Wednesday, 21 January 2015

My Indomie noodles recipe

I was first introduced to indomie noodles by my sister when it was being sold for just six naira. That was a very long time ago. It was a life saver then and it still is. It comes in really handy when I'm looking for something really quick and nice to make for my family, I'm sure many mothers will say the same.
There is no one way of making indomie in my house, I like trying it in different ways. I added Irish potatoes to my indomie for the first time when I was in university, everyone at home loved it. I introduced it to my husband and he was hooked. Now indomie without Irish potatoes is incomplete for us.

1 pack indomie noodles
2 Irish potatoes
1 small carrot
1 small spring onion
2 tbs green peas
1/2 tatashe
1 fresh pepper, scotch bonnet or habanero, pounded
1/2 onion bulb
1/4 tsp curry powder


Peel, wash and cut the potatoes. Wash and cut the carrots, tatashe, spring onions, and onions.
Put the potatoes in a pot with about a cup of water and place on fire. When it boils for about a minute, add the green peas and carrot and allow to cook for two minutes.

Add another cup of water, put the indomie in the pot. Allow to cook on one side for a minute before turning it over.
Add the seasoning, tatashe, onions, curry and pepper, stir properly. If the water in the pot is too small, add a little more. Cover and allow to cook until there's little or no water left. Remove from heat and serve hot. Enjoy