Indian Style Top Ramen Noodles

When I was in 7th grade, I remember being introduced to Maggi 2 mins noodles. It wasn’t a love at first eat, neither it ended up being an acquired taste. Couple of years later I ended up eating Top Ramen Noodles and that’s what I loved eating for a quick bite. Growing up I remember Amma buying both Maggi for rest and Top Ramen for me alone. 
We used to twist it in many ways, added vegetables to get over the guilt of eating Noodles. However since it was occasion treat, it was fine. We even took this for our travels for a dinners. Those were my best memories enjoying in train journeys. 
So when I was thinking of what else I enjoyed after coming home from school, I remembered this spiced up noodles, all Indian style!
Boys are so crazy of Maggi, that they will do anything when you promise them Maggi and have even got a deal of Saturday dinner as Maggi. Once when Hubby dear wasn’t around I wanted to make Noodles for myself to and made Top Ramen. After the aroma that came out, they were keen on only that. So it’s an alternative weeks now.
I made this for a change and Konda liked it a lot and I decided I could make it occasionally as well.

Indian Style Top Ramen Noodles

Ingredients Needed:

Top Ramen Noodles – 1 packet
Onion – 1 small
Tomato – 1 small
Red chili powder – 1/2 tsp
Oil – 1 tsp

How to make Indian Style Top Ramen Noodles

In a pan, heat oil, then saute onion juliennes, till they start turning colour. Then add the tomato juliennes.

Add the store masala along with red chili powder. Simmer till tomato is sort of mushy but not completely.

Now add water and bring to boil. Once it starts boiling, add the noodles, cook for 2 mins/till done.

Serve hot

Sending it to Sowmya, who is sharing my Kid’s Delight event, themed on After School Snacks.

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  1. same story valli, was introduced to maggi in school, we had thrown up most of it..me and my sisters…never to eat it again and then the magic masala maggi happened and stayed forever, your final noodle bowl looks amazing

  2. Ramen noodles are a staple for college kids here because they were so cheap. When I was in college, I could buy them 10 packages for $1. After eating so much of them when I was in school, I really can't stomach them now.
    But your Indian spiced up version must be so good.

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