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This dish is an amalgamation of two already popular dishes: Instant Noodles and Indian Omelette (also known as Masala Omelette).

Essentially, Instant Noodles Omelette is a masala omelette that includes an additional ingredient: cooked instant noodles.

Once you have the ingredients, the cooking time is 10-15 minutes because it requires you to cook the instant noodles first and then use the cooked noodles in this recipe.

The end result, Instant Noodles Omelette is seen here on the plate with some tomato ketchup and toasted bread slices, ready to be devoured.

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Step 1: Ingredients

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For the Instant Noodles Omelette you need the following stuff:
  • Ingredients (shown in the picture below, except salt and oil):
  1. A packet of your favorite instant Noodles. I am using Maggi masala noodles here which is very popular in India. 
  2. Couple of eggs.
  3. A small tomato. You will only need a small piece of the tomato.
  4. Half of a medium sized onion.
  5. A jalapeno (Green chilli pepper). Skip this if you do not like your food spicy and hot.
  6. A few twigs of coriander (also called parsley or cilantro).
  7. Salt.
  8. A teaspoon of your favorite cooking oil (I used Olive oil).
  • Tools:
  1. A frying pan or skillet for the Omelette.
  2. A cooking pan for cooking the instant Noodles.
  3. A Spatula!
  4. Bowls, spoons, fork, serving plates etc. etc..

Step 2: Preparation

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1. Chop the onion, tomato, coriander leaves and the jalapeno pepper.
2. Break the eggs into a bowl.
3. Mix the chopped onion, tomato, coriander leaves and jalapeno pepper and whisk briskly.
4. Add salt to taste and whisk the mix again.

Put the above mixture aside while you cook the instant noodles first.

Step 3: Cook Instant Noodle

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Cook your brand of Instant Noodles as per the instructions on the noodles packet. Maggi noodles require you to cook for about 3-5 minutes or till all the water in the pan reduces. For this recipe, I broke the raw noodles in smaller pieces before cooking them. Also, I will cook the noodles enough so that very little 'soup' remains. We don't want too much soup for the Omelette.
jmjdubai1 year ago
I am a working woman and so I don’t get much time for cooking. Maggi has become my biggest companion in my daily life. Even though several noodles brands are available in the market, I prefer to eat maggi noodles because of its great taste. Maggi soups have also become a part of my dishes.
Browncoat2 years ago
Can't cook the noodles w/o water! You should think about entering this in the Water Challenge. :)