Here are my Indomie recipes, kids love it as well as adults
Indomie noodles have been able to capture the appetite of most Nigerians with series of good products and of course their often captivating commercials.

They have succeeded in adding their range of products to the menu of most Nigerian homes, ours included. Like I said on the introductory page, I never thought indomies were also for adults until I made and tasted a particular recipe.

I would go further to list different ways to prepare indomie in Nigeria, the three different recipes that I know about and why kids have come to love and appreciate the noodles.

I am writing about this page because I wanted to make a list of all known Nigerian breakfast recipes, from complex breakfast recipes to easy ones.

I told you that a combination of tea and bread is the most popular breakfast recipe in Nigeria, this noodle will either fall in third or fourth place.

Here is how to make indomie noodles in Nigerian and all the extra ingredients that I like to add, the extra ingredients tend to spice up the color of the indomie.

Personally I have to say that I like to eat lots of onions and other vegetables because of their nutritional values.

This noodles is packed with all the necessary ingredients that is needed for preparing it but I just like to add either all or some of the ingredients listed below.

Fresh tomatoes

Onions

Fresh pepper

Fluted pumpkin leaves

Eggs

vegetable oil

I use them as I like.

Note: there are several other noodle makers in Nigeria that have similar products like indomies, while many of them have gone extinct some a still very much around.

Here is my first and most popular indomie recipe, the way it serves best for breakfast.

I make this recipe with two sachets of (small indomies), two eggs, 1 big bulb of onions, 3 balls of fresh tomatoes and fresh pepper to taste.

The process is very simple.

Pieces the indomie in a bowl and pour hot water to it, allow for about five minutes for the noodles to get soft.

Set your frying pan on fire, add sliced tomatoes, onions, fresh pepper and fry for about five minutes also.

Sieve the indomie noodles (remove water) then add the follow-come ingredients while still in the bowl, at this point the noodles will be both soft and hot. I like to use one for two just to minimize the sweetness (that is using the ingredient from one sachet to prepare two sachets).

Break the two eggs into the same bowl containing the noodles and stir together, then transfer to the frying pan and finish up with the rest of the preparation process.
The frying pan contains the fried tomatoes onions and peppers, cook and stir for about five minutes and you just made one of my favorite Nigerian breakfast recipes, serve with cold soft drinks.

Below is the video for this recipe.

Here is another noodle recipe, this particular one is very popular in Lagos state where I live, I like this best in the morning or afternoon.

You just make the noodles following the instruction on the pack, then serve with fried eggs.

I like to add onions and fresh pepper. There is no special trick here, just break the indomies to bits and start cooking with a about a cup of water, sliced onions and fresh peppers.

The video below is a visible direction on how I make indomie noodles, the recipe above is loved by both kids and adults

Third Indomie Recipe

Indomie Recipe

This is the latest indomie recipe from the Nigerian kitchen, I kinda love this so much because of the use of sweet corn, carrot green beans and a few other vegetable. We have a professional video for this recipe. I would like to see your comment below, tell me what you think.

There are several other indomie recipes but this sure beat the rest to pulp, well that is just my opinions. You can tell me about what you think via the comment form below.

You will find help here on how to Fry Eggs in Nigeria – From Indomie Recipes

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Comments

  1. seunfunmi  September 26, 2013

    i would also love 2 prepare indomie wit green peas,carrot nd pumpkin leaf cos i hate eating it without ingredients. hmmmmm it looks delicious. keep it up.

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  2. esther  August 22, 2013

    I also like Indomie, is one of my favorite meal. But I prefer the one with extra ingredient such as carriot, green beans and swt corn. Hummm

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  3. Estelle Rica Cruz  August 19, 2013

    Wow….This is the bomb,tanx dear!

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  4. Tina  August 15, 2013

    The fluted pumpkin is left out, i want 2 make indomie how it looks in it pack wit all d vegetable in it, can i get clues. Pls… Tanx

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  5. maurinique  August 12, 2013

    Hmmmmmmmm i love dis, i love indomie dis sure will b great to give a try, job well done. Thanks

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  6. faith  August 5, 2013

    Hmm mm looks delicious. I will definitely try it. Thanks

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  7. The Nigerian Kitchen  August 5, 2013

    Rita, thanks and God bless you too

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  8. Rita  August 5, 2013

    Thanks for the wonderful recipe. You are very good at what you do and I really admire your courage and all. I have been reading your websites for the past seven months, also purchased the ’50 delicious Nigerian Recipes’ and have tried most of the recipes which always turn out to be delicious. You are the best, please keep up the good work and God bless you. #Rita#

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  9. The Nigerian Kitchen  August 5, 2013

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  10. Amara  August 5, 2013

    Thanks for the indomie Peace, I am definitely going to try it… Seems super delicious. I read somewhere about a product that contained over 50 delicious Nigerian recipes. Pls where do I find it again? Can I pay in Naira? I just want to learn so much about delicious Nigerian foods. Amara, Abuja Nigeria.

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  11. Cynthia  August 4, 2013

    I don’t ℓ°̩kƸ Indomie but I cook mine the way I cook Jollof rice. I believe this ♈ōϋя. Method will be nice too

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  12. Mia  July 21, 2013

    This is one of my favorite recipes. Thanks

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  13. Chumy  July 17, 2013

    This is yummy, can I get some?

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  14. Linus  July 15, 2013

    I don’t eat indomie, only my kids love them. Busy men go for stronger foods like eba or fufu.

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  15. mandy  July 15, 2013

    I like Indomie too… I think the one in the plate above seems quite delicious

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  16. The Nigerian Kitchen  July 13, 2013

    Thanks guys for your comments, Indomie is very popular here in Nigeria, both children and adults in Nigeria eat different recipes of Indomie. What you see above is one of the recipes in Nigeria. There are over ten different recipes that I know, there is even suya recipe… And several others, have a wonderful time

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  17. Anny  July 13, 2013

    I like indomie too, it is one of the most popular food in our home, although I think there better recipes

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  18. nma  June 25, 2013

    I like indomie, for me they are the best breakfast recipe in the world, I even eat raw indomies (just imagine), I have made and eaten at least one lorry of indomie noodles since I was born

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  19. kreg  June 25, 2013

    Indomie noodles? Looks great! I like the last plate above, looks delicious and well made. The recipe in the video is also very great, keep up the good work.

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  20. david  June 25, 2013

    Thank you for this indomie recipes, I eat a lot of indomie as a student in a Nigerian University and knowing about different recipes is very great

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