July 26, 2011

Indomie (Recipe #2)

 Curried indomie with Sauteed gizzard and Shrimps

For the rest of the week, well until Friday I will do one post a day on Indomie noodles. I believe indomie is one of the most widely consumed food in Nigeria with no class discrimination whatsoever. my hope is to create some recipes( I use that world lightly.lol) using indomie


Ingredient
1 pack indomie noodles ( whatever flavor you prefer)
3-4 raw gizzard (cleaned)
3-4 raw shrimps (cleaned and divined)
Half small onion (thinly sliced)
Some chilli
1tsp tomato puree (optional)
1T curry
Salt and black pepper to taste
1Tspn oil of choice

Direction
  • Combine the gizzard, some salt and pepper in a small pot. Add some water and set to boil over medium heat for 15-20mins
  • In the mean time, add some salt, some curry and pepper to the shrimp. set aside
  • Place a medium size pot over medium heat, once the pot is hot enough add in the oil and the onions. stir. cook for about 2 mins. place the shrimp in the pot with the onions, cook on each side to 2 mins. Remove the shrimps and set aside
  • Now add in the boiled Gizzard to the onions,stir in the chilli and puree. add about 1 Tspn of water.cover the pot and set to simmer for 4-5mins.
  • Add the cooked shrimp to the gizzard. combine
  • cook your indomie noodles as instructed on the packet, add in some curry.
Serve the noodles with your shrimp and gizzard. EnjOy!!

Click the picture below for the original recipe I created with indomie.

37 comments:

Pwettybambi said...

I hate Indomie but this looks tasty.#yum

Ms.Buki said...

You make even simple Indomie look tantalizing. Mmmmm!

The Relentless Builder said...

I didn't think there was any other way to cook/present indomie, but this is proof that where there is a will, there is a way :-) It looks delish!

I will be on the lookout for the other "remixes" of plain, old indomie!

Pretty Lashes said...

Yum! (well without the shrimp)
xxx

Tamunoibifiri Mobolaji-Kamson said...

Yummy.. Please don't tell me this is just Indomie...
You sure can cook.
www.secretlilies.blogspot.com

9jaFOODie said...

@Pwettybambi: how come? noodles in general or the indomie brand?

@Ms.Buki: Thanks much :D

@Relentless Builder: Thanks much. lol... I will try my best, I need to get creative

@Pretty lashes: you don't like shrimp? :(

@Ms Kamson: It is indomie o- Thanks much :D

Olori said...

This will be one of my fav weeks on ur blog then cos indomine is hands down one of the best foods in the world.....YES i stand behind my noodles lol and with the way Nigerians eats it ull think its a 9ja somethin....great job sisi

Olori said...

nd did i just say indomine....chai...excuse my grammar im hungry

e__victor said...

Looks fabulous.
I look forward to the various presentations/styles.

*no pressure*

Chic Therapy said...

shebi i cant substitute with Ramen?

N.I.L (Naijamum in London) said...

I dont like Indomie (too starchy) but this looks yum.
xoxoxo

Titi's Passion said...

I love indomie n this ur twist is awesome, looking fwd to the other creations:)

Adura Ojo (Naijalines) said...

It's funny that you've posted this cos Ore and I were just discussing indomie the other day after he'd badgered me to get a whole box of the stuff. He swears by it and refuses to eat any other kind of noodle. Your take on it is nice. Yum.

LE DYNAMIQUE PROFESSEUR said...

Now I think I need to double up on my Indomie cooking o... wait, abi na camera dey make these food be as if say I no sabi cook? haha

- LDP

thecolourcouture said...

looks yummy. Who would have thought the humble indomie can be made to look so good and tasty. I might give this a try. I only hope it looks half as nice as yours.

Ope Adebayo said...

Yum Yum!

9jaFOODie said...

@Olori- I agree with you jere, I am emotionally attached for real. lol.

@e_Victor: way to go mehn lol.. I'm feeling the pressure :(

@Chic- yope, you can use any noodles of your choice

@NIL..I remember you saying that, I am yet to find the brands your recommended.

@Ms Titi: Thank you much!

@Naijalines: yeiii.. I like your friend already.Indomie is awesome. They actually sell it in Asian stores, so no need to carry the pali from 9ja. lol

@LDP: I agree, let us blame it on the camera. lol

@Thecolourcouture: I am sure it will looks just as great if not better. Thanks for stopping by! come often

@Ope: thanks love :)

NikkiSho said...

gosh you make all foods look super delish...kai see indomie o..well done

9jaFOODie said...

Thanks love :)

MsJB said...

Definitely looking forward to this indomie journey. This looks so tasty!

enybees-hub said...

Now I will have to write out some of this recipe for Indomie cos I don't want it too conventional again ;)

Pwettybambi said...

Its only indomie o..I cannot stand it for some odd reason.

P.E.T. Projects said...

Indomie.... saving boys since 1992!

N.B. Why cant we comment on the new post? Yes the one right after this one? I know its about indomie too, babes check ur settings and reactivate the comment button ASAP!

9jaFOODie said...

MsJB: HAHAHAH
@Enybees-Hub: yeiiiii!!
@Pwettybambi: that is very interesting oo.
@P.E.T you know it! Boy n girl oo. lol
I deactivated comments cos it same, i will reactivate it :D

Adura Ojo (Naijalines) said...

@ 9jafoodie
They sell boxes of indomie here in the UK, lol. And Ore is my son:-)

9jaFOODie said...

hoo..my bad. apologies.
Lucky you, a box of Nigerian indomie here is $30. Made in Indonesia is $12.

Ibhade said...

..........now, that prawn is calling me.....yummyyyy :))

dayor said...

Woohoo! this looks so inviting, meLikey!

OK said...

looks good!

9jaFOODie said...

Thanks ladies :)

Mounah said...

Amazing...do you actually cook everything, well then can I come for visit? Lol, I'm even inviting myself.

9jaFOODie said...

Yes I do -- You are welcome to come visit my dear :)

mcauly said...

That prawn is soo tempting...and some of the others as well... Is it too late to submit entries? i need to send in my a green pepper, onion and mushrooms recipe from my sis... can't have enough of it...

I also need to find out how far away you are from me so I can come over for some of these your meals sha!

www.9jamom.com

9ja Mom said...

That prawn is soo tempting...and some of the others as well... Is it too late to submit entries? i need to send in my a green pepper, onion and mushrooms recipe from my sis... can't have enough of it...

I also need to find out how far away you are from me so I can come over for some of these your meals sha!

www.9jamom.com

9jaFOODie said...

@9ja-mum...lol.... I am not very far ooo :D. You can send in your recipe anytime.Thanks for stopping by!

Boma said...

This looks divine!! Heading back to school this week, all your indomie recipes will become my snack staples! lol

9jaFOODie said...

Yeiiii.. I am excited for you @Boma.