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Learn how to make delicious Indian ramen noodles. This is a quick recipe that can be made in 15 minutes.
With the option to add vegetables, egg and spices according to taste. Perfect for breakfast, lunch or a quick snack. Everyone in the family will love it.
Thank you to Ritu from Scrumptious Indian Recipes for sharing this delicious recipe with us.
I have always been a huge fan of noodles and I prepare them often. This time I thought of making it in a different way.
I have given the noodles some variations and have made these ramen noodles in a delicious Indian style.
I love the flavor of garlic and spring onion leaves which gives it a nice color and taste. I combined these two ingredients with Indian spices which have huge benefits and nutritional value.
What Kind of Noodles Are Ramen Noodles?
Ramen noodles are wheat based noodles, made from wheat, flour, salt and water. They are thin noodle and are perfect for adding to various vegetables and spices.
These noodles have a stronger texture than spaghetti and a distinct savory taste. However just like spaghetti, ramen noodles are very quick to cook which makes them perfect for a last minute family meal.
What Vegetables And Spices Can I Add To Ramen Noodles?
Many Indian spices have a lot of health benefits and are perfect for adding to ramen noodles. Indian spices are so aromatic that they enhance the taste and flavor of any dish.
You will love the combination of spring onion leaves and ramen noodles with the flavour of Indian spices.
Adding vegetables make a ramen noodles dish taste even more delicious. It is always a good idea to include fresh spring onion leaves and garlic. Other vegetables include:
- Sliced onions
- Bell pepper
If you like it spicy, you can add red or green chilly.
Lot of variations can be given to these noodles.
- You can also make it in pasta sauce. That is another variation that I have tried and turned out well.
- It can even be served with tomato ketchup.
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 the noodles served with gravy, add extra water and serve it when they are mixed properly. I have made it without gravy and I cooked the noodles until the water was absorbed.
TIP: Don’t overcook the noodles to ensure they remain crisp to bite.
These noodles are perfect as an after school snack for the kids. You can add lots of veggies and if you eat eggs, you can add eggs to the same. It is a great snack for the kids, which can be customized according to taste.
It is a quick dish which can be prepared in under 15 minutes. It is also a stand alone recipe which can be served without any accompaniment.
Make sure you serve it hot otherwise it will become sticky and you will not enjoy it.
Masala Garlic Ramen Noodles Recipe
- Chinese ramen noodles pack with taste maker
- 1 cup chopped spring onion leaves
- 8 chopped cloves of garlic
- 1 teaspoon pepper
- 1 teaspoon chaat masala
- 1 teaspoon garam masala
- 1 teaspoon vinegar
- 1 tablespoon oil
- Heat the oil in a non-stick pan
- Add chopped garlic and spring onion leaves into the oil. Stir in.
- Add pepper, chaat masala, garam masala and vinegar
- Add noodles taste-maker in it and cook on low flame
- Add water and boil
- Once the water has boiled, add the noodles
- Cover and cook
- Make it dry, cook till the water is absorbed
- Serve hot
Masala garlic ramen noodles are perfect for a quick and easy dish that the whole family will enjoy. The recipe can be changed according to taste whilst also ensuring that each dish you make can be slightly different. This will soon become a “go to” recipe in the home.
Do you have any favorite ramen noodle recipe variations? We would love to hear them below.