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Indomie Noodles With 'Ugu' Leaf by otuwe(f): 6:56pm On May 14, 2007
Have you tried Indomie with Ugu leaf? Just slice and add to the steaming Indomie. Very delicious
Re: Indomie Noodles With 'Ugu' Leaf by rowlandwhy: 2:11pm On May 15, 2007
Some people dare eat rubbish
Anya ma !!!
Re: Indomie Noodles With 'Ugu' Leaf by otuwe(f): 10:03am On May 16, 2007
just the response i was expecting, in fact the day someone told me that i wanted to puke. how can someone eat that, so disgusting but the girl says its wonderful
Re: Indomie Noodles With 'Ugu' Leaf by dgb4(m): 10:38am On May 16, 2007
My sister do prepare this dish at times
and she said its very tasty
we cant just condemn it like this, lets investigate more about this meal and draw a conclusion,
it might be a good one anyway.

Please u can post ur comments here if u know about this dish.
thanks
Re: Indomie Noodles With 'Ugu' Leaf by yebarbie(f): 4:50pm On Jul 03, 2007
I think its ok. There is nothing wrong with eating pasta and leaf. Its just about sprinkling a little bit on top of the meal not pouring enough to make soup.
Re: Indomie Noodles With 'Ugu' Leaf by Nobody: 6:02pm On Jul 19, 2007
i tried it out the first time i read this post, and really it was tasty.
Re: Indomie Noodles With 'Ugu' Leaf by snazzydawn(f): 5:41pm On Jul 20, 2007
One advantage of noodles is that preparation is not rigid. It depends on your level of creativity. I use everything from ugu leaves to beans, sometimes I cook it or spaghetti like parakpo rice(palm oil rice), adding dry fish or fresh fish or anything that catches my fancy.
Re: Indomie Noodles With 'Ugu' Leaf by rowlandwhy: 8:19am On Jul 23, 2007
OlowoTee:

i tried it out the first time i read this post, and really it was tasty.

Olowu,
Really?
Re: Indomie Noodles With 'Ugu' Leaf by Nobody: 9:43am On Jul 23, 2007
rowlandwhy:

Olowu,
Really?

Yes I did.

it was delicious to me. Maybe cos i enjoy taking the vegetable (Ugwu grin)
Re: Indomie Noodles With 'Ugu' Leaf by rowlandwhy: 4:30pm On Jul 30, 2007
OlowoTee:

Maybe because i enjoy taking the vegetable (Ugwu grin)
It is ugu , not "Ugwu" grin grin grin
Re: Indomie Noodles With 'Ugu' Leaf by Nobody: 6:16pm On Jul 30, 2007
oops, thanks for that, i used to call it Ugwu.
Ok UGU! grin
Re: Indomie Noodles With 'Ugu' Leaf by luisita: 9:22pm On Jul 30, 2007
please, what is ugu?
Re: Indomie Noodles With 'Ugu' Leaf by rowlandwhy: 8:18am On Jul 31, 2007
luisita:

please, what is ugu?
ugu is the igbo name for vegetable (pumpkin)
Re: Indomie Noodles With 'Ugu' Leaf by ToyinOj(m): 9:24am On Jul 31, 2007
WETIN SOME PEOPLE DEY CHOP SEF DEY MY INNER MIND DEY VIBRATE. angry

WHICH KAIN DIRTY CHOP BE THIS. MIGHT AS WELL TRY INDOMIE AND BITTER LEAF sad

BABY, TRY CHOP WETIN BE FOOD ABEG wink
Re: Indomie Noodles With 'Ugu' Leaf by instinct(m): 9:30am On Jul 31, 2007
People can chow rubbish.
Re: Indomie Noodles With 'Ugu' Leaf by Nobody: 10:52am On Jul 31, 2007
instinct:

People can chow rubbish.

Not until you've tried it. wink
Moreso, A man's meal could be another man's poison. You can't blame those that enjoyed it. lipsrsealed
Re: Indomie Noodles With 'Ugu' Leaf by diyobdw(f): 12:02pm On Jul 31, 2007
This is my best style when making indomie.

