All of us have those midnight cravings that get the better of us at some point, forcing us to reach out for unhealthy snacks that leads to binge-eating. However, reaching out for “junk food” like noodles may not be a bad idea if one can toss them up in a healthy way. Recording his experience of one such midnight craving in an Instagram video is chef Ranveer Brar.
The well-known chef did his own spin on noodles, which he termed ‘Nudles’ and gave us what looked like a lip-smacking dish.
Ranveer Brar’s unique take on noodles is worth trying. (Source: Ranveer Brar/Instagram;designed by Gargi Singh)Ingredients
Available vegetables, chopped
Black pepper powder
*In a pan, heat oil, put garlic cloves, curry leaves, onions, and saute.
*Fry the veggies, including beetroot, capsicum and carrot. Season the water nicely, in the form of a broth. Add turmeric, coconut milk, coriander powder and salt. Add fresh coriander and black pepper powder.
*Take another pan. Add butter and fry the noodles till they’re crispy. Top it with veggies, followed by some coriander.
Here’s what he had to say.
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Midnight snacking, but ishtyle se 😋😎 What's your favourite late-nite snack? (Sorry for not being too audibly audible, was trying not to wake anyone up! 🤫) . . . . #cookingisfun #midnightsnack #latenighteats #whatscooking #whatsinyourfridge #leftovers #noodles #ranveerbrar
One should not see noodles as the enemy but something that can be made healthy with some fresh ingredients, Brar recommended. He remarked that one should not shy away from cooking in the middle of the night and experimenting.