Thursday, October 14, 2010

Hakka Maggi


Ok now this is a modified version of my Eggy Maggi because I have actually tried it and served it to my uncle, sister, mom. They loved it :)

You need:-
  • Sesame Oil (it goes really well with Chinese cooking. If you don't have it, use Olive Oil)
  • Chilli Sauce, Chilli Flakes
  • Dark Soy Sauce - 1 tsp
  • Tomato Sauce - 1 tsp
  • 2 cloves of garlic - mashed & finely chopped
  • Onion - cut lengthwise
  • Spring Onions - finely chop the green part
  • Carrot - cut lengthwise
  • Capsicum - cut lengthwise
  • 2 eggs - remove most of the yolk, keep some, beat it up well
  • 1 packet of Maggi noodles
How!

  • Heat oil in the pan, add garlic
  • Add the onions, don't wait for them to get golden-brown before you...
  • Add the Carrot & Capsicum
  • Now you must make a little cavity in the middle of the veggies (trust me!), add more oil, dump in the beaten eggs and stir continously till the egg cooks and forms "bhurji"
  • Mix in the chilli flakes, salt, soy sauce, chilli sauce, tomato sauce
  • Stir stir stir
  • But hey! Don't overcook... Let the veggies remain slightly crunchy!
  • Simultaneously, cook the Maggi noodles as per the usual procedure
  • When the noodles are almost-cooked, add in your Veggie mixture
  • Stir stir stir
  • Cover with a lid, let it set and self-cook for a while
cheers! tell me how it was

16 comments:

  1. Looks good. I see that your uncle, sis and mom loved it. But did you taste it? ;)

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  2. hey as iam hostelite i can do it....simple to cook..
    i will try it ..

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  3. Looks delicious and appealing.....will try a.s.a.p.

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  4. i tried and it came out really well..\

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  5. thanks I am glad you liked it :-)

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  6. when you said "simultaneously cook the noodles" do you mean add the maggi taste maker too??

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  7. thanx buddy.. :) really its awesome thing... :) :)
    taste is superb... :)

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  8. it looks gud thanks for sharing...

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  9. i had it without egg
    turned out good

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  10. It ws awesome diti thank u very much ...:-)

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  11. chendalanga undhi

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  12. Maggi is evergreen noodle every one likes this, i'll try your new recipe as soon as possible !!

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  13. i tried it and its really amazing!!

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  14. Asher Sherwin ChristopherSeptember 8, 2013 at 4:02 AM

    Was amazing!
    A plan for lunch was foiled.
    I came home hungry.
    My roommate and I did this.
    Seemed like Heaven

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  15. Asher I'm glad you tried this recipe. I've been inactive on this blog for a while but look fwd to a couple of new recipes this week :)

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