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Preparation Time : 5
Cook Time : 30
Total Time : 35
250 grams Rice noodles
100 gram mutton
2 tablespoons of butter/ 1 whole slice of butter
2 tablespoons of flour (wheat flour or corn flour)
2 shredded garlic
2 tablespoons of chilli powder
1 pinch of turmeric powder
1 tablespoon of Garam masala
1 cup of milk
2 cups of water
1/2 tablespoon of Salt
1 tablespoon of oregano / Italian seasoning (Optional)
1. Soak the rice noodles in half a cup of water for 5 minutes . This will remove the layer of wax(if any) on the noodles and will soften it for easier cooking.
2. Meanwhile, wash the mutton and dice it up into small pieces. Place it in a cooker with half a cup of water and a pinch of salt. Cook it for about 15 minutes in the cooker.
3.While the mutton is cooking, the noodles must be soaked and ready. Drain the water and place it in a vessel with half a cup of water and a pinch of salt. Cook it for 5 to 10 minutes until it is soft and cooked.
4. Let's prepare the white sauce now. Melt the 2 tablespoons of butter in a wide pan with low flame. Add the shredded garlic to it and stir for a few seconds until it releases it's aroma. Add the milk to this mixture a little at a time and let it boil.
5. The noodles should be ready by now. Drain the excess water and set it aside in a bowl. Drizzle it with some melted butter or any oil of your choice to prevent it from getting sticky.
6. Now, add the two tablespoons of flour to the boiling milk mixture and let it thicken until it becomes like a sauce.
7. Add the rice noodles to the white sauce and let the noodles be completely glazed with the sauce. Bring it down to a simmer. Add two eggs to the noodles and switch off the flame. Mix the noodles thoroughly. The egg is added at the end because we do not want the egg to cook completely. The heat from the pan will half cook the eggs even when the flame is put off.
8. The mutton should be ready by now. Take a pan and melt some butter. Add the cooked butter to it until it turns golden brown. Add a pinch of turmeric powder, two tablespoons of chilli powder and one tablespoon of Garam masala to the mutton. Stir fry until it releases it's aroma.
9. Time to plate. Take a bowl and place the cooked rice noodles with white sauce in the bowl. This ensures that the noodles stays hot unlike it does when served on a plate. Place the cooked mutton in the middle and sprinkle some oregano leaves and/or Italian seasoning if you want.
11. Since the salt is already added to the noodles and mutton while cooking, it is not added separately. You can add a little more of it if you wish to. Happy eating ❤️
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