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Noodles Dosa

All who read my blogs know I love fusion cooking. So today I try to make Noodles Dosa. This is a fusion of South Indian and Chinese. I think kids will love it and you can add vegetables of your choice and make it healthy too. It is also a popular street food now a days. Create it in your home and enjoy this Indo Chinese fusion Noodles Dosa.

Preparation time :  20 minutes 
Cooking time :   15 minutes 
Serve : 4 

Ingredients : 
2  cup dosa batter
1 bowl  boiled noodles 
1 cup mixed vegetables 
1 onion finely chopped 
2 garlic clove finely chopped 
½ tsp ginger finely chopped
2 eggs scrambled 
1 tsp tomato garlic sauce 
6 to 8 curry leaves 
2 green chilly chopped 
1 tbsp  coconut oil / vegetable oil
salt and pepper to taste
Methods Of Cooking :
Heat oil in a pan. Now add curry leaves, garlic , onion and ginger . Fry a little then add chopped vegetable. Fry a little again. Add boiled noodles, tomato garlic sauce,green chilly (if using) salt and pepper. Saute well. Add scrambled egg. Mix well. Keep aside. Now keep the tawa on the gas stove , sprinkle little water rub with a paper towel then add little oil and pour a ladle of dosa and spread it, when you find that the dosa is done thin and crisp , then put the noodles filling in the middle and fold it gently, take it out in a plate. I served it with salad and gun powder. You can serve with tomato ketchup or tomato coconut chutney, peanut chutney or tangy green chutney. Enjoy Noodles Dosa.

Happy Cooking!


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