Quote for Today: Some good Ramen Noodles can make your day. TJ
Today in food history, March 5th 1910, marks the date that Momofuku Ando was born in Taiwan. Mr. Ando was the founder of Nissin Food Products, and invented ‘Instant Ramen Noodles’. With the ravages of World War II still in effect, Momofuko Ando saw a need for inexpensive food for the masses. The instant Ramen noodle was created. In the beginning, Instant Ramen was considered a luxury. Today this noodle stable may be purchased around the world. Nissin in India has an intriguing recipe for Chili Garlic Noodles that I think you will enjoy. My favorite recipe follows: Chili Garlic Noodles – Serves 4-6-Prep Time: 50 minutes
Top Ramen Super Noodles Masala – 2 packs
French Beans 2-4 oz.
Soy sauce – 2 tbsp
1/2 tsp – Vinegar
1 cup – Sliced carrots
1 cup – Spring onions
1 cup -Green Cabbage
1 – Red chili, pureed
1 – Green chili, pureed
2 cloves of garlic, ground to paste
1 tsp – Chili powder
Oil – 1 tbsp
Salt to taste
Preparation Method :
Cook the Top Ramen Super Noodles in boiling water.
Add cold water to the cooked noodles and drain it.
Apply Oil to your fingers then separate noodles. Set aside.
Heat oil in a thick bottomed pan.
When oil starts to sizzle, add ground chili and garlic.
Once the chili garlic paste is fried, add cut spring onion, carrot, cabbage and French beans.
Add 2 sachets of taste mix and stir fry at high heat for about 4 minutes.
Now add Soy sauce, vinegar, Chili powder, a pinch of sugar and cook the noodles by
Stir frying for 2-3 mins and serve hot.