Monday, February 17, 2014

Chicken Noodles

I have tried Chicken Fried Rice many times in the similar method...
And just applied that for noodles too this time.


Egg Noodle - 1 cup
(If you are using the same twisted noodle which i have used, take 2 cups)
bone less chicken - 300 grams (approx)
Egg- 2 nos
onions - 1/2 medium
green chili -2
ginger garlic paste - 1 teaspoon
pepper powder - 1 tea spoon
salt -to taste
soy sause - 1/2 a tea spoon (optional)
tomato sauce - 1 tea spoon (optional)
oil-to fry chicken(preserve 2-3 tea spoons of oil once chicken is fried)

To Marinate chicken:

garam masala -1/2 a tea spoon
chili powder - 1/3 tea spoon
ginger garlic paste - 1/2 tea spoon
salt -as per taste


Even you can simply use any chicken 65 masala :)


1. Take 4 cups of water in a pot and bring to boil. when the water bubbles add the uncooked noodles to it.
2. cook for about 7 to 8 mins or until the noodles is tender.
(If your noodles pack says specific way of cooking, please follow those.)
3.Once the noodle is cooked, drain the water and wash it twice with the cold water (Preferably running water. if you dont have drainer or drinking water tap, you can still add cold water in pan and drain it.)
4. Keep the drained noodles aside.

5. In a pan, pre heat  about 2 table spoons of oil (or as per your measurement to deep fry/ shallow fry the chicken)
6. Fry the chicken until they are cooked softly. (Add few curry leaves in pan if you do shallow fry)
7. If shallow fried, drain all the oil and preserve only 2 tea spoons in the same tawa.
8.If not, just take about 2 tea spoons of oil to a frying pan, and add green chilies and onions to it and saute for 2 to 3 mins.
9. Once when the onions are turning into golden brown, add the ginger garlic paste to it.
10. Fry until the raw smell of ginger garlic paste goes.

11. Break an egg and drop in the tawa, when it is half cooked, add the fried chicken pieces to it.mix well
12. Add the cooked noodles to this mix, with pepper, salt, and tomato sauce.

13. when they are all blended well add soy sauce and switch off the flame.. 

Sending this recipe to,

Only food for growing kids event hosted by Shrutis Rasoi and organized by Pari

South Indian cooking hosted by Nandoos Kitchen and organized by Anu


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  2. awesome! i just love egg noodles for a quick meal, the ones we get here looks like spaghetti while the one u made is thick... still looks so good...

    1. thanks rafee, i liked its shape, and gives some pasta feel as it is thick... :) just to attract my kid :)

  3. Love the combo, the spiciness and noodles are such a great connection.

  4. Thank you! This recipe is perfect. Your food styling is so beautifully done, too. I'm excited to make these! Welcome to my blog and leave your comment. I am very happily.

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