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Fried noodles in spicy sauce
Published On: 14 Aug 2002
telugu: Nirulli / Ullipayalu / Yerra Gaddalu
kannada: Ulligadde / Erulli / Neeruli
hindi: Pyaz / Dungri / Kanda
Bengali: Pyajj / Piyaz
Gujarati: Dungri / Kanda
Konkani: Sawalo / Piyavu
for more details, click the name of the ingredient
telugu: Tametokai / Ramamulaga (Pandu/Kaya)
kannada: Tomaato Hannu
Oriya: Bilati Baigana
English: Spring Onion
tamil: Pallari Vengayam
malayalam: Ulli Thal / Ulli Chedi
telugu: Ulli Paraka
kannada: Erulli Kaavu
hindi: Hari Pyaaz
Konkani: Piyava Dento
Marathi: Kandaa Path
Bengali: Laban / Noone
Heat oil in a pan.
Add the cut onions and fry them until they are brown.
Then, add the tomatoes followed by bell pepper, spring onions and the sauces.
Let it simmer for about 20 minutes.
To this, add about 1 tsp of salt.
Deep fry the macaroni or you can cook them with enough water and salt and drain them.
Finally, mix together the macaroni with the sauce.
please those comments by sameera. this dish is excellent. if sameera thinks she knows about chinese choupsey more why don t she put up a dish recipe for us. i know she cant she those type who only like to comment.
Once again the Chinese dont eat Macaroni... and probably never will, why would you call this Chinese Chopsuey??? Someone please write the correct recipe for this because i truly love Chinese chopsuey not this italian indian chinese hotch potch...
WASTED MY TIME GOING THRU THE RECEIPIE. THIS IS NOT A CHOPSUEY!
if you change name people will be happy
if you change name of the recipe people will be happy
this person does not even know or rather has probably never eaten chinese chopsuey. Dont make a fool of yourself by contributing such ridiculous recipes with popular names. For Gods sake.
Gosh! This person does not even know or rather has probably never eaten chinese chopsuey in her life. Please dont make a fool of yourself by contributing such ridiculous recipes. For God`s sake!
this is not chinese chop suey.... where`s the veggies and meat???
I must say u r an excelent cook.This recipe was gr8 my family enjoyed it throughly. Keep it up.Looking forward for more recipes.
this is not chinese chopsuey!
I tried this receipe and it was really tasty
And Sameera why are you judging others
did you try the dish
if it is not please try it and
then write the comments
It sounds DELECIOUS!!!!!!
It was really tasty
Its horrible recipe.
U r right Sameea.This recipe really taste bad.
Hey Sameera stop judging ppl and if u think u r better give us another recipe and lets c for ourselves
waiting for ur chinese recipe
Hye Sameera Strandberg,
I will b waiting for a good recipe from u for Chinese Chopsuey.
Terrible recipe for Chinese Chop Suey! Does this Sonali even know what it should actually be like? It`s some version of her own perhaps?
Not the real Chinese..... am glad am never gonna try it!!
it was very tasty..
Sounds Delicious! Got to try it! Thanks..…
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