New Maggi Masala Oats: #FirstImpressions
Maggi’s New Masala Oats is ‘masaledaar’ indeed. Maggi Masala Oats noodles are made using approximately 40% Oats flour and use a mix of 20 herbs and spices.
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Everyone has a particular memory that they share with Maggi. Whether it’s a rainy day or a night at the hostel, Maggi has always come to the rescue of those in need. But, if there is something that it lacked (let’s be honest) is take on one’s health. However, the new Maggi masala oats claim to bridge that gap. Made from a blend of oat flour and filled with different kinds of herbs and spices, Maggi Masala Oats aims to provide its consumers with the great dosage of nutrition.
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Quick Facts About the New Maggi Masala Oats
- It is made from oat flour.
- It contains the goodness of 20 different herbs and spices.
- A rich source of iron as well as fiber.
- Each pack can provide about 323 Kcal, which is about 16% of its daily requirement.
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*
*price at the time of review
#FirstImpressions Of New Maggi Masala Oats
Maggi’s New Masala Oats is ‘masaledaar’ indeed. It’s quite tasty and has the same magical quality as Maggi where you keep wanting to have one more bite. However, those amongst the tasting group, who have literally grown up eating regular Maggi, did think that the Masala Oats variant does not taste as good as the ‘original’. The classic 2-minute Maggi masala noodles remain superior. This, in fact, remains true for most new flavors and variants of Maggi that are introduced frequently. While the classic one will never go away, new flavors do help generate interest and a buzz around a legacy brand such as Maggi.
Maggi Masala Oats noodles are made using approximately 40% Oats flour and use a mix of 20 herbs and spices. This is probably what gives the noodles a slight brownish hue. It is most definitely worth a try, and those who need a healthier Maggi could opt for this.
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