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Nigerian Kids Noodles

2011-11-22

This is a simple and yet easy to make item for your kids at home and they are going to love this. Check out the recipe below and enjoy :)

Ingredients:

  • 1 pack of  Straight Long Noodles
  • 1 very small Green Pepper
  • 1 very small Carrot
  • Small chunks of beef or chicken
  • 3 table spoons of Olive / Vegetable Oil
Method:
  1. Wash and cut the green pepper and carrot into small pieces.
  2. Wash and cook the chunks of beef or chicken till done.
  3. Before opening the pack of noodles, break up the noodles in pieces.
  4. Put the noodle pieces in the pot containing the cooked beef and add the spice that comes with the noodle.
  5. Pour water to the same level as the contents of the pot.
  6. Cover the pot and set to cook at medium heat.
  7. When the contents start boiling, add the diced carrots and green pepper.
  8. Add the Olive / vegetable oil.
  9. Cover and leave to continue cooking till the water is almost dry. Do not allow all the water to dry up because this causes the noodle to become too dry when it has cooled down.

Some kids do not like the taste of green pepper, this can be taken off the ingredients list. The aim of kids recipes is to cook something that your kids will like.

 

Enjoy

 

Recipe Inspired from AllNigerianRecipes

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Recipe Comments

  1. posted by PoohBearPenguin on Feb 5, 2013

    I have family from there and I was just curious about what it looks like and if it’s anything like America.What are the people like and what do they do for fun as opposed to Americans?What’s the government like?What are the school systems like?What kinds of foods do they eat?I don’t know which part they’re from, all I know is it’s Nigeria.Tell me anything you know no matter how random.I’m just curious.Thanks! (:
    I don’t personally know these family members, all I know is that they are from there.

  2. posted by Splash Log Level 2 Again on Feb 12, 2013

    Has anybody got a recipe for a really moist carrot cake to make with a 10 inch round tin…I have searched and searched and am not sure if the logical maths route would work, especially with the cooking time.

  3. posted by encyclopath on Mar 16, 2013

    I had some green peppers from a Japanese Restaurant that were roasted with olive oil and sprinkled with Bonito Flakes that were really delicious. It is a light green pepper a little larger than a Jalapeno but with thinner outer skin and not very spicy but with good flavor.. It was served as an accompaniment to Sushi and Baked scallops. Thanks for any info.

  4. posted by easton j on Mar 18, 2013

    How many different types of combinations can you make with Pepperoni, Onions, Green Peppers or Tomatoes? You don’t have to use all at once but you have to at least use 1. Thanks!

  5. posted by Motordom on Mar 18, 2013

    I like eating carrots but I recently bought a gallon of carrot juice because I need a lot of vitamin A. But it makes me cringe. I do not like it at all. I could even say it’s disgusting. How do you make it taste better? Is there anything you can add?

  6. posted by Kobe on Mar 21, 2013

    im wanting to put a green pepper into a tomato pasta sauce tonight but ive always been told that they are too bitter. any way to sweeten them?

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