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Cooking Spagetti with salsa

Spagetti is favorite for everyone especially kids, love to scoop these soft noodles into their mouth. If kids say I am not hungry just make this yummy spagetti and put them on the table, they will run and come to you and finsh the bowl in no time. Spagettin is one wonderful food, that we can make many variations with. I love the way my mother makes, she grinds the tomato, green chili together and adds to the fried noodles by seasoning with salt and pepper. I used to have it very often. The taste of noodles/spagetti changes a lot by the addition of tomato juice, this inspired me to make spagetti with salsa. Now, coming to the recipe



Ingredients:
Spagetti/ Noodles-150 grms (dry weight)
Vegetables (you can prefer any one that you like, here I list the one I took)
Potato chopped in to long pieces-1/4 cup
Onion chopped-1/4 cup
Spring onions chopped-1/2bunch(5 springs)
Capsicum chopped-1/2cup
Pepper powder-1/2ts
soy sauce-2ts
Carrot-1 chopped
cilantro- chop nearly 10 springs
Salt to taste
Salsa(Mild)- 4tbsp
Green chili/ peppers-1 large
vegetable oil-3ts
shredded cheese-1ts (optional)

Directions:
  • Take a pan and fill 1/2 a volume of it with water and bring them to boil, add little vegetable oil and very little salt and cook noodles.
  • Turn off the stove when the noodles are done cooking, and transfer the noodles to the bowl containing Cold water and keep them aside.
  • Now take a skillet and heat 2 ts of vegetable oil, add all vegetables mix and close the lid.
  • Saute them in regular intervals under medium flame.
  • When all vegetables are cooked add noodles and mix well.
  • Add soy sauce, salsa, salt and pepper to taste and mix well..
  • Finally add cilantro and turn off the stove, sprinkle some cheese on top and serve hot with cheese/ lemon juice.

Comments

  1. Omg, ur clicks makes me hungry..

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  2. Spagetti with salsa looks delicious...nice to make some variations for a change..

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  3. very nice fusion recipe!

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  4. Loved it. Pic is superb
    http://lavanyasrecipes.blogspot.com/

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  5. Nice idea of adding the salsa, spagetti looks delicious..

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  6. Very yummy and delicious one !!!!

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  7. Looks yum n colourful ...

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  8. Nice recipe.. Lovelyion combinat

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  9. Lovely picture. Dish looks yum!

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  10. Wow delicious..can just imagine the taste..yummy.
    maha

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  11. Love pasta in any form :D Looks delicious!!


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  12. so tempting preperation,......awesome

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  13. woow yumm... looking deliciousss...:)

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  14. Thnak you all for the lovely comments, really these noodles not only look wonderful but also taste delicious!

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