Monday, August 28, 2006

Vegetable Noodles


1packet Noodles
2 Medium size onion
2 Medium size tomato
1cup Cabbage
11/4tsps Chilli powder
Salt for taste


1. Boil 4 glass of water in a vessel when the water is boiled put 2 tsps of vegetable oil into the water & then put the packet of noodles into the water cook for 10 mts.After 10mts drain the noodles.

2. Pre-heat the oil in a kadai & fry the chopped onion till golden brown & then put thechilli powder cook for 5-6 mts & put the tomato now & cook for 10mts.

3. Now,put the cabbage cook for next 10 mts.

4. Finally put the noddles & pour some noodles water also & combine the masala & noodles kept the flame in low heat & close the vessel for 5-6mts.

5. Noodles is ready you can add ketcup & add some soya sauce for extra taste.

1 comment:

Naziya said...

Unable to resist the delicious recipes.

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