After years of eating Koka Noodles and trying it in a different way, I’m sharing the best Koka Noodles Recipe I tried a few days ago. Nothing is better than this when it comes to noodles. So stick out and share the recipe with your friends.
In this article, I’ll be sharing with you all the recipes of Koka Noodles with cheese and eggs.
What is Koka Noodle?
Koka is an instant noodles product, manufactured by Tat Hui Foods Pte Ltd- a company founded in Singapore in 1986.
They are sold within Singapore, and exported to markets across Asia, the United States, Europe, the Middle East, Oceania, and Africa.
Koka Noodles come in two categories, i.e. veg and non-veg Koka noodles both come as packets or cup noodles.
Both the noodles are available in a variety of flavors.
For non-veg, there are flavors like Chicken, Seafood, Beef, etc. likewise, and tomato, corn, mushroom, and vegetable flavor for Veg Koka Noodles.
Overall above chicken and vegetable flavours Koka Noodles are known by many people, especially in our country Bhutan.
Both give different good tastes in such a way that you don’t have to try other flavors.
Veg and Non-Veg Koka
Whether it be Veg or Non-Veg Koka the packaging style is the same, it consists of Noodles, seasoning powder (taste enhancer), and flavoring oil.
Like all other noodles, Koka noodles are also the same just their quantity is a little more than the usual packet of Maggi and Wai-Wai noodles.
Likewise, it’s taste enhancer which is in the soup base gives a strong tasty taste and it’s salty.
So, it doesn’t require extra salt while cooking the plan Koka noodles.
Whereas if you add more ingredients like vegetables while cooking then season with more salt if necessary.
Coming to its flavoring oil, its flavoring oil is a way spicer than other noodles’ flavoring oil.
So, my advice is don’t put whole flavoring oil into the soup if you are a non-spicy eater.
But if you are a spicy lover you can add whole flavoring oil plus add extra green chilli or chilli powder.
So today’s article is especially for those who are looking for easy authentic food recipes.
Koka Noodles Recipe Methods
Unlike some noodles, Koka can be eaten raw as well.
The Koka Noodles Recipe or the cooking methods depend upon one’s creativity. It can be eaten or cooked in so many ways such as:
- Shallow frying
- With any soup
And so many other ways, it has no limit.
And it goes with any ingredients. Think of any vegetables or non-veg, it goes well with Koka.
Just mix the Koka noodles with any ingredients and the taste will just get better and better.
Koka is every time go-to food when you have limited time, and feel dan lazy to cook but at the same time, your mind and stomach demand tasty and satisfying food.
Instant Koka Noodles Recipe (With Video)
“Nothing is better than this”, I must say. I’ll be sharing my experience of Koka Instant Noodles with this recipe.
Course: Side Dish
- 1 packet of Koka Noodles Seasoning and Flavour Enhancer (inside)
- ½ tomato
- ½ onion
- 2 spring onion medium
- 3 tbsp cooking oil
- 2 eggs
- Red chilli powder as per your taste
- 1½ cup water
- 1 slice cheese
- Dice the onion and tomato also chop spring onions.
- Heat the oil in a pot or saucepan or skillet.
- Once the oil is heated well, add diced tomatoes and onions.
- Sauté until light brown.
- Now add eggs and again fry for 3-4 mins.
- Add chopped spring onions and sauté for 1-2 mins.
- Add red chili powder and fry for 1-2 mins.
- Add 1 ½ cup water and bring it to the boil.
- Add soup base and flavoring oil.
- Break the noodles into four pieces and add to the boiling soup.
- Add cheese boil it for 2-3 mins and give a thorough mix.
- Season with fresh coriander but it’s optional.
- Serve it immediately, and make your belly full and delightful.
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