Rice cooker Noodles and grilled noodles paratha

I always wanted to post a noodle recipe as it is one of the easiest to cook in rice cooker. This recipe is an easy one inspired by the Baked Indo-Chinese samosa that my blogger friend Sushma had posted in her blog "authentic food delights.blogspot.com". If you love munching easy to make tasty snacks you will surely love her blog.
You can eat the stir fried noodles or use it to make samosa or paratha.
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 I will be blogging in my other blog 'same veggie many ways'.
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1 packet noodles for stir fry or 1/2 packet for paratha filling
2 cups of finely chopped carrot, capsicum and cabbage of any color ( you get ready cut vegetables)
1 onion sliced lengthwise
Few sprigs of coriander or spring onions (optional)
5 cloves of garlic or 1 tsp garlic paste or 1/2 tsp garlic pd
2 tsp tomato ketchup
1 tsp of chilli sauce and soy sauce each
1/2 tsp each salt and pepper
you can add scrambled eggs, defrosted prawns too
For  the dough-
1 cup flour
2 tsp oil
3/4 tsp salt
1/2 cup warm water in which noodles were boiled

Electric rice cooker to stir-fry noodles
Toaster- grill to make paratha

For the stir-fried noodles-
Heat water in electric rice cooker and put 1 small packet of noodles (hakka, maggi or ramen).
Boil noodles for 3-5 mins, stir the noodles with a wooden or plastic fork and separate the strands while cooking.
Pour the noodles into a colander and drain the water. Do not throw this water. You can use it to knead the dough. Chop the noodles into bits with a scissor.
Wipe the cooker pan with a paper towel. Put 1 tbsp oil, chopped garlic or garlic paste, chopped onions  in the rice cooker. Press the 'cook' button and cover and cook till onion for 3 mins. Add chopped carrots, capsicum (bell pepper), cabbage and stir for 2 mins. Add  tomato ketchup, chilli sauce, soy sauce, white / black pepper corn pd, garlic pd and salt. Mix well. Add noodles (if using as a filling use half packet). Remove this into a plate.
You can eat this or use this as a filling in the paratha or samosa.

For the paratha or samosa dough-
Take  flour (all purpose flour or maida- or you could replace flour by half cup whole wheat flour) in a bowl add oil, salt. Mix these together with your finger tips. Add warm water in which you had boiled noodles. Knead into a dough. Shape into 4-5 lemon sized rounds and keep it covered. (it will dry out if you do not cover it).

For paratha-
Heat the grill or a non-stick griddle.
Roll the dough into a round or oblong using a little flour. Place 2 tbsp of the noodle filling on one half of the round and cover it with the other half. Press the edges and slowly pat the paratha with your palms to enlarge it.
Put little oil on the grill and place the paratha, cover and cook till it is slightly golden.
Turn the paratha to other side and cook again.

For samosa- Deep fry the above noodle filled dough on both sides.

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