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Easy Steps To Make Go-To Indomie Dinner

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Easy Steps To Make Go-To Indomie Dinner

Easy Steps To Make Go-To Indomie Dinner

Easy Steps To Make Go-To Indomie: If you’re looking for a simple, go-to dinner, maybe something that wouldn’t stress you out a bit, then you can opt for this Indomie dinner. Apart from being really easy to prepare, it still retains that classy edge while being as healthy as can be. This is one recipe you can share with your friends, especially on that cheat day – the one where you don’t just feel like being flamboyant in the kitchen. We understand, we can’t all be super women, every day, but hey, who says you can’t still make something super?

So, let’s get right into it!

For this meal, we would be needing some ingredients, which we can assure you are very easy to get. You most definitely have them in your kitchen.


1. Indomie noodles (or any noodles of your choice)
2. Onions (freshly sliced)
3. Carrots (freshly sliced)
4. Tomatoes (freshly sliced)
5. Plantains (freshly sliced)
6. Indomie
7. Tomato paste
8. Groundnut oil
9. Sweet corn
10. Noodles seasoning
11. Grounded Bell peppers
12. Sliced Green peas
13. Water.

Prep Time: 30 minutes (or less)
Cook Time: 10 minutes (or less)


Start your cooking with the plantains. By this time, you must’ve already sliced them nicely. Begin frying, till they’re golden brown. If you prefer them darker, then by all means, go ahead, but it’s best to just let them fry for a bit, not too much, or they’ll taste burnt. When you’re done with the plantains, place them in a neat plate and start with the noodles.

Drizzle some oil in a pan and add your sliced onions, sliced tomatoes and tomato paste till they’re nicely fried. Then, add your carrots and some water. Add your noodles seasoning and stir it up. Cover the pan and let it simmer for a little while. The noodles go in next. Cook for about two minutes before adding your bell pepper and sliced green peas. Mix everything one more time and cook till it’s nice and tender. Your Indomie is ready to be served and eaten along with boiled eggs or better still your fried plantains.


Always make sure that your ingredients are carefully selected and ready before you start cooking. A lot of times, people just throw in their ingredients as they cook. This may be a comfortable method, but it can have an adverse effect on the food. Timing is key when cooking and if you let your food stay a minute longer than required all because you’re blending your pepper, it can go soft and nobody likes a soggy meal.

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