We can say this with confidence that India adores its Indian-Chinese fare and now it has become an intrinsic part of our own culinary culture. We can easily find the fusion of these two cuisines across any bustling street of India. Noodles, being the popular option, has a massive fan-base of its own. There is no denying, that this dish is just right for our palate that is always craving for bursting flavours of spices and herbs.

Noodles sometimes are also colloquially referred to as 'Chowmein' in India. Many of us still can't tell them the difference. As it turns out, Chowmien are made out of noodles, but all noodles need not be chowmein. They can, in fact, be prepared in several ways. Thus, we bring you the recipe of dragon noodles that are extra spicy and creamy and can be made with bare minimum ingredients. It will surely amaze you with its sapid piquancy and effortless cooking. Here’s the recipe.

Ingredients:

• 4 oz linguine noodles

• 3-4 cups water

• 2 eggs, whisked

• 1 ½ cup spring onion, finely chopped

• 1 tbsp soy sauce

• 2 tbsp sriracha rooster sauce or chili garlic sauce

• 1 tbsp brown sugar

• ¼ tsp red pepper or red chilli powder

• 4 tbsp butter

• Handful fresh cilantro, finely chopped

Preparations:

1. In a large skillet boil water over high flame. Once the water reaches a full boil, add the noodles and let it boil for 5-7 mins more or until they become tender in texture.

2. Meanwhile, in a small bowl, add brown sugar, soy sauce, and sriracha. Give it a good stir and keep it aside.

3. Now heat butter in a non-stick pan over medium-low flame, when the butter melts, lower the flame, and add red pepper, spring onion and whisked eggs. Stir it for sometime until eggs are cooked.

4. Gently start adding the drained and strained noodles into the egg mixture. Now add the prepared sauces and mix all of them together. Let it cook for a minute more. Turn off the flame.

That’s it your dragon noodles are ready to be slurped!