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Chicken Noodles Pancake Recipe / Maggi Noodles Recipe / Chicken Pancake recipe


Thought of preparing Maggi – but when there are too many myths revolving around Maggi, few of the people ask me, why do you prepare Maggi, but just like that I ask them Don’t you use Maggi! Personally, I have experienced in my neighborhood grocery shop when I see Maggi getting filled in the racks will be over in few hours and again they fill it, this keeps on going. Maggi is most of the people’s all-time favorite where there is no age restriction right from the toddles till the elders.

Balanced diet is one which provides all the nutrients in required amounts and proper proportions. I have seen people excluding carbohydrates and fats in their daily diet instead to stay fit. But how many of them knew that balanced diet is the combination of all these. And so, no food is healthy or unhealthy – even if you proceed eating only the so claimed healthy food, how will get the balanced diet and certainly it would lead you to health disorder. You can have everything but the main thing here is the right quantity, you need to have the right quantity of food at regular intervals since “Too much of anything is good for nothing”

The total fat (visible invisible) in the diet should provide between 20-30% of total calories. The visible fat intake in the diets can go up to 50kg/person/day based on the level of physical activity and physiological status. So, include everything in your diet but in proper proportion.

Chicken Noodles Pancake / Noodles Pancake recipe / Maggi Noodles Recipe

Coming to noodles, Maggi noodles balances the diet because of the protein, carbohydrates and fat content in it. When compared to vegetable cheese sandwich, veg biryani, dosa, Maggi has lesser amount of fat content in it.

Also, to maintain the quality, Maggi undergoes different stages before packing, like steaming, baking and then fried for few seconds.

Now let me share a quick, easy and a simple pancake recipe with Maggi noodles, that goes out well for breakfast or a tea-time snack for kids, after school.


  • Maggi noodles with masala – 1 packet
  • Whole wheat flour – 1 cup
  • Shredded chicken – ½ cup
  • Black pepper powder – ½ tsp
  • Eggs – 2 nos
  • Baking powder – ½ tsp
  • Butter – 3 tbsp
  • Milk – ½ cup
  • Salt – ¾ tsp or to taste


  • Toast the shredded chicken in oil with black pepper powder and salt, cook until the chicken is perfectly done.
  • Remove it to a tissue to drain the excess oil.
  • Break the eggs, add salt and beat it well.
  • Boil the Maggi noodles in a cup of water, drain the water and remove it from fire.
  • Take a mixing bowl, add wheat flour, baking soda, a tbsp of butter and mix it well.
  • Pour milk to the bowl, mix it well and make sure no lumps are formed.
  • Add the Maggi noodles, mix it well, make sure it has reached the pancake consistency, if not add little water drained after boiling the Maggi and mix it well.
  • Add the Maggi masala to it and mix well.
  • Heat a tsp of butter in a tawa, pour a spoonful of batter, drizzle little butter, and cook on both sides.
  • Remove it from fire, once it turns golden brown on both sides.

Serve hot with a tbsp of butter.



Noodles Sprouts Sundal – with Sunfeast Yippee Vegetable Atta Noodles / Indian Noodles recipe / Sundal Recipes


Got Sunfeast Yippee Vegetable Atta Noodles for review from ITC 3 days back, as now it’s Navratri, thought of preparing a dish that would be more suitable for Navratri. You can also check out my other Yippee Noodles recipe, like Noodles Pancake and Noodles Pizza.

Already I have prepared Sprouts Sundal / Tempered Sprouts for last year’s Navratri, but kids had very little. So was worried to make them eat sprouts as they are very healthy, also which would be easy for breakfast during school days. But now when I got to see the noodles, thought why not to make a sprout noodles which would be consumed happily by kids and when it comes as sundal, also it would be the best and perfect for Navratri.

CLICK HERE for more Navratri / Navartri recipes.

It took just 20 mins for me to prepare, as I had sprouts at home. Prepared it just like a trial but with too much of confidence, the result was it was over in minutes. My son who hates sprouts, loved it to the core and wanted me to prepare often. Moreover in Yippee Noodles, the noodles itself is flavored with vegetables and so now you have vegetables and sprouts in this Sundal. Now who can say that Noodles is a Junk Food, when it turned out to a healthy food? Start preparing it, enjoy your festival and vacation together as Kitchen Star with your kids, family and friends.

Also I would say, if you have an air-fryer, you can make it healthier as “ZERO OIL” dish. Unlucky me, don’t have air fryer at home, as my hubby liked this Noodles Sprouts Sundal to the core, I think he could hear my MIND VOICE.

