Easy to fix spaghetti with baby corns, bell peppers and mushrooms


10 min


20 min

I loooove Italian food! Well… who doesn’t?!!!

I have always noticed myself to be in a more elated state when I have plan to cook something Italian. I was in a real cheerful mood today and wanted to make an express meal for my family.
I was looking for stuffs in my pantry and was simultaneously humming “Pyar tunne kya kiya” song . I found spaghetti, very little left-over mushrooms, baby corns and bell peppers.My mom tossed her way from the living room hearing my voice at an usual time. I hardly noticed her around and kept singing the song, fantasizing my own “Fardeen = S factor”. (wink)
God!! are you cooking something NOW!!!!?” asked my mom with a magazine in hand and her bifocal clinging between-life-to-death state on the edge of her nose.
“Yeeeees, some spaghetti” I replied.
She frowned a bit and said “I have left over rice and vegetable curry from today’s lunch and why don’t you plan and tell me things before hand”.She started with her usual rounds of complaints about me not enjoying her food these days. I tried my hands on cracking really silly jokes. Unable to stand my non-stop rambling, my mom uttered her usual statement “Anyways you will not listen to me” and headed back to her chair.

Yipppee!! I did succeed in making her leave the kitchen by convincing that I would make a “pseudo-fried rice” next day with the left over Indian rice and curry.

and now about my post for today: It is a simple spaghetti prepared with even more simple veggies. Sometimes even a simplest meal can make a satisfy our complicated palate.

  • 1 large bowl cooked Spaghetti
  • 1 yellow/ red bell peppers
  • 1/2 cup any mushroom (finely chopped)
  • 5-6 baby corns cut into roundels
  • 1 large onions (thin long slices)
  • 10-12 garlic (finely chopped)
  • 1-2 tsp sugar
  • 2-3tsp pound black peppers
  • 1tbs soya sauce
  • 1tbs sesame oil
  • Salt to taste

Cook the spaghetti as per the instruction on the packet. Run them through cold water and keep aside in a bowl.

Heat the oil in a wok. Cook the garlic and onion slices for 3-4min on medium heat. Add the sugar and caramelize the onion-garlic mix.

Add the baby corns, bell peppers and mushroom. Cook them on high heat for 5min. Pour in the soya sauce and simmer for a further 5min. Add the spaghetti to the wok and mix them all well.
Add salt and pound black peppers to taste.

I thank all my sweet bloggers for sharing those lovely awards with me.
Special thanks to Ramya for writing such kind words about me in her blog (hugs) and thanks for her “
360’c Foodie Award”

Purva had passed me the “360’c Foodie Award” ,”Great buddy Award” & “Hard working food blogger award”. Thanks girlie! πŸ™‚

Thanks Viki for this “Great buddy award”. Thanks a bunch.

Thanks Gita for “Great buddy award” and “Kreative blogger award”.

7 Things I Say More Often : Oh my God!, 1sec, achaa, Gosh, Shit, Fine, Wow.

7 Things I Did Before : My gym, my dance classes, catching up with friends, regular outings with cousins.
7 Things I do now : Cooking, blogging, shopping, chatting with S, reading, painting, watching movies.
7 Things I Want to do : Go on a vacation, learn vegetable carving, read more books, long drive, spend more time with S :-), learn Kathak, wanna write a cook book someday πŸ™‚
7 Things That Attract Me About Opposite Sex : “Intelligence, Humour, Well groomed, Supportive & Understanding, Height, Smartness, Sensibility” – All = S (smiles)

7 Favourite Foods : Dahi papadi chat, Mushroom lasagne, Chicken satay, Tandoori chicken, Luxury dark chocolate pudding, Rasam, Kachori.


I would like to pass the “Coolest bog award” to
Ramya,Viki,Malar,Purva,Gita, Neema, Yasmeen, Mahima, Sowmya, Sujatha, Vibhaas.


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  1. spaggetti looks yumm..nice recipe..got some beehoon am going to do it almost your way..
    thanks for the award..congrats to you too..

  2. Nice to know about u dear.with all those talents… I m sure ur S is a lucky person to get u:)
    May all ur dreams come true soon dear.

  3. Congrats on all your awards and thanks for thinking of me πŸ™‚ I can’t stop laughing at the ‘anyways you wont listen to me’..for a second i thought it was my blog πŸ˜‰ My mom has the same complaint! Asian style spaghetti looks absolutely yum!

  4. I like Chinese too, an Asian style spaghetti sounds delicious.
    Congrats on your awards and sharing one with me:)
    It was good to know little more about you.Hope you get to spend more time with S:)

  5. Hello Vij ! Thanks for stopping by at my blog πŸ™‚ always love to hear from fellow bloggers ! You have a very nice site too…Will try out some of your veggie dishes πŸ™‚

  6. Congrats on all your awards and am happy that you liked the 360 Degree Foodie Award… About the Spaghetti, they look solorful, how do you getta present such colorful tempting dishes? Nice one Vij…

  7. Asian Style Spaghetti looks really tempting….
    Congrats on all ur awards, you deserve it gal….
    Thanks for sharing it with me….It was nice knowing more about u…

  8. Spaghetti looks great! congratulations on all the well deserved awards & good to know more about you πŸ™‚

  9. I love spaghetti with tomato sauce, especially the one is home made. My kids love them with mince. I think it’s a winner in the family for a quick meal hehehe

  10. Dear Vij…thanks for stopping by at Escapades and the lovely words…. i truly appreciate it….. nice blog….am going off to explore some more!!

  11. that looks soo yummy . spaghetti is a fave with me .. i love all those veggies out there .. makes a hearty meal

  12. spaghetti looks delicious and healthy.. I love chinese recipes too πŸ™‚ Congrats on your awards!

  13. That’s a nice twist to spaghetti and it looks so inviting. Good to read your meme too.

  14. Congratulations on your awards :). Your dish sounds so fun and unique! I’d like to include it on our blog, please let me know if you’re interested.

    Sophie, Key Ingredient Chief Blogger

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