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Noodles with Biryani Masala

instant noodles with biryani masala
Instant Noodles are always a saviour when I want something quick.  But I discard the seasoning mix in case it contains MSG.  MSG is also known as Sodium Glutamate.  Instead I use my favourite spices and it tastes equally good.  You can use Chicken Masala, Meat Masala, Garam Masala, Cajun Spice Mix as substitutes for Biryani Masala.

Ingredients:
Noodles - about 160 gms
Cayenne Pepper - 1/4 tsp
Chat Masala - 1/4 tsp
Biryani Masala - 1/4 tsp
Onion - 1 small
Carrot - 1 small
Corn Kernels - 1/4 cup
Green Peas - 1/4 cup
Salt
Oil

Method:
1. Heat 1 - 2 tbsp oil in a kadhai/wok and add sliced onion.  Saute for about 2 minutes and add sliced carrot, corn and peas.
2. Saute till vegetables are half done or as you like.
3. Add about 2 cups water, cayenne pepper, chat masala, biryani masala and salt.  Stir all the powders well and add the noodles.
4. Cook till the noodles absorb water and turn soft.  Add more water if required.  Quick Biryani flavoured noodles are ready.

Comments

  1. Indeed quick n easy..looks tempting too....will try ..nice good idea!

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  2. very easy one.me too yarr sometimes for lunch i prefer this readymade noodles.
    addition of our other masala instead of the seasoning mix..good idea and healthy.

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  3. Simple yet brilliant idea of making out noodles this way, very interesting..

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  4. Need to try this out...Smart idea to twist the noodle taste..what kinda noodles are u using here..??

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  5. Thanks Harman, Ammu, Prani, Priya, SS for the lovely comments.

    SS, I use instant noodles which get cooked in 2 - 3 minutes.

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  6. love noodles with biriyani masala. looks great

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  7. Such a great idea uma, just loved it, truely indian style...

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  8. nice idea to give a twist in taste to good old noodles.
    Glad to see u back uma.

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  9. You turned a quick meal into a quick and healthy meal. Good job!

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  10. Hy dear,

    wonderful try ...sounds delicious n yummy.

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  11. Uma, very spicy n easy biryani noodles. Looks delicious dear.

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  12. EvenI used to make with chicken masala or meat masala.But never thought of making with biryani masala.Thats really a grt idea dear!Thanks for sharing...

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  13. very innovative dish...looks really very tempting and i bet it must be very tasty too...

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  14. hey Uma,
    nice twist in the noodles.sure gonna try :)

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  15. That's cool..easy and yummy

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  16. beginning to wonder why no post for six days from you ;) Glad to see u back and with some easy yummy recipe. Love noodles any time :)

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  17. Thanks Krishnaveni, Subhashini, Sushma, Kshipra, Linda, Jay, Sathya, Shahana, Kamalika, Arthi, Preeti, Gulmohar, Sanyukta for the encouraging comments!

    Preeti, I took a blogging break dear.

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  18. I m sure uma it wud taste aweasom vth biryani masala... :)

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  19. its a g8 idea..i realy want to try it..thanks for sum new thng

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