Schezwan Noodles

Schezwan Noodles

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Today, I am sharing a very famous Indo-Chinese recipe – Schezwan Noodles. Schezwan Noodles is a quick stir fry Vegetable noodles in Homemade Schezwan Sauce. In this recipe, I swapped a couple of regular ingredients for wholesome, lighter ingredients. I used Mazola® Corn Oil instead of olive oil. We love using Mazola Oils because of the high quality, great taste, and other benefits. Corn Oil has become a healthful tradition in America. A clinical study showed Mazola Corn Oil reduces cholesterol 2x more than extra virgin olive oil. To learn more about this claim, see

Schezwan Noodles

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Schezwan Noodles

Coming back to the recipe, beyond swapping in corn oil for olive oil, I replaced flour noodles with rice noodles because Rice noodles are gluten-free, better for you and pairs so well with Schezwan Sauce. It also delivers nutrients in the form of fiber and iron. We prefer to use Apple cider vinegar in many of our dishes like stir-fry, in sauces etc. Its mild in flavor, it’s not harsh and sour like white vinegar. So I used it in my this recipe too.

Schezwan Noodles

We love Indo-Chinese Food and these Schezwan Noodles became very usual at my home. All we need is Schezwan Sauce, some vegetables, noodles and you are all set. This noodle is so easy and quick to make. It gets ready in 10 to 12 minutes if you have the sauce ready. You can use store bought Schezwan Sauce too.

Schezwan Noodles

You are free to use any vegetables in this dish. However, it tastes much better with veggies like carrot, bell pepper, cabbage.

Schezwan Noodles

Schezwan Noodles are perfect for Kids-lunch box, any parties, for light and quick dinner or lunch, and even for relaxing weekends. It is a delicious and flavorful Vegan meal.

Schezwan Noodles


Rice noodles – 300 grams

Mazola® Corn Oil – 1 tbsp

Chopped Ginger – 1/2 tbsp

Chopped garlic – 1 tbsp

Chopped Spring onion – 1 cup

Bell pepper / Capsicum, chopped lengthwise – 2 cups (I used red and green)

Purple Cabbage – 1 cup, chopped (You may use green cabbage too)

Chopped carrots, lengthwise – 1 cup

Salt to taste

Apple cider Vinegar – 1 tbsp

Soy Sauce – 1/2 tbsp

Schezwan Sauce – 2 tbsp



  1. Boil water in a big pot. Switch off the flame. Soak rice noodles in that water for about 10 minutes or according to the package instructions. Once it is soft, drain and keep it aside.
  2. Heat Corn oil in a pan or wok. Saute ginger, garlic and spring onion.
  3. Now add Bell peppers and carrots. Saute for a minute and add then add Purple cabbage.
  4. Saute for a minute on high flame.
  5. Add vinegar, salt, soy sauce, and Schezwan Sauce. Stir well.
  6. Add rice noodles and give it a quick toss, let it cook for a minute and switch off the flame.
  7. Schezwan Noodles are ready. Enjoy!!

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  1. Adriana
    Adriana 19 February, 2018, 22:32

    Loving this noodles I enjoy spicy food and this Schezwan sauce is calling my name. And then with a load of veggies. Thanks for your participation on this shop.

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