that, I decided to make this Bhel with a mix of ingredients. It is very easy to assemble if you have fried noodles. I used very simple vegetables as kids will not eat all the rest. This hardly takes time to get done.
For the final day of snack in BM#110, I have this delicious Chinese Bhel. This was part of the Fusion Platter I made for the Thali Theme. I had made Roti Noodles, Garlic Noodles, Roti Nachos, Paneer Tacos, Gulab Jamun Truffle along with this.
Chinese Bhel is an easy Snack for Kids that is made with fried noodles tossed with stir-fried vegetables. This is very quick to assemble.
This bhel is yet another easy snack to make for kids. Kids love such fusion dishes, especially if it is Indo-Chinese dishes. Apart from the Bread Manchurian that I made, this one was a hit with the kids. You can make Honey Chilli Potato as a side as well.
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Chinese Bhel ~ Easy Snack for Kids
- 1 cup Noodles
- 1/4 cup Onions
- 1/4 cup Capsicum
- Handful Spring Onion White
- Handful Sprink Onion Green
- Salt to taste
- Pepper powder to taste
- 2 tsp Cooking Oil
- 1 tsp Green Chili Sauce
- 1 tsp Soya Sauce
- Cooking Oil for deep frying
- Heat kadai with oil and deep fry the boiled noodles.
- Drain and keep it aside.
- Heat a kadai with oil and toss the vegetables till half done.
- Add the sauces and mix well.
- Adjust the seasoning and add more as required.
- Slightly crush the fried noodles and add to the pan, toss well.
- Serve right away.
Crispy, spicy and absolutely delicious Chinese Bhel. Looks so colorful and inviting Valli. I am sure kids must have enjoyed it very much.
Vaishali Sabnani says
The first time I heard of this bhel I was literally shocked ! But I loved it . The version that is available here is a mix of all the chinese dishes that one prepares . Your version sounds easier and delicious to the core .
Sushma Pinjala says
This is a great dish, my family loved it when I made couple months ago. Yours have turned out so well. Good one Valli
Rafeeda - The Big Sweet Tooth says
I am drooling at that bhel, so well amde... delicious!