Monday, 7 November 2011

Bird Nest (Noodles Fritters)

I found this recipe from Santi’s Kitchen.Last week I had some leftover noodles from previous day & thought of trying this recipe for tea time. The taste was good & it was easy to prepare too.

Here is my recipe.

Ingredients (for 6 fritters)
1 small packet of cooked noodles (or leftover cooked noodles)
1 egg beaten
Salt, pepper & chili powder to taste
Some vegetable or cooked peas to garnish

Preheat oven to 400 F degrees
Beat egg with chili powder, salt & pepper.

Mix cooked noodles & beaten egg together.
Grease a cupcake pan.
Fill cupcake pan with noodles mixture as shown.

Bake in oven for about 25minutes.

Remove all baked fritters on a wire rack.

Garnish with some vegetables.

As I prepared this with some leftover noodles,& also we are spicy lovers,I garnished it with some capcicum.I suggest any kind of cooked peas would be better & will give the idea of a bird nest.

This is so easy to make & good for tea time.
Serve & enjoy!!

Shared with  Bake Fest

Shared with  Melt in your Mouth Monday #38, Tempt my Tummy Tuesday,Fusion Fridays,  
Shared with  Tasty on a Thursday
shared with Food Adventures-Friday

shared with Penny Pinching Party
Linking with Frugal Food Thursday


  1. Yum Yum Noodles nest.Dne and presented Perfectly.Luv it

  2. So cute and attractive noodles fritters..

  3. Cute and it

  4. An ingenious recipe ~ kids will love it!

  5. This looks really good..Mouthwatering dear..Thanks for the recipe .will try soon..

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  6. looks so yummy and cute :)

  7. I recently made potato nests in a similar way .. looks yummy and thx for linking to the event.

    Event: Bake Fest
    Event: Dish it Out - Soy and Tomatoes

  8. Great idea for leftover noodles! I'm thinking the birds nests would a make wonderful addition to fun lunches like Bentos or Muffin Tin Meals... I'm inspired...

  9. Thanks a lot for all these nice comments...

  10. Hi, just found your blog on "What's Cooking Wednesday" and am now a new follower!

    I also have a blog with my recipes and would love for you to check it out and follow back :)


  11. Those are adorable and I bet they taste yummy! My kids might even eat these! :-) I am a new follower from Teaching Good Eaters. Vicky from Mess For Less

  12. Easy and interesting goes on my 'to try' list. Thanks for sharing!

  13. Interesting & fabulous looking recipe!!!


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