A South Indian Bhat recipe uses an easy homemade spice blend. I am sharing 2 ways of making the rice but I am sure you will come up with more options. Try it!
F or the recent Blog Hop Vardhini had posted noodle cutlets.
I knew I had to make it and so I did! What lovely cutlets they were. It was difficult to say who enjoyed them more the kids or their mother.
Since they have been added with veggies I did not mind the kids eating this junk food to their hearts content also shallow fried takes time but I feel it is healthier. The added bonus is no leftover oil to throw out which is something that hurts me deeply and not to mention my pocket.
2 Instant noodle packets
1 medium carrot, grated
2 potatoes, boiled
1 cup corn, boiled
½ teaspoon garam masala
2 tblspn Rava (optional)
1. Boil and cool the noodles as per the instructions on the packet.
2. Mix the boiled noodles with all the ingredients except the oil and rava. Since I used only 2 potatoes the mixture did not bind well. Next time I will use atleast 3 or 4 potatoes.
3. Make balls of the noodles mixture and flatten them a bit.
4. Dip them in the rava and shallow fry on a non-stick tava till golden on both sides.
I made two without the rava and they looked better than the ones rolled in rava.
Enjoy with tomato sauce and hot tea.