Maggi’s 2-Minute Noodles Without Onion And Garlic: #FirstImpressions
Maggi has come with a new variant that aims at making it an acceptable snacking option even for those who avoid eating onion and garlic. Here is our first impression of this newly introduced instant noodle variant.
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Nestlé Maggi noodles have more variants than you can imagine. And if those weren’t enough, more flavors keep getting launched now and then. A variant that is quite popular these days is the one with No Onion and No Garlic. Yes! Such a Maggi variant does exist! Many people who chose to avoid onion and garlic during a certain part of the year, opt for this variant. What does it taste like? We find out.
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Quick Facts About Maggi’s 2-Minute Noodles Without Onion And Garlic
*as per information on the pack
- These noodles are 100% vegetarian.
- It comes with a tastemaker and can be prepared in just a few minutes.
- The tastemaker consists of roasted spices and quality ingredients.
- It contains permitted natural color.
- It may contain milk solids, mustard, and soya.
- Best before nine months of manufacturing.
Made out of choicest roasted spices and quality ingredients, this variant of Maggi 2-Minute Noodles is made without onion or garlic.
MRP: Rs 15*
*Price at the time of review
#FirstImpressions Of Maggi’s 2-Minute Noodles Without Onion And Garlic
It’s not your regular Masala Maggi but tastes perfectly alright. For those who are avoiding eating onion and garlic during a specific part of the year (like Navratri), Maggi’s 2-Minute Noodles Without Onion And Garlic is a good alternative.
In terms of spice levels, Maggi’s 2-Minute Noodles Without Onion And Garlic is a notch below, meaning it is not as ‘masaledar’ as the standard Masala Magic Maggi, but it is quite tasty nonetheless. Maggi-lovers will recognize the instant noodle flavor they are familiar with, albeit a little less concentrated.