Noodles pakoda – a tasty snacks

Noodles pakoda – a tasty snacks

This is one of my favourite snack item. This is solely an experiment by my better half. An evening snack with a difference. Try it out – am sure you too will like it.

Noodles – 1 bowl (soaked in water for sometime)
Egg – 2
Onion – 2 medium sized (chopped)
Green chili – 2 (finely chopped)
Salt – to taste

Soak the noodles in water for some time. Take the soaked noodles in a bowl and add eggs, chopped onions, green chili and salt. Mix well. Take oil in a frying pan. Make small balls out of the mixture and deep fry till it attains a texture of light golden brown. Serve it hot with ketchup and enjoy it with a cup of coffee. It will be crispy and tasty snack for the evening.
Thinking that what if you are vegetarian? No worries!! You can use besan in place of eggs.Simple!!

42 thoughts on “Noodles pakoda – a tasty snacks

  1. I have tested maggi pakoda and the man who cook them, he starts with cooking masala maggi first, then from that maggi, he Cooks pakoda. He makes some lip smacking maggi pakoda. Similar to this, lip smacking dish.

    1. Thank you so much Hena 🙂
      Yes its very simple. It is actually a recipe of my wife. She tried it as a quick snack for evening. Try it out. You’ll like it 🙂

  2. I’m not very fond of cooking but when it comes to eating part, I love to try new dishes. This looks interesting! Hopefully I will try to make this some time. ?

    1. Thank you for visiting my blog and posting a comment. When you love eating and try new dish I insist you to try this. Its easy, tasty and quick snacking option. Let me know how it comes 🙂

  3. Seems pretty easy to cook. I also love to travel and I’ve recently switched to a healthier lifestyle and training for a race with SportMe running app, which calculates distance, time, pace and calories. Finding new running routes is always a challenge, such as sneaking in my runs into my destinations. Your blog posts are a true inspiration.

    1. Thanks Mayura. I’m glad you liked the recipe. Actually this recipe is curated by my better half, my wife Manasi. I like this snack very much 🙂

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