mallam indomie noodles recipe

stir fry noodles and baked salmon

 

how to cook indomie When has anyone said no to indomie noodles? If you want something really quick and easy to make, this meal is just right for you (that is if you love noodles and fish). it is like Jamie Oliver’s 15 minute meal only that this will take you about 30 minutes plus prepping.

I love salmon and I personally think salmon is best eaten with Jollof rice. I just love the way it melts in the mouth when cooked well. Let’s move on to my 30 minutes meal from my #active kitchen.

You will need

Salmon fillets

Mixed bell peppers

Seasoning

Pinch of salt

Noodles (pre cooked or raw)

Dried parsley (optional)

Mangetout substitute with green beans

2 -3 tablespoons of olive oil

2-3 cube of butter

Cayenne pepper (optional)

Onion

Garlic granules (optional)

Let’s crack on…  #prepping

Method

Set your oven to 180 degrees/ gas mark 4

Cut the bell peppers into tiny stripes and slice your onions. Take some of the stripped peppers and dice into tiny cubes. This will be used with the salmon. Set this aside

Now to the main meal…

The fish cooks between 20 and 25 minutes

In a mixing bowl, mix the diced peppers, butter, seasoning of choice, cayenne pepper (if needed), parsley, garlic and salt together. It will look a bit messy but it’s alright

Rub your mixture onto the salmon fillet and wrap in foil. Place in the oven and bake for 20 or 25 minutes

how to cook mallam indomieYou have 20 minutes to stir fry your noodles and you can also make yourself a cup of tea while you are at it

In a separate pot, boil noodles according to pack instructions or as you will prefer but for this meal you don’t want it to be too soft or it will look mushy.

Place your wok on the heat, add olive oil, and add the remaining bell peppers, onions, mangetout sauté for 5 minutes. (add some seasoning)

Drain the noodles and add it to the sautéed vegetable. Cook for another 5 minutes.

nigerian indomie recipe

Turn off the heat and plate up. Bring out your salmon from the oven, unwrap it from the foil and voila you are just 2 minutes away from eating. Serve your salmon with your cooked noodles and its all yum yum.

indomie noodles

 

Enjoy

stir fry noodles and baked salmon
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Recipe type: Nigerian/Asian recipe
 
For the love of indomie noodles
Ingredients
  • Salmon fillets
  • Mixed bell peppers
  • Seasoning
  • Pinch of salt
  • Noodles (pre cooked or raw)
  • Dried parsley (optional)
  • Mangetout substitute with green beans
  • 2 -3 tablespoons of olive oil
  • 2-3 cube of butter
  • Cayenne pepper (optional)
  • Onion
  • Garlic granules (optional)
Instructions
  1. Set your oven to 180 degrees/ gas mark 4
  2. Cut the bell peppers into tiny stripes and slice your onions. Take some of the stripped peppers and dice into tiny cubes. This will be used with the salmon. Set this aside
  3. Now to the main meal…
  4. The fish cooks between 20 and 25 minutes
  5. In a mixing bowl, mix the diced peppers, butter, seasoning of choice, cayenne pepper (if needed), parsley, garlic and salt together. It will look a bit messy but it’s alright
  6. Rub your mixture onto the salmon fillet and wrap in foil. Place in the oven and bake for 20 or 25 minutes
  7. You have 20 minutes to stir fry your noodles and you can also make yourself a cup of tea while you are at it
  8. In a separate pot, boil noodles according to pack instructions or as you will prefer but for this meal you don’t want it to be too soft or it will look mushy.
  9. lace your wok on the heat, add olive oil, and add the remaining bell peppers, onions, mangetout sauté for 5 minutes. (add some seasoning)
  10. Drain the noodles and add it to the sautéed vegetable. Cook for another 5 minutes.
  11. Turn off the heat and plate up. Bring out your salmon from the oven, unwrap it from the foil and voila you are just 2 minutes away from eating. Serve your salmon with your cooked noodles and its all yum yum.

xx

 

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  1. nice blog.

     
  2. I want! This is amazing

     
  3. This is lovely. I am definitely going to make for my people. Thank u so much for sharing this.

     

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