Sunday, August 23, 2009

Malay style Noodles

Friday night 8:30 PM-Dinner Time

Me to husband: I prepared the noodles specially for you after coming back from work. So you feed Rishi(son) tonight.
Husband: Don't tell me you prepared it for me. You made it for your Noodles event..
Me: Its not Noodles event. Its "Its a Vegan World-Malaysian" event.

I ended up feeding the son. To my relief, he relished the noodles and ate in just 5 minutes.

I saw the noodles recipe in MalaysianRecipes website..I modified the recipe to make it less spicy and vegan. It came out very nice, different from the usual soy sauce-vinegar stuff. Spinach and green peas makes it healthy too.

Ingredients

Noodles: 200 gms(I used Hakka Noodles) Olive Oil: 2 tbsp(Refined oil is also OK) Garlic: 1 tsp(finely chopped) Tomato Ketchup: 2 tbsp Tomato Puree: 1 tbsp Green Peas: 1/3 cup(cooked) Spinach/Palak: 1 cup(cleaned, chopped into small pieces) Pepper Powder: 1/2 tsp Water: 1/4 cup(or more if needed) Salt to taste
Procedure

1. Cook noodles as per package instruction and keep aside. 2. Add oil in a big pan/kadai and saute garlic. 3. Stir in soinach and cook for 1 minute. 4. Mix in cooked noodles, ketcup and puree until coated.(2 minutes) 5. Add water to keep the mixture moist. 6. Add salt and pepper powder and mix. 7. Continue to cook stirring continuously for 5 minutes. 8. Add the peas and mix until combined. 9. Remove from heat and serve hot with tomato ketchup.

This is my entry to Vaishali's IAVW-Malaysian event.

On a different note, here is a picture of few things I bought during our recent trip to Srirangapatna.

12 comments:

  1. aha...I can so relate to the talk to DH. Nothing changes right. Sigh!
    Noodles look good.
    Loved the goodies you got from Srirangapatna.

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  2. I love those noodles-- they look absolutely scrumptious. No wonder your son loved them-- next time the DH doesn't want to eat them, send them over to me :)

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  3. noodles looks yumm..and very healthy too..i made a similar thing called beehoon..posted in my blog..

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  4. That looks delish.will surely try this week..Plz accept ur award from my blog:)

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  5. lovely noodle..Please do check my blog for my First cooked food event....do participate in it

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  6. Love the colour of the noodles....and ur collection too

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  7. Hehehehe i can relate to the conversation, i have it all the time with my friends :) noodles look delicious!

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  8. Supriya: Yes nothing changes..Thanks vaishali, S&M, Sowmya, Purva and Parita.
    Chitra: Thanks a lot for passing the award.
    Shama:Will definitely try to participate though I have to think hard about the first food I cooked. :-)

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  9. Happy ganesh chaturthi to you & your family dear :)
    Noodles looks Divine...
    Soup 'N Juice Event is going on in my blog.Please do participate in it.

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  10. Priya, the noodles look just awsome. I am definitely going to make this as i love noodles. :)

    Cheers,
    Priya

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  11. Wow,love the post -it happens in my house as well.the noodles are really healthy.Excellent entry,Priya.
    Thanks for visiting my blog,Yes I am in Blore.Nice to know you as well.Sorry for not visiting /responding earlier.

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