That’s right people.
I’m the Jack of All Trades.
Sadly, I’m master of none. But god who the hell cares, right?
It’s been AGES since I’ve updated anything here.. It’s getting silent here on my blog right? Well, yeah there are reasons for that. Some good. Mostly bad but yeah ok.
I hadn’t cooked anything in last one month. I’m not very good at cooking but I do cook my own food occasionally. But my food is no match for what my mother cooks everyday.
Anyways, I felt hungry this evening so I thought of looking into my snacks stash which was empty. Already made a note to refill it again but for the time being I found a pack of Ching’s Hakka Noodle (NOT A SPONSOR) and 2 Packets of Maggi Masala-e-Magic.
I decided to cook noodles and there I was, in the kitchen.
Let me first list down the ingredients I used.
- 1 Pack of Ching’s hakka noodles
- 2 packets of Maggi Masala-e-Magic
- Macaroni Masala
- Lemon (I didn’t have vinegar)
- 1 small Onion – chopped
- 1 small Tomato – chopped
- Salt – To taste
- Soybean Oil/Any other oil you would like to use.
- Take a large enough Pan and put some water into it.
- Now put the noodles into the water and let it boil.
- Add some Salt.
- Make sure you don’t fully cook the noodles as we are going to cook it again later.
- After the noodles are boiled, filter and drain the stock.
- Spread the noodles in a large plate/tray and pour some Soybean oil onto it.
- Make sure you flip the noodles 4-5 times in order to spread the oil into the noodles.
- Let it rest for now.
- Take another small pan with 2 and a half cups of water in it.
- Pour the Maggi Masala-e-Magic sachet into it along with some Macaroni Masala.
- Let it boil for 1 minute and keep it aside.
Cooking the REAL THINGS
- Now put a frying pan or something on stove and put it on medium flame.
- Pour some oil into the pan and let it heat up.
- Put those chopped Onions into the oil and fry them for sometime.
- Now add the chopped Tomatoes and fry it for sometime.
- Now add some Salt, Macaroni Masala and fry it.
- Switch the flame to slow and put the noodles into the pan now.
- Make sure you flip the noodles well and the paste that we made by frying is mixed properly.
- Now it’s time to add the Curry/Cooking stock we made. Slowly pour it into the pan.
- Now stir the noodles and keep stirring it occasionally until the cooking stock reduces.
- After you get the desired amount of stock into your noodles, you can turn the stove off.
- Transfer the noodles into a plate and use some Parsley to season it if you like. I didn’t have any so I didn’t use it.
- Now cut the Lemon and squeeze it upon the cooked noodles.
I know it doesn’t look very delicious but trust me it is. I just suck at seasoning the stuff I make. 😛
So, do you think you’re gonna try it? Let me know.