Indomie Noodles With Carrots, Sausages, Cabbage, Green peppers

A serving of Indomie noodles with proteins and vegetables.
I haven't posted any Indomie noodle recipe in a long while because of the complaints that we were beginning to see too much of noodles on the blog. After
this long absence, I pray this recipe is received with joy. I waited because I agree that we have many Indomie noodle recipes on the blog.

Like I always say, Indomie should not last longer than 5 minutes in a pot of boiling water. Cooking Indomie for even 7 minutes can give you sticky noodles. I love my noodles cooked but al dente. I hate sticky noodles or pasta, I can't even eat them. I like a little soup in my Indomie, I try to add some water and make it a bit soupy. 

This one was cooked with less water because it wasn't for my consumption. After eating this plate of Indomie noodles, my guest asked if there was still some to take with him. He wanted his wife to see the kind of Indomie noodle recipe that he enjoys. He tells us that before this day, he never enjoyed Indomie and that if he knew I was preparing Indomie noodles for him, he would have asked me not to bother, but thanked his luck that he wasn't told. After clearing his plate, I told him there was nothing left to take away. He wanted his family to start preparing it this way for him.

I said in an earlier Indomie noodles post that, in my family, Indomie noodle is not just for kids. It is a meal that every member of the family enjoys. We try to add other nutrients and make it a balanced meal. For my kids who can eat Indomie like everyday, I try to make it healthier so they do not overstuff with plain carbohydrates.
Adding carrots, cabbage, onions, fresh red pepper, green pepper and sausages to Indomie noodles
Ingredients for my healthy Indomie noodle recipe:

  1. Indomie noodles 2 packs
  2. Frankfurt (sausages) 1
  3. Green pepper 1 medium sized
  4. Red pepper 1
  5. Carrots 2 medium sized
  6. Cabbage, the size of a small orange cut in two
  7. Onion
  8. Water 2 1/2 glasses
Stir and mix vegetables and sausages with indomie noodles
 Cooking Procedure:

  • In a pot of boiling water, I add my Indomie and its seasoning, stir a bit, cover for one minute and then add other ingredients and allow to cook for another 4 minutes before removing from heat.
  • I served hot with cold water.

Indomie noodles and all the vegetables cook in 5 minutes and is ready to be served
A plate of Indomie noodles served hot
Click On Number 1- 6 To See  how to cook other Indomie noodle recipes posted on this blog:
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  1. Replies
    1. Barbie5/02/2013

      What do you mean OK??

    2. Anonymous5/02/2013

      He or she don hear now

  2. jeanette5/02/2013

    Eyaaaaaaaa, why now? I'm at work now and all I'm thinking about is this your indomie recipe. Let me get home first...

  3. I love noodles sooo much! So tnks aunty eya! The recipes can never be too much for pple like me! Hugs**

  4. Yummy,bookmarked already. but imma do away with the carrots,don't like carrots especially big slices in my food.

    ~BONARIO~says so via NOKIA3310

    1. Lol why na @ carrot

    2. I think you are mistaking the sausages for the carrots.

  5. Sis Eya I really don't feel like cooking 2day but it seems like u have tempted me with this eye catching colourful meal. I haven't got cabbage n green pepper @ home but I'll make do with any other vegetables I've got.

  6. This looks so good! Thanks.

  7. Anonymous5/02/2013

    Aunty dis is so Nice!
    Will try it 2morro morning for my kids,hope they like it.
    Great Blog u hav here,kip it up!

  8. Very colorful noodles, well done.

  9. Anonymous5/02/2013

    Well done Aunty Eya.. Looks delicious but sadly I'm on a very strict protein and vegetable diet.. No form of carbs.. Chaii see temptation but I have to look good for my covocation

  10. Anonymous5/02/2013

    Eya, how do you preserve your veggies or do you always buy it fresh? Sparkle.

    1. No Sparkle, I don't always buy fresh. I keep in the fridge. Right down, the vegetable section of the fridge.

    2. Anonymous5/03/2013

      Wrap it in a nylon and keep it in the fridge. I have green in my fridge for over a week now, and it is still fresh.
      ... Pj

  11. Aunty Eya, How about the amount of water to put? I always make d mistake of putting excess water... So to prevent 'excess water' I Always fry my indomie with d veges...

    1. Hi Jossy, for one big pack, try using two glasses of water.

  12. Anonymous5/03/2013

    At Jossy A, make shame kill you if u dnt know how to cook commom indomie and u are asking d amount of water. If u like use one drum of water to cook one packet. And 2moro now person go marry u keep for house.

    1. ****Mufasa Said5/03/2013

      LOL! I'm sorry to lol @ dis but be easy on jossy now, that's y she's here, we r all learning.
      @jossy, to be on d safe side get a measuring cup. Practise makes perfect

      ****Mufasa Said

    2. @Anon 10:09am abeg tak am easy, na harmless que she ask,haba.@jossy start by putting a little water, wen u find its not enof add more little by little. like some1 said practice makes perfect, don't shy away from cooking cos u r a woman.

  13. Anonymous11/13/2013

    Why r u attacking jossy wats ur business anyway she did not ask u

  14. Anonymous4/07/2014

    Anonymous attacking Jossy what's your problem with that? Abeg leave the lady alone, you know whether na for White House dem born her? She's here to learn, let her be!


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