From Chef Rasul "Hakka Han is a name for the Chinese diaspora in India and Southeast Asia. When the Hakka people settled in Kolkata in the early 1800s they brought noodles and soy sauce and discovered a wealth of spices. Chinese/Indian fusion is hugely popular in India and Hakka noodles are a staple of many restaurants. This is not that staple. This is something different. Something awesome. Don’t question it. Go with it."
Recipe and photos by Chef Rasul Welch
2 bundles Ohio City Ramen noodles
1 jar Masala Paste
2 tbsp miso
2 tbsp butter
Mushrooms, peppers, onions, cooked pork, or whatever you like in a stir fry.
Par boil ramen noodles until firm but wiggly. That was my nickname in high school.
Sautee veggies and meat in a little oil over medium high heat until lightly browned. Add the noodles, masala paste, and miso and stir until fully incorporated. Remove from heat and stir in butter.
Top with green onions, sesame seeds, peanuts, or whatever other crunchy stuff sounds good!