...One of the simplest snacks ever that simply oozes with delightful melted cheeses. The noodles would sometimes go unnoticeable and once even mistaken for macaroni! If you're not into Maggi mee, perhaps other dried noodles can be used (never tried this though). I bought the packet with no seasoning included because I would rather use my own curry powder and seasoning. Your choice though.
This recipe is just enough for 4 hungry kids. Boil 2 pieces of Maggi and toss it. Meanwhile, in a hot pan, using a little bit of oil, stir fry 1 chopped red onion, 1 crushed garlic, 1 chopped red chili, a tablespoon of curry powder. When the mixture is fragrant, add a teaspoon of chicken stock and remove from heat. In a large bowl, beat 4 eggs, some salt and add the stir-fried mixture and Maggi into it. You can also add some mix vege or sliced button mushroom.
Heat a pan with some oil or butter and fry all to get a thick piece or make 2 pieces if you wish. I like mine thick fried over low heat and covered with lid so that it is cooked evenly. Overturning the piece may require some skill and confidence but as long the bottom side is well-cooked then it is sturdy enough to sit on a spatula while it is being flipped.
Just before serving, drizzle some chili sauce and you'll have a wonderful smell and sight on a plate.