Creative And Exciting Experiments To Make Your Bowl Of Maggi Flavorful

Creative And Exciting Experiments To Make Your Bowl Of Maggi Flavorful

Maggi can be enjoyed in several ways. Thanks to its versatile nature, Maggi noodles can be deep fried, stir-fried, and prepared alongside vegetables, cheese and even chicken to rustle an interesting version of your favorite Maggi.

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Maggi is an all-time favorite snack for kids and adults alike. Coming with a packet of sauce-maker, these noodles can be prepared in minutes and provide you with an appetizing meal that can satisfy your craving for something that has a unique taste. Over the years, the flavor of Maggi noodles, especially the masala variant, has become somewhat of a signature flavor associated with its preparation.

But, even after tasting so good, its natural taste can later, after a little while, become uninteresting or even boring. So, what can you do to make it more flavorful? A few experiments listed below might be your last resort.

Ways To Cook Maggi And Make It Tastier And Flavorful

maggi masala noodles
Maggi Masala Noodles

MAGGI Noodles – Masala, 70 g Pouch

Maggi Masala Noodles has a flavorful blend of spices that compliments the taste of its noodles and can be prepared in minutes.

Here’s a list of interesting ways to make your Maggi even more delicious, and different!

cooked maggi served
There are many ways in which you can experiment and find creative ways to cook Maggi.

How To Make Maggi Differently?

1. Coriander Pesto Maggi

As an Italian sauce, pesto is a worldwide phenomenon made from garlic, basil leaves, pinenuts, and coriander. As this sauce is usually combined with pasta, Maggi could act as a perfect alternative. Pesto’s grassy and mildly spicy flavor complements the nutty taste of the noodles made from refined wheat. This further makes it a ‘must-try’ recipe that you should definitely go for.

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Note: Do not add the taste-maker that comes with the packet.

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Nestle Maggi Fusian Noodles India

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Nestle Maggi Fusian Noodles India

Nestle Maggi Fusian Noodles India

  • An assortment of 3 flavors inspired by Bangkok, Singapore, and Hong Kong, all in one pack
  • The pack contains 12 units, 4 packs each of MAGGI Fusian Singaporean Tangy Pepper Noodles, Bangkok Sweet Chilli Noodles, & Hong Kong Spicy Garlic Noodles

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MAGGI NUTRI-LICIOUS Oats Masala Noodles 

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MAGGI NUTRI-LICIOUS Oats Masala Noodles – (Pack of 4)

A great source of iron and fiber, this 3-minute noodle draws flavors from 20 different herbs and spices and uses approximately 40% Oats flour in the noodles.

MRP: Rs 98*

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2. Chicken Maggi

Yes, we know, there is another variant of Maggi that boasts of being a delightful experience for non-vegetarians, but let’s be honest, it tastes nothing like the original masala Maggi. So is there anything that you can do about it? How about making yourselves masala chicken Maggi? One that has the same unique signature taste of Maggi mixed and is mixed with chunks of spicy chicken, a perfect fix for a desi craving.

3. Maggi Based Omelette

Eating Maggi for breakfast might make you feel sad. No one ever does that. However, making your breakfast with the help of Maggi could be a creative task first thing in the morning!

Maggi omelet is one such breakfast dish that you can’t miss out on. With the addition of eggs, you will not only have a protein-rich breakfast, but its taste too would prove to be one of a kind.

4. Maggi Pakodas

Pakodas and Maggi, surely if these two things combine, there might not be a more favourable snack in your list. Deep-fried, and made with paneer, and flavored with just the right amount of chili powder and salt, the addition of paneer-pakodas to Maggi adds a familiar taste to the mix, which altogether makes for a delicious, appetizing and innovative snack.

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MAGGI Nutri-licious Atta Masala Noodles

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MAGGI Nutri-licious Atta Masala Noodles, 290 g

A great option for a healthy and tasty snacking option that has a better nutritional value and flavor.

MRP: Rs 70*

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5. KFC Style Chicken With Maggi crusts

Fried chicken is a dish that is simple yet flavorful. Covered with a batter made out of refined flour and marinated with a blend of spice that adds flavor to it, fried chicken brings you the wholesome taste of meat that is deep-fried, what else could a non-vegetarian want?

On the other hand, its crust also plays an important part, and that is where you can experiment with Maggi (without adding any of its tastemakers).

