Egg Noodles Recipe-Indian Style
Recipe Category: Breakfast-Dinner
Recipe Cuisine: Indo-Chinese
Chinese Noodles -1 packet
Spring onion greens- 1/4 cup chopped
Tomato sauce -2 tbsp
Oil -4 tsp
Salt as needed
Pepper powder to taste
For the Grinding
Ginger – inch piece
Garlic cloves -5
Red Chillies -5
Onion -1/2 an onion
Boil water in a wide pan with a tsp of oil and 1/2 tsp of salt. When water starts boiling, add the noodles and cook for 4-5 minutes stirring occasionally or as instructed in the pack. Make sure not to overcook the noodles.
Drain the water completely from the noodles and run cold water through the noodles to prevent it from sticking together. Add a tsp of oil and toss noodles. Keep it aside.
Wash and cut beans and carrot into thin pieces lengthwise.
Grind ginger, garlic, red chillies and onion to a fine paste.
Crack eggs and pour it into a cup, add a little salt to it, slightly mix it with a fork and keep it ready.
Par boil carrot and beans with a little salt. Drain the water and keep it aside.Vegetable should be crunchy. You can even saute it separately and add instead of boiling it.
In a pan, heat 4 tsp of oil, add chopped onions and saute until onions turn transparent. Add a little salt while sauteing onions.
Cooking the masala well is important otherwise you will get the raw flavor of the onion.
Check for seasoning and serve hot with tomato ketchup or any side dish like gobi manchurian.
Note – You can add cabbage and capsicum also but make sure that you do not overcook the vegetables.
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wow love the colour and the recipe
Noodles looks so yummy dear
I love egg noodles ; the recipe looks scrumptious..
How much water did u use for 160g noodles
You can cook noodles in plenty of water as we will be draining the water from the noodles. So no measurement for water.
I tried it its awesome thank you
i prepaired it and its awesome
Which brand of Chinese noodles you have used…
I used dragon noodles.
Yesterday I try this recipe….. it's sooo tasty
Can v use Maggi noodles also without the masala in the packet??
This serves for how many people?
Serves 3. I have mentioned it in that box.
A S Lokeshwari
Can I use ginger/garlic paste, if yes how much? How much of red chilli sauce should I add and will one teaspoon of pepper powder taste well? am afraid dat I could mess up while adding pepper powder as I have no idea how much pepper would give what taste.
You can use ginger garlic paste- Use 1/2 tsp. Pepper powder – 1/2 tsp. I have not added chilli sauce at all, only tomato sauce. But if you want you can add.