Veggie Noodles with Pan fried Mackerel (Titus fish) By Dressed


A serving of noodles with pan fried mackerel
I easily get bored with food so to counter this I would always look for ways to
make every day mundane meals more interesting. This recipe was borne out of the need to give some life to beloved  Indomie noodles.  

These are the ingredients you would need:

1 fillet of Mackerel fish ( Titus Fish)
Carrots
Spring Onions
Green peppers
Red bell peppers (Tatashe)
Indomie Noodles (Any noodles of your choice)
Chilli sauce (Optional)
Vegetable oil
sesame oil
Soy sauce
Fish sauce.

Fish, green peppers, red peppers, spring onions, and carrot 
More ingredients for veggie noodles
green peppers, red peppers, spring onions,carrot, Chilli sauce and Noodles
 Method
1. Add noodles to boiling water and boil  for about 1min or 2 with about a tablespoon of soy  sauce,  (without the seasoning) and set aside

 2. In a hot pan with a little vegetable oil add carrot and cook until slightly tender then add your peppers and finally the spring onions and saute all together for a few minutes. Do not overcook, the vegetables need to have a bit of crunch to them. Add some oyster sauce and some sesame oil and set aside.
 3. Add cooked noodles to vegetables, add a tbs of sesame oil and stir fry all together together for a few minutes. I like to add a bit of chilli sauce at this stage for some heat.

 3. Add cooked noodles to vegetables, add a tbs of sesame oil and stir fry all together together for a few minutes. I like to add a bit of chilli sauce at this stage for some heat.

oil


 4. Season already deboned fish with some fish sauce and fish seasoning and allow to sit for at least 15mins, then place fish skin side down first  in a heated and oiled pan or griddle for 5-7mins. turnover to the other side and cook for another 5mins. Serve with your noodles


 4. Season already deboned fish with some fish sauce and fish seasoning and allow to sit for at least 15mins, then place fish skin side down first  in a heated and oiled pan or griddle for 5-7mins. turnover to the other side and cook for another 5mins. Serve with your noodles

4. Season already deboned fish with some fish sauce and fish seasoning and allow to sit for at least 15mins, then place fish skin side down first  in a heated and oiled pan or griddle for 5-7mins. turnover to the other side and cook for another 5mins. Serve with your noodles 

 4. Season already deboned fish with some fish sauce and fish seasoning and allow to sit for at least 15mins, then place fish skin side down first  in a heated and oiled pan or griddle for 5-7mins. turnover to the other side and cook for another 5mins. Serve with your noodles


I served mine with a bit of more chilli sauce
Enjoy!
Dressed is the blogger behind dressed2dnines

Comments

  1. This is OOOOH LALA

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  2. Luv dis. Wld end up snackin on somtin else b4 dis meal is ready :(

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  3. Anonymous6/29/2013

    Sure looks good....

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  4. Odikwa very serious something.... This looks darn interesting! Great meal... According to sister the meal is, oooooh, aaaaaah!

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    1. Nwa pastor6/29/2013

      Sister no dey take eye see indomie but am sure she will like this one coz Eya put in so much effort into but who knows she might still say ooooooh haaaaaaa wooooow thank u Aunty Eya

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    2. Tangerine6/29/2013

      Sister is Ezenwanyi,Ezenwanyi is sister. guys don't be deceived
      She is evil.creamberry is innocent pls
      Ahdaisy u need to listen Ezewanyi is sister

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    3. Anonymous6/29/2013

      Tangy,are u alright
      Is everything ok
      Its just a blog biko
      U are taking this things far and am worried for you

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  5. Anonymous6/29/2013

    Nice. Is it the canned mackerel we know?

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    1. Anonymous6/29/2013

      Wear your glasses naa

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    2. Hi! No, its fresh Mackerel or Titus fish as we know it in Nigeria.

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  6. Hian, all dis one for indomie? Lol.
    Looks really good. Will it work for spaghetti too?

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    1. I was about to ask d same question, pls dressed2dine reply o.

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    2. Typo pls *dressed2dnines*

      Nice one!

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    3. Yes it would also work for Spaghetti.

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  7. Hian, all dis one for indomie? Lol.
    Looks really good. Will this work for spaghetti too?

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    1. Yes would work for Spaghetti too.

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  8. Anonymous6/29/2013

    Haba! Can ke? Mackerel na d fish Wei people 4 Lagos dei call TITUS! So na one big Titus

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  9. Anonymous6/29/2013

    This one is not canned mackerel oh! It is the ice fish mackerel... Skubian! I spell am well.. Heheheheh

    Patsy

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  10. Anonymous6/29/2013

    Why hav a blog wen d only commenters r blog owners...#smh

    @Dressed

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    1. To be honest it doesn't matter to me who the commenters are. But you can join them you know :). Thank you for stopping by my blog.

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  11. Dressed, I love your blog! Love the way you did the fish. Nice.

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  12. chinekemeeee......i'm jx drooling right here.i almost licked my PC screen.
    chai!

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  13. Anonymous6/29/2013

    Hehehehehe, @patsy. i knw say u b edo geh. Na only us knw titus as scubia. Nice meal anty eya. Abeg i need volunteers fr correct traditional soups. Owo, starch, banga etc etc. Bless u. Mrs O

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  14. this is wonderful.tnx u so much for d meal

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    1. Anonymous6/29/2013

      Lolx....ur response is like dat of someone who ate d meal..all Ʊ did was look @ pix.."Need I remind you"

      BeBe

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  15. this is wonderful.tnx u so much for d meal

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  16. Anonymous6/29/2013

    Splendid!

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  17. Shayor!6/30/2013

    For ow long did u grill d fish on d pan? Did u add extra oil? Thanks.

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    3. 5mins each on both side is ok for an average sized fish like mine, with larger cuts of fish you will need to cook just a little longer. You do not need to oil your pan, but if you must, just a smear is ok just make sure your pan is very hot before placing the fish on it.

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  18. Totally love this! The presentation, crunchness of vegetables superb! Also love the fact that you sliced your fish horinzonally not vertically as most of us do. Thumbs up

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    1. Thank you very much for the feed back, :).

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  19. I simply love veggie noodles. great post. Thanks for this.

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