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Homemade Wheat Noodles

Written By Angela Steffi on Saturday, January 18, 2020 | 9:23:00 AM

Noodles is always our favorite recipe but we are all scared to use the ready made noodles from the shops because of added preservatives and other harmful ingredients, this is a healthy homemade version of wheat noodles made without any sauces.

              Please click here to watch Wheat Noodles Recipe in Tamil -Madras Samayal

Serves          : 3
Prep Time   : 20 min
Cook Time  : 20 min

Quantity Ingredients for making Wheat Noodles 

For the dough
1 cup Wheat flour(130 g)
1/2 tsp Salt
2 tbsp Oil
1-5 tbsp Water or as required

For making Noodles
2 tbsp Oil
1 cloves Garlic
2 Carrot
1 cup Cabbage
1 tsp Garam masala
1 tsp Chili powder
1/8 tsp Pepper powder
1 tsp Lemon juice

required Salt

Cooking Method

Step 1) Into a mixing bowl add wheat flour, salt, oil and mix it well, then gradually add water and knead it into a tight stiff dough. Cover and let it rest for 1 hr.

Step 2) Dust the work area with flour and stuff the murukku maker with the dough and press it. It will be a little hard to press but dont give up, press it hard and sprinkle flour to the pressed noodles to prevent sticking.

Step 3) Boil water in a sauce pan and add some salt. Add the noodles and cook on high for 5 minutes. Drain and keep it aside.

Step 4) Heat oil in a pan and add chopped garlic, give it a stir and add sliced onion, then the veggies - carrot, capsicum and cabbage.Cook for a minute.

Step 5) Now to this add garam masala, chili powder, salt pepper and mix well. Finally add the cooked noodles from step 3 and turn off the heat. Now add some lemon juice and mix well.

Our delicious homemade wheat noodles / Godumai noodles is all ready to be enjoyed.  


About Angela Steffi

I am an avid food blogger with a great passion for food. I am always eager to try new recipes and modify recipes and experiment with them. I have two cooking channels on Youtube CLASSIC MASALA HUT (for english recipes) and MADRAS SAMAYAL (for Tamil recipes).


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