Noodles Sprouts Sundal with Sunfeast Yippe Vegetable Atta Noodles

Noodles Sprouts Sundal with Sunfeast Yippe Vegetable Atta Noodles

A simple, easy, healthy, super-fast and healthy dish which suits perfect for this festive season (NAVRATRI). Let me share the recipe…



  • I have used home-made sprouts with the mixture of Black lentil / Karuppu Ulundu/ Black Urad dal, Chickpeas / Kondakadalai / Channa, Green lentil / Paasipayaru / Mung Bean. CLICK HERE to know how to prepare Sprouts easily at home.
  • Boil the noodles in 2 cups of water, drain the water completely, spread it in a plate and leave it for 5 mins.
  • Heat oil in a kadai, make sure the noodles are completely dried, gently drop the noodles to the oil, and deep fry them until they become crispy, it takes 2 to 3 mins.
  • Once fried, drain the oil and remove the noodles to plate, wait until it comes to room temperature.
  • Meanwhile, heat a tsp of oil in a kadai/pan, add the mustard seeds, split black gram and curry leaves and wait until they crackle.
  • Add the sprouts and ¾ portion of the SUNFEAST YIPPEE VEGETABLE ATTA Noodles masala, cook for a min.
  • Crush the fried noodles to pieces and add them to the sprouts, followed by the leftover Noodles masala along with salt. Mix it well.
  • Remove from fire and transfer it to a plate.

Serve hot. Not only kids but this would be hit among everyone.

Note: Noodles remains crispy only for 3 to 4 hrs, as we mix them with sprouts. If needed you can fry the noodles, bring them to room temperature and store it in an air-tight container, so that it stays fresh for few days and later when you need you can prepare them with sprouts, all it takes just 5 mins.




Yippee Noodles – Bloggers meet with ITC Food Products


As I have shared you my wonderful experience (Bloggers meet with ITC Food Products) about the Bloggers meet @ ITCGardenia, Bangalore hosted by QualityITCFoods, and here are few more information to be shared by me – “NOT SOMETHING BUT EVERYTHING ABOUT YIPPEE NOODLES” and few details about their other brands.

  • Ghee – they have their own cattle development center with pre-hybrid program. They collect about 72,000 liters of milk every day.
  • Aashrivaad – Aashrivaad Atta was launched in 2002, and been the India’s No.1 branded Atta, their market shares grows with this brand.
  • Sunfeast – they have been ranked as 3rd in market share in India among Biscuits and has 11% share in ITC.
  • Bingo being launched in 2007, which includes different flavors of Potato chips and the most popular among them is Bingo-MadAngles.
  • Kitchens of India: They offer authentic Indian dishes, created by the Master Chefs of ITC Hotels, of ready-to-eat dishes, prepared in minutes (open the pack, heat and serve it on my table).
  • B Natural – Their fruit-based juices and beverages which was launched in 2015, It was too good with delicious, thick and taste of fruit. No word for their Jamun Joy, I and my hubby loved it to the core, which was one among the compliment in goodies list at their Bloggers Meet.
  • Yippee – Ms. Kavitha Chaturvedi, the Head of Marketing was the one behind the YIPPEE Noodles, for almost 13 yrs. and she shared us about the back story of yippee noodles (2007 to 2010).
    • YIPPEE Noodles was launched around 2010.
    • Innovation: When compared with all the noodles, YIPPEE noodles is completely innovative in their shape. They are round blocks while others are in square.
    • Reason Behind why it’s been round in shape: Usually most of us, break the noodles block when we are about to cook because it need to fit the vessel, but here the block is never broken because of its round shape as it fits the vessel.
    • Texture: It’s non sticky and non-breakable even after stirring it heavily. But they have tried almost with 1300 blocks to attain this texture.
    • Masala: Almost most of us substitute veggies, meat or egg to make the noodles healthier, but with yippee noodles they have induced vegetables and other spices in the form of masalas. So it’s needs just 2 mins to get ready.
    • Masala varieties: They tired 15 different masalas, then got shortlisted to 6 and later to 2 masalas based on the customers review. They are CLASSIC Masala and MAGIC Masala.
    • They have undergone too many test with their own 395 scientists in their own research center in peenya which is the largest research center of India and got approved over market.

Also we had a section, YOU ASK WE ANSWER it was awesome as Ms. Kavitha and Mr. Rajesh V.L, C.E.O of ITC foods answered all questions asked by our fellow bloggers in patience. Not only for us but they ready to answer everyone, do check out this link to get more details about YIPPEE Noodles: http://www.sunfeastyippee.com/yippee-safe.aspx. Also an audio visual about the making of YIPPEE noodles was played during the session, do check out this link for the visual treat:  http://www.sunfeastyippee.com/VideoGallery.aspx.

Thanks a lot to ITC Foods products, ITC Gardenia and Gopika kaul for giving the great opportunity.

Also if want to make any innovative food with YIPPEE Noodles, do check out my VEGETABLE NOODLES PANCAKE and Pizza Noodles, hope not only kids everyone will love it for breakfast or as a snack (when kids are home).

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