1. Fried Maggi • Boil Maggi and strain the excess water.
• Take a Kadhai/Pan, put it on the flame and add some oil to it.
• Once the oil is heated, add jeera (cumin seeds).
• Now add the strained Maggi to pan and stir well otherwise it might stick to the sides of the pan.
• Add the tastemaker / other spices of your choice.
• (optional) Chop some onions and tomatoes, Add them once you turn off the flame and mix everything well. Since it’s winter season, you can add some fresh peas as well.
2. Maggi Cutlets
• Boil Maggi along with the tastemaker provided.
• Transfer it into a bowl and let it cool for a few minutes.
• Now add grated vegetables of your choice. (Carrots, Cabbages, etc)
• Add 3 tablespoons of cornflour.
• Separate the mixture into equal portions and shape them like cutlets.
• Heat some oil in a pan.
• Fry the cutlets in low flame until they turn golden brown.
Enjoy them with ketchup or homemade chutney!
3. Maggi Sandwich
Sandwich and Maggi, The two most popular breakfasts in India! Here’s a fusion of both of them –
• Take 2 pieces of bread.
• Place some grated cheese, carrots, onions on both the pieces.
• Now place some boiled Maggi (cooked along with tastemaker) on one of the pieces.
• Put the other bread piece on top of it.
4. Maggi Tikki
You’ve had enough of Aloo tikki, it’s time to try something new!
• Take boiled maggi, potatoes, cabbage, carrots and beetroot in a bowl. Mash them well.
• Add Chaat masala, tastemaker, salt and other spices of your choice.
• Take the mixture and shape them like tikkis.
• Coat tikkis in bread crumbs. You have to do this step properly, otherwise all your effort will go in vain.
• Fry them until they turn golden brown.
5. Maggi Salad
Did your kids refuse to eat salad again? Why not add their favourite Maggi Noodles to it?!
• Make salad like you would usually do, with cucumber, carrot, cabbage, onions etc.
• Take some Maggi (raw) in a bowl and break it to small pieces.
• Mix the Maggi with salad.
• (optional) Add boiled Raajma (kidney beans)
• Add salt, tastemaker and other spices of your choice just before serving the salad. (I’d love to add some lemon too)
Don’t eat this often, raw Maggi is bad for the stomach! 😛
6. Maggi stuffed rolls
• Take a tortilla (even a stale roti would do!)
• Spread tomato ketchup on it. (Or any of your favourite spread)
• Add chopped onions, cucumbers, carrots, beetroot, cabbage etc in the middle of the tortilla.
• Now add Cooked Maggi, spread it evenly and fold the tortilla
7. Maggi Bhel
I don’t like Popcorns,
• Crush raw Maggi into small pieces.
• Dry roast it in a pan until it changes colour.
• Finely chop tomatoes, onions, corriander leaves. Mix all of them in a bowl, along with roasted Maggi.
• Add tomato ketchup, chilly sauce, tastemaker and mix everything well.
Share your ways to cook maggi in the comments below!
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