Indomiellete is very easy to make and the taste is so yummy. If you are sharing a plate, you would see yourself struggling to get the last bite of the meal because it will be finished in no time.
Who knew that eggs, indomie and vegetables were the perfect combination. Obviously, not me.
I have been eating my indomie the same way since I can remember. It is either I boil it or I fry it.
My sister got so fed up of me bragging about how I am the go to person to cook indomie for my parents, that she introduced me to indomiellete.
After my first bite of her noodles, I’ve been in love since.
- 1 super pack indomie ( equivalent to 2 normal sized indomie)
- 2- 3 eggs
- Any available garnishing you have- fresh peppers, onions, carrot, green peppers, minced chicken, fish, etc.
DIRECTIONS TO PREPARE
- Prepare your garnishing. Slice your onions, peppers, etc.
- Place your indomie in a pot of boiling water.
Boil it for 5 minutes to soften the indomie but not to cook. If it cooks, the indomie will be soggy when it is mixed with egg.
- Drain the water from the indomie.
Break your eggs into a plate and whisk till fluffy.
If you whisk the egg well, 2 eggs would be enough for 1 superpack indomie. If the eggs are not whisked well, you would have to use 3 eggs.
- Season your eggs with salt, pepper, onions and indomie spice.
- Add your indomie and garnishing (sliced green peppers, diced carrot, minced chicken, etc) to the seasoned eggs.
- Mix everything together.
- Fry on a well oiled pan under medium heat.
- Flip your indomiellete after 5 minutes to let the topside cook.
- After 5 minutes, turn off your heat.
Food is ready to be served!
I hope you try it out and let me know in the comments if you liked it!