Wednesday, 25 July 2012

Noodles and Soya Rolls

Not raining at all here in Mumbai. And .... I am grumpy!!!!
Also its soooo hot!
Rains where have u gone?????

Just back from Lonavala and the climate there was just awesome. Nice light drizzle and fog. Lots yummy bhutta with it and I am a very happy girl. Yes, the change was very refreshing. Loved every moment of it. 

Oh! and not to forget , excellent company!!!

Since I was feeling quite rejuvenated, I decided to be a little creative. So here is something that is tasty and healthy. I have used wheat seviaya here but you can use our very own Maggie noodles. Yup, those are something that we usually stock up on.


4 tsp           Maida 
1 cup          Cold Milk
1 tsp           Butter
1 cup          Noodles or sevaiya 
1 cup          Soya Nuggets
1 tsp           Chilli Powder
1/2 tsp        Haldi Powder
3/4 tsp        Namak Shamak
1 tsp           Garam Masala Powder
1/2 cup       Coriander Leaves
1 cup          Bread Crumbs or rawa
Oil for frying


Boil 2 cups of water in a pan and add the noodles and simmer for two mins. Drain and keep aside.

To the same hot water add the soya nuggets and let them soak for 5 mins. Squeeze the water out and set them aside. Mash them or run them in the mixie till they are coarsely ground.

In a non stick pan, heat the butter. When melted, add the maida and roast for 3 mins. Now add the cold milk and keep mixing on low heat till the mixture starts to thicken. It should form a ball. Remove from heat and cool. 

Now add the salt, chilli powder, haldi powder, garam masala powder, soya nuggets, noodles or sevaiya and the coriander leaves to the maida mixture. Mix throughly.

Make rolls out of the mixture. You can keep these rolls in the fridge for 1/2 an hour so that they remain firm and become crispy when fried. Now roll them in bread crumbs or rawa and deep fry in hot oil on medium heat till crisp.

These can be served with chutney or tomato ketchup.

I have used yoghurt dip here.

For the yoghurt dip, just add a pinch of salt and a tsp of sugar to 1/2 cup hung curd and mix.

This is our entry for

Kids Delight - Warm foods to beat the rain


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