How to prepare indomie
If you are a fan of a quick and delicious meal, then this article is for you. Indomie is a popular Indonesian noodle dish that has become increasingly popular all over the world.
Indomie has become very popular in Ghana as several people are a fun of it. It can be purchased from vendors or can also be prepared at home and it takes not more than 5 minutes to complete.
This is a great meal for busy days when you don’t have a lot of time to prepare a full meal. In this article, we will show you how to prepare indomie at the comfort of your zone.
- 2 Packs of Indomie Noodles
- 2 glasses of water
- 1 small ball of Onions
- Egg(s) or Chicken
- Green beans and carrot (optional)
- Peel your onions, wash and chop them together with the carrot and green beans then set aside.
- If you’re using Chicken, wash them, boil and fry them. If Eggs, boil them and set aside.
- Chop the sausages into small cylindrical chunks and set aside separately.
- Pour 2 glasses of water into a clean pot and leave to simmer on medium flame.
- Add indomie spices in the Ramen packet and add mixed vegetables with chopped pepper and onions and allow to boil for 1 minute. Make sure the Pot is covered from the beginning.
- Now break the noodles and pour into the boiling water with all those ingredients already in.
- Distribute it evenly around the pot then cover. Leave to cook for 5 minutes while occasionally stirring it so the heat goes around.
- Just before it is done, add the Sausages (you want them semi cooked so they can retain a little grit).
- Once it’s cooked and the tenderness is to your liking, serve hot together with your Chicken.
Mixing the eggs
- After you are done cooking the indomie in the above steps, drain the water and don’t add your chicken or sausage yet.
- Now, pour a vegetable oil in a pan under medium heat.
- Pour the noodles into the hot oil, add all your spices and mixed veggies and stir occasionally so it doesn’t burn.
- Next, add your eggs (already whisked) into the frying Indomie.
- Stir-fry it all for 3 minutes and bring it down. Your indomie is ready to be served.
Is indomie healthy?
A vast majority of instant noodles are low in calories, but are also low in fibre and protein. They are also notorious for being high in fat, carbohydrates, and sodium. While you will be able to get some micronutrients from instant noodles, they lack important nutrients like vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin B12, and more.
How can you make indomie healthier?
To make instant noodles more healthful, you can also cook-up some protein of your choice. You can add an egg to the noodle soup or choose a hard-boiled egg (sliced in half), poached egg or even a fried egg. If egg is not your cup of tea, you can try adding in some sliced lean pork or beef.
Is it OK to eat indomie everyday?
In moderation, including instant noodles in your diet likely won’t come with any negative health effects. However, they are low in nutrients, so don’t use them as a staple in your diet. What’s more, frequent consumption is linked to poor diet quality and an increased risk of metabolic syndrome.
With a few simple steps, you can easily cook indomie in no time. This is a great meal for busy days when you don’t have a lot of time to prepare a full meal. Enjoy your indomie with your favorite toppings.