I also dice in some pepper, onions and dried fish, and let it have a bit of water in it.
now this is making hungry, cheesy

It is no rubbish Ugu is known to be very healthy (helps the blood cell) and pasta is another interesting nourishment.
Just be creative and treat your stomach to a nice combo of both.
Re: Indomie Noodles With 'Ugu' Leaf by Caradona(f): 12:21pm On Jul 31, 2007
@ TOPIC

OMG, who wants to eat prison food.
I mean thats like punishment food when your spouse has kicked you out of the house and wants you to get lost.
Thats the type of food you eat.
Re: Indomie Noodles With 'Ugu' Leaf by desorlah(f): 12:35pm On Jul 31, 2007
Never tried that, i'm going to try that today. I'm sure it will be delicious.
Re: Indomie Noodles With 'Ugu' Leaf by Ralvy(m): 1:01pm On Jul 31, 2007
@Otuwe
I've tried it and its 1drful, I sliced boiled egss round the meal, it was 1 tu remember,

@all,
If u think this is disgusting, then ur missing, I mean rily MISSING
Re: Indomie Noodles With 'Ugu' Leaf by diyobdw(f): 1:48pm On Jul 31, 2007
@Ralvy- they dont know what the are really missing
Re: Indomie Noodles With 'Ugu' Leaf by Ralvy(m): 1:55pm On Jul 31, 2007
diyobdw:

@Ralvy- they don't know what the are really missing

Abi, lol*
So u'v tried it too
Re: Indomie Noodles With 'Ugu' Leaf by mishoo(m): 2:10pm On Jul 31, 2007
ok guys.
I'll try it this week and i hope to God it's as good as you people are saying !!! wink wink wink
Re: Indomie Noodles With 'Ugu' Leaf by rowlandwhy: 2:14pm On Jul 31, 2007
Ralvy:

@Otuwe
I've tried it and its 1drful, I sliced boiled egss round the meal, it was 1 tu remember,

@all,
If u think this is disgusting, then your missing, I mean rily MISSING

You are so good in cooking
Keep it up!
Re: Indomie Noodles With 'Ugu' Leaf by narcissus(m): 4:30pm On Jul 31, 2007
I love to cook but I often get home very late from work so I eat noodles for dinner at least 4 times a week. And I eat it with anything: UGU, SHOKO, BEANS, EGGS, SWEET CORN, CRAYFISH and always plenty plenty pepper  tongue,  anything I can imagine while attending one of those boring meetings that last till forever. And it's always fantastic. Do You know what I imagined for tonight; Indomie, Ugu and diced goat meat. HMMMMMMMM,

@diyobdw
Will You MARRY Me?

@olowotee
Iwo Nko? Se wa fe mi?
Re: Indomie Noodles With 'Ugu' Leaf by seun001(m): 5:46pm On Jul 31, 2007
diyobdw:

This is my best style when making indomie.

I also dice in some pepper, onions and dried fish, and let it have a bit of water in it.
now this is making hungry, cheesy

It is no rubbish Ugu is known to be very healthy (helps the blood cell) and pasta is another interesting nourishment.
Just be creative and treat your stomach to a nice combo of both.

yeah,hw abt some scrambled eggs.my dear u did be wishing for more.personally,eating indo mie alone gets me tired of it in no time but all these additions,becha licking ur mouth now.
Re: Indomie Noodles With 'Ugu' Leaf by monstah(m): 6:25pm On Jul 31, 2007
una just dey talk


try indomie+coconut

indomie+akara

indomie+porridge

and best of all inomie+custard! wink
Re: Indomie Noodles With 'Ugu' Leaf by Ralvy(m): 7:29pm On Jul 31, 2007
rowlandwhy:

You are so good in cooking
Keep it up!

Have u tested my food, Lol, thnx anywaiz
Re: Indomie Noodles With 'Ugu' Leaf by rowlandwhy: 7:38pm On Jul 31, 2007
Ralvy:

Have u tested my food, Lol, thnx anywaiz
wish to taste it one day just that i live in PH grin
Re: Indomie Noodles With 'Ugu' Leaf by mishoo(m): 7:44pm On Jul 31, 2007
He will DHL it and you will microwave it the second day.
SIMPLE !!
Re: Indomie Noodles With 'Ugu' Leaf by mishoo(m): 7:46pm On Jul 31, 2007
Ralvy:

Have u tested my food, Lol, thnx anywaiz
Are you blushing already??
Re: Indomie Noodles With 'Ugu' Leaf by largie(f): 9:11pm On Jul 31, 2007
there is absolutely nothing wrong with the menu.The fact is that we so much like junk food that healthy food seem out of place to us.I'll prefer to. grin call this "iron fortifed noodles" how about that grin

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