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Tangy paneer n peas in yippee noodles

Whenever we shop grocery items, my husband picks Top ramen or yippee noodles and drop it in basket...he loves it and ofcourse these packets helps us when we r busy, tired of cooking or sick...I used to prepare varieties of recipes only using hakka or the plain one but never tried with maggie/top ramen/yippee..My husband loves all tangy  dishes, so all my tomato based recipes goes only to him :) Recently i tried this recipe and it was too good...now he is asking me to try recipes with the yippee noodles....have to think on them ;)
Ok lets move to our recipe...This is very easy and simple recipe...

 Ingredients :

1 Yippee noodles (any noodles)
Noodles masala packet
1 Big tomato, Finely chopped
1/2 Cup Paneer , chopped
1/4 Cup Green peas ( I have used sprouted peas)
1 Maggie chicken cube
Salt (if needed)
1 Tbsp Oil


Method :

Cook noodles with masala packet as per the instruction in the pack, keep aside.


Now heat oil in a kadai and add the chopped tomatoes.


Cook until it gets mashed.


Add peas and little water. Let it cook for 3 - 4 minutes or until peas gets cooked.


Add the chopped paneer and toss well.
Now add the Maggie chicken cube powder and mix well.


Add the cooked noodles and simmer it for couple of minutes.


Serve hot and enjoi the tangy flavor.


Note :

Both noodles masala and chicken cube contains salt...so add salt, if needed.

Linking this recipe with Master Chef Contest" @ Divya's Page



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Comments

  1. Instand noodles can be made healthy with sprouted peas n paneer...looks too yumm!! my kids willnever say No to this yummy noodles :)
    Spicy Treats

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  2. noodles my daughter's favorite....looking yummy :)

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  3. Lovely idea of using paneer in noodles...Looks yum..

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  4. I want to have this now itself

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  5. life saver when we are not well :)

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  6. this is a great idea to wrap chicken...Looks so delicious & pictures make me mouthwatering!!Thanks for sharing with 'Hot & Spicy Treats' Restaurant in Satya niketan

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