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There's mee goreng, beehoon goreng, maggi goreng but prata goreng? It must be a unique creation by Springleaf. I love how they come up with interesting creations to spice up the traditional Indian food that we know.

Prata goreng is literally just swapping your noodles for prata. The other ingredients that come along remain the same; such as vegetables, egg, chili, and even the cucumber slice with chili sauce on top. It's definitely more filling than a noodle version, because of all the large pieces of prata hidden. I would think that the prata did not absorb the flavour enough. One thing to note though is that this dish should be enjoyed when hot because when it turns cold, it just felt like eating pieces of dough with oil. The spiciness was manageable. Kinda wondered how many pieces of prata made up this dish.