Curry Noodles: Quick Weeknight Dinner
Servings Prep Time
4people 10minutes
Cook Time
15 minutes
Servings Prep Time
4people 10minutes
Cook Time
15 minutes
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Boil noodles as per the instruction of the packet and set aside
  2. Roughly chop mushrooms. Ideally, they say to cook mushrooms the best you should not wash them. But somehow in India, I am not comfortable doing that. So wash and completely dry before using. Also, slice onions & baby corn in thick slices.
  3. Heat oil in a pan and add garlic to the same. Let it brown and next add the onions. Once the onions are soft (we don’t want to cook them too much or brown them) add baby corn and cook on high flame till it starts browning.
  4. It’s now time to add mushrooms. Ideally, mushrooms should be cooked separately in a wide pot with sufficient distance between them to breathe but it was a working day and everyone was busy so we just threw them in along with the onions and baby corn. Cook till the mushrooms are done
  5. Add in the red curry paste. If you don’t have red curry paste, don’t worry any chilli paste or hot sauce works either. You might have to adjust the quantity depending on just how spicy it is. Add in the coconut milk too and bring everything to a boil. If you like your curry noodles really saucy, increase the coconut milk and curry paste here. Actually you can use any vegetables you have handy. Like always, I think recipes should be like canvases and we all should paint our mind in them
  6. Bring the coconut milk to a boil, add salt. Check the curry here before you do so because the paste/sauce you added will have sauce too. And I am assuming you have boiled your noodles with salt anyways. Because, in my opinion, is one of the most important steps in making noodles. Boil them in salted water, really salted water actually. Water that tastes like the sea and see your noodles really shining in the final dish.
  7. Now add the boiled and drained noodles to the sauce, stir gently to mix. Switch off the gas, garnish with spring onions if you have. We didn’t have and didn’t bother much too. Relish with a nice conversation at the dining table. Because even if we are all working from home, the meals together could act as that bonus family time