Friday, 20 February 2015

How to Ramen noodles in Tomato Sauce with veggies

Recipe of Ramen noodles in Tomato Sauce with veggies

I have always been fond of whole wheat ramen noodles and prepare it often and I was looking for a comfort food which can be easily put together and is quick and delicious. They come up with different variety like whole wheat ramen noodles, multigrain etc. This time I thought of making it in a different way. Most of the kids are fond of these ramen noodles and refusing them becomes very difficult. I have added lots of veggies to make it healthy and have chosen whole wheat noodles. I have given it some variations and have made these whole wheat ramen noodles in Indian style.



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It is a quick dish which can be prepared in jiffy. It is a stand alone recipe which can be served without any accompaniment. If you like it spicy, you can add red or green chilly in that. If you are fond of tomato ketchup, you can serve it with that too. It is under 15 minutes recipe which is vegetarian and eggless. Make sure you serve it hot otherwise it will become sticky and you will not enjoy it. These Indian style ramen noodles are so delicious that you can't stop eating them without finishing the whole platter. If you want to have a quick scrumptious breakfast and don't want to have simple bland ramen noodles, you can make these noodles and enjoy the taste. Adding of water depends on if you want them crisp or soft. If you like it with gravy, you can add extra water and serve it when they are mixed properly. I have made it without gravy, I have cooked the noodles till the water is absorbed. Don't overcook the noodles so that they remain crisp to bite. If you are adding the vegetables in it, do try and cut them in the same size.



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Lets start with the recipe :


Preparation Time Cooking time Total Time Yield
10 minutes 10 minutes 20 minutes Serves 4 

Recipe Type : Snack
Cuisine : Indian

Ingredients :

  • 1pack of whole wheat Ramen noodles
  • 1 chopped cabbage
  • 2 sliced bell pepper
  • 2 sliced carrots
  • 1 chopped green chillly
  • 2 sliced onions
  • 3 crushed medium sized tomatoes
  • Salt according to taste
  • 1 teaspoon pepper
  • Maggie Taste maker
  • Oil
Preparation : 

  1. In a pan, crushed tomatoes, let it cook on low flame 
  2. Add salt and pepper in it, mix well and keep it aside
  3. In another non-stick pan, heat 1 tablespoon oil
  4. Add onions and wait till they turn pink
  5. Add cabbage, bell pepper, carrot, and green chilly in it and let it cook
  6. Add pepper and salt and mix it
  7. Add 2 cups of water in it and boil it 
  8. Add noodles taste-maker in it, stir and cook on low flame
  9. Now add maggie Ramen noodles in it
  10. Cook till the water is absorbed and it become dry
  11. Add hot tomato sauce on the top of it or you can mix it 
  12. Serve hot 
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18 comments:

  1. Wow, this is sure tempting and a fulfilling bowl of happiness - as its noodles:)

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  2. Nice..... good for any time hunger....

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  3. Perfect for late night cravings. Loved it, super YUMMY! :)

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  4. My childhood love and still it is--- The Maggie!!! Love your version of it!!!!

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  5. This looks so much better for you than plain ramen! I love all of the veggies in it. :)

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  6. yum yum!! Maggi will always be my fav. You have made it more delicious!!

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  7. Added more....punch to these gorgeous comfort food

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  8. Added more....punch to these gorgeous comfort food

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  9. This is super yummy Ritu, yes please and with lots of chilli!

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  10. delicious atta maggie noodles ..simple yummy dish ...everyone's favourite...

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  11. You can't say 'no' to a bowl of Maggie. Particularly the atta ones. You've made it into a wholesome and delicious dish! Love the extra additions of the vegetables.

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  12. Never tasted atta Maggie. I don't think we have it over here. I like the deliciousness of this one pot dish.

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  13. Never heard abt this,luks gud n sue tastes yummy ..m sure
    Btw,following Ur Beautiful blog ..:)

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  14. Ritu, will you believe, I just finished a bowl of maggie noodles, and see the same on your blog!! what are the odds!! love that nestle introduced atta noodles, they also taste great! great share!

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  15. I came across your blog while looking for some Indian recipes and liked a lot. How amazing! I will keep an eye out for all your recipes :)

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  16. How I miss Atta Maggie.. They have kind of stopped its import to Uk:(.
    Coicedently I made vegetable Maggie for my daughters and my lunch ..
    The veggies are adding a great zing !!!

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  17. This sounds soooo yummy! Will definitely try it. Loving your blog! Really inspires me!

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