6. Spring Rolls Stuffed With Maggi

Spring roll is an East Asian dish unlike any other that the region has to offer. These rolls are usually filled with cabbages and vegetable filling, which in turn have somewhat of a similar noodle-like texture. So, what could go wrong with the addition of Maggi as a stuffing? Nothing, the dish would be even more booming with flavor, for the taste of Maggi can hardly be suppressed by that of vegetables and fried dough.

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Maggi Spicy Yummy

Maggi 2-Minute Special Masala Instant Noodles

Made with a blend of finely ground and whole spices, and herbs, the Maggi 2-Minute Special Masala Instant Noodles has a more spicy and masaaledar Tastemaker sachet inside.

MRP: Rs 180*

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nestle no onion no garlic maggi
Nestle Maggi 2-MIN Masala No Onion And Garlic, Pack of 12

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Made out of choicest roasted spices and quality ingredients, this variant of Maggi 2-Minute Noodles is made without onion or garlic.

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7. Maggi Sandwich

Jammed in the middle of two crunchy toasts, the taste of Maggi blends well with crunchy slices of bread and adds a creamy factor to its crunchiness. Moreover, if you live in a hostel, this might be a perfect snacking option for your Maggi cravings.

8. Along With Baked Cheese And Corn

This one is an unusual yet delicious way of making your Maggi really exciting. Maggi when baked alongside cheese and corn, has a rather western taste that somewhat resembles the original mac and cheese. However, you must take note of the fact that this recipe might not be fit for a health-conscious being. So if you are up for a guilt-free cheesy experience, we’ll say that you should try it out.

Various Maggi Recipes

Now that we have taken a good look at the different unusual ways in which you can use your pack of Maggi noodles, let’s take a look at some improvised forms of recipes that you can use to recreate the flavor of these minute noodles by traditionally preparing them.

9. Vegetable Maggi

As the most traditional recipe for Maggi, the image for this one is also present at the cover of the packet of the masala variant. Loaded with green peas, carrots, and tomatoes, this recipe could, along with being a satisfying and tasty treat, aid in providing you with a healthy dose of vitamins. As Maggi itself is a huge hit with young adults and teens, adding some nutritious food items to the dish might just be good for their health.

classic vegetable maggi
Adding green peas and other vegetables to your bowl of maggi is a fun and interactive way of adding nutrition to your kid’s meal.

10. Egg Maggi

Not to be confused with Maggi based omelet, the preparation for egg Maggi involves the addition of scrambled eggs into a bowl of Maggi. Prepared in a matter of minutes, this recipe includes vegetables such as carrots and peas alongside eggs, making it a smart and flavorful way of adding nutrition to the dish.

scrambled eggs
Adding eggs to your Maggi bowl would definitely help in the increase of its protein content.

11. Spaghetti (Masala)

Spaghetti cooked with the tastemaker that comes along with Maggi’s masala variant would provide you with a mix of Italian and Indian. When stir-fried alongside the flavoring, spaghetti itself absorbs some of its flavors and its nutty taste mixes well enough with the Indianess feel of the masala.

12. South Indian Maggi

A typical example of a fusion dish, this meal is prepared with the help of ingredients such as curry leaves, mustard seeds, and red chilies, all of which provide a certain South Indian twist to its spiciness. And in turn, it’s South Indian feel makes it a more likable snack item that is also deeply rooted in the Indian culture of snacking.


Maggi, an economic answer to your cravings, is a hunger-scavenging and tasty option that is ever-more popular than before. Though taking into account its recent banning and then the restarting of its distribution, it is needless to say that Maggi has been a part of the growing up years of so many.

Since the time of our parents, Maggi has provided its consumers with an experience that no other minute-noodle can match up to (your personal opinions might differ).

Frequently Asked Questions

Here we have answered a few interesting FAQs about the popular selling noodles Maggi.

1. Is it safe to eat Maggi?

Anything in excess is bad. It is best to not consume Maggi noodles on a regular basis. Maggi noodles is made of maida or refined flour, it is not good to have it regularly as it is not easily digested. Plus packaged products are high in sodium content. All in all, enjoying maggi noodles onces in a while is great, but one should not make it a habit.

2. What ingredients does Maggi use?

Maggi is made using ingredients including refined flour, palm oil, calcium carbonate, wheat gluten, salt, etc. The maggi masala tastemaker contains sugar, mixed spices, edible vegetable oil, edible starch, acidifying agent, flavor enhancer, color and raising agent.

3. Is Maggi Indian?

No, Maggi is not Indian. It was first originated in Switzerland in the late 19th century, as per Wikipedia. It was in the year 1947 when Nestle acquired the Maggi company.

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