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Recipe for Mauritian Fried Noodles

Updated on October 26, 2011

Introduction

This is one of my favourite local (Mauritian)  dishes. Strangely enough, every time I cook it for someone, they always ask me for the recipe. I never cook with recipes. Recently, I cooked this for my parents-in-law and they asked me for the recipe. So I decided to put it on hub pages, then the recipe will be available for everyone.

Please note that this dish is very versatile and you can use more of the incredients you like and less of the ones you do not like. Hence, quantities stated are only meant to be a starting guideline and later you can adjust them to taste.

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INGREDIENTS

Ingredients [All quantities are approximate]

Egg Noodles for 4 (200 g)

300-400g of chicken breast filets(Replace with 300 g of Tofu cut in strips if you are Vegetarian)

2 big handful raw cashew nuts

4 small carrots (4-6 inches long)

8 mushrooms

1 can of sweet corn (150 g)

2 medium sized onions

3 garlic cloves

A piece of ginger (1 inch in length)

Freshly ground cumin seeds to marinate the chicken (or powdered cumin)

Lots of dark soya sauce to marinate everything!

Ground pepper

3 eggs

Fresh coriander leaves (cilantro)

Ingredients required
Ingredients required | Source
The mix being cooked in a wok
The mix being cooked in a wok | Source

Cut chicken in small pieces

Marinate with cumin and soya sauce

Wash and drain corn and put in a large bowl and add soya sauce

Peel carrots and cut in thin strips and add to bowl and add soya sauce

Slice mushrooms and add to bowl and add soya sauce

In a separate dish add soya to the cashew nuts

Chop onions, garlic and ginger

Beat eggs, add some coriander leaves, salt and pepper and make an omelette but without milk. This can be done at any time.

In a wok fry onion, garlic and ginger until onion is brown, then add chicken with all the sauce, this should be moist so if it looks dry add more soya sauce.

When chicken is sealed add the rest of the vegetables and then the cashew nuts. Cook until everything is well cooked. No need to add salt as soya sauce is very salty.

While the mix is cooking, cook the noodles as per instructions on packet. It is better to undercook than overcook at this stage!

Drain and leave in the sieve with a drop of oil added so noodles do not stick.

Take the omelette and roll it and cut it in thin strips.

Take some noodles, put in a mixing bowl , add chicken vegetable mix, some cashew nuts and mix well and add some soya sauce. Transfer to a large oiled non-stick saucepan. Then sprinkle some of the omelette strips and coriander leaves.

Repeat with some more noddles (3-4 times) until all the incredients are used up.

Put a hole in the middle and leave on low heat for 15 minutes or until hot.

Serve with a good bottle of white wine, preferably Chablis or Sancere!

BON APPETIT!

PS : SINCE I WROTE THIS HUB I HAVE BECOME VEGETARIAN AND HAVE TRIED THIS SAME RECIPE BY REPLACING THE CHICKEN WITH TOFU AND IT WAS STILL AS YUMMY!

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    • Chaya Parmessur profile imageAUTHOR

      Chaya Parmessur 

      6 years ago from FRANCE

      Hi Suziecat7! Hope you like it ...you can actually change the chicken for small pieces of meat or even use seafood! Let me know how you go.

    • suziecat7 profile image

      suziecat7 

      6 years ago from Asheville, NC

      This sounds wonderful. I'm going to try it soon. Never really know what to do with chicken these days. So thanks.

    • Chaya Parmessur profile imageAUTHOR

      Chaya Parmessur 

      7 years ago from FRANCE

      Hi Rosemay50, I am glad you enjoyed this recipee!

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      Rosemary Sadler 

      7 years ago from Hawkes Bay - NewZealand

      A great recipe and really tasty

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      Food Lover 

      7 years ago

      Tried this and it was great. Thanks